Starting with rain, ending with snow....and in between a lot of nasty weather making for slick roads
Mike Hall says the difference headed into the 2018 session compared to the 2017 session is night and day.
Male victim was an employee of Novus Auto Glass and the female was his girlfriend. Troopers believe he shot her--then turned the gun on himself.
Ag Commissioner wants mechanism to modernized agriculture labs, funding for Warriors to Farmers, and continues to push for control of the Division of Forestry
The St. Albans store, along with the stores in Huntington and Clarksburg, will be shutting down in April.
An organization formed in Logan County suggests hunters should be allowed to use ATV's on public hunting land, other groups promise strong opposition to the idea.
The line from Marshall County to Southeastern Ohio is the first of many the company has in development to get Marcellus Shale gas to market in the eastern United States.
Guarding against frostbite and hypothermia are essential when the temperature hovers near zero. They can come on without notice.
Mother worried after her daughter went to meet a friend Christmas Eve and hasn't been heard from since.
Only Randall McCloy Jr. survived massive explosion.
Worker killed in Friday morning accident when bulldozer travels off high wall.
The buck he called Mile High almost eluded him for another year--until the final hours of the hunting season.
Shawn Fluharty wants the state poised to move when and if the Supreme Court reverses current federal law which forbids states from regulating sports gambling within their borders.
New effort will put all overdose victims in contact with long term help within 72 hours of overdosing in hopes of getting them into a treatment option.
Several fires suspicious, several more could be blamed on heating
David Casteel says recent adventure was bucket list item.
Could be movement in upcoming legislative session.
Montgomery Mayor Greg Ingram says he's committed to combating crime in the city.
Property deal is complete and the state now holds the deed to all 32,000 acres of four southern W.Va. wildlife management areas.
Despite short noticed, the farm where I learned to hunt provided an opportunity I had never enjoyed.