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Charleston police use SWAT team in crack cocaine arrest

Charleston police used their SWAT team to make a crack cocaine arrest Thursday morning, according to a release.

Sgt. J.A. Hunt said in the release the SWAT team was used “due to the inherent violence associated with crack cocaine and...

Charleston police use SWAT team in crack cocaine arrest

Charleston police used their SWAT team to make a crack cocaine arrest Thursday morning, according to a release.

Sgt. J.A. Hunt said in the release the SWAT team was used “due to the inherent violence associated with crack cocaine and...

Greenbrier Classic helps lure business to WV, officials say
Greenbrier Classic helps lure business to WV, officials say

The state of West Virginia rents out a private box above the 18th hole of the Old White TPC during the Greenbrier Classic each year.

It’s not all fun and games for the state officials in attendance, though. In fact, billions of dollars of ...

Kanawha Players drop curtain on theater with sale to Coptic church
Kanawha Players drop curtain on theater with sale to Coptic church

The St. Mary and Archangel Gabriel Coptic Orthodox Church of West Virginia has solidified itself as the first church of its kind in the Mountain State with its purchase of the Kanawha Players’ theater. The theater, located...

 Langley leads Greenbrier Classic

Scott Langley shot an 8-under-par 62 Thursday to take the first-round lead in the Greenbrier Classic.

Langley played with Jonathan Byrd, who was tied for second at 63. Both players said they "fed off each other" and their shotmaking...

W.Va. attorney general settles with Nationwide for $5.75M

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has reached a $5.75 million settlement with Nationwide Insurance regarding a discount on certain insurance products for West Virginia Farm Bureau members.

Morrisey announced the...

Glasgow mayor retires, his son takes his place
Glasgow mayor retires, his son takes his place

GLASGOW — Wayne Armstrong has a big pair of shoes to fill. “But I’ve got big feet,” he said laughing.

His father, Charles Armstrong, retired Tuesday after serving as the town of...

Library Renovations (photo)
Library Renovations (photo)

DHHR, Cabell create WV’s first needle-exchange pilot

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — So far in 2015, Cabell County has collectively lost more than 1,000 years of productive life among its citizens at the hands of an epidemic that has swept the entire...

Police release name of suspect in mall purse snatching
Police release name of suspect in mall purse snatching

Charleston police are looking for a man who allegedly pushed a 61-year-old woman and stole her purse at the Charleston Town Center Mall on Tuesday.

Two people looked at images from video surveillance and identified the man as Justin Wilson, 25,...

Justice weighs in on same-sex marriage decision

West Virginia’s three major gubernatorial candidates have now weighed in on the U.S. Superme Court’s decision legalizing same-sex marriage in all 50 states, all saying, at a minimum, that West Virginia must respect the court’s...

Low coal, gas prices cause revenue shortage

Plunging prices for natural gas and coal caused the state to come up $50 million short in revenue collections for the 2014-15 budget year, which ended Tuesday, state Department of Revenue officials said Thursday.

“Ultimately, the...

Chapmanville woman charged in infant daughter’s death

CHAPMANVILLE, W.Va. -- A Chapmanville woman is charged with child neglect resulting in death after she allegedly accidentally suffocated her 1-month-old daughter while high on Xanax.

Angela Gail Adams, 27, fell asleep after taking numerous Xanax ...

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