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Charleston Christmas Parade postponed one week
Rainy forecast not the friend of parade.[read more]

Teen’s girlfriend told him to “hurry up and get it over with” before killing 4 family members on video chat
Rebecca Walker testified during the Gavin Smith murder trial in Kanawha County Tuesday.[read more]

Testimony underway in Kanawha County murder trial
Gavin Smith faces four counts of murder.[read more]

Kanawha City resident expresses concern to city council about shootings
James Elam's apartment was shot up Monday morning.[read more]

Kanawha BOE approves contracts at Monday meeting
Pool replacement at Elk Center part of work.[read more]

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Class A All-State Football Team
First team captained by Williamstown's Rickie Allen, James Monroe's Eli Allen. The post Class A All-State Football Team appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Remember Pearl Harbor… and Lt. Jim Downing
Four years ago, Ray Chavez, the oldest U.S. military survivor of the December 7, 1941, attack on Pearl Harbor, passed away at age 106.  His death reminded me of Jim Downing, who at 104 was the second oldest Pearl Harbor survivor. I interviewed the retired Navy Lt. when he came to Morgantown in No...[read more]

Morgantown pulls trigger on police training facility and equipment lease
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – What was once the largest state-of-the-art gun-related facility in the state, is now temporary property of the city of Morgantown by a 4 to 3 vote. Councilors Joe Abu-Ghannam, Bill Kawecki, Dave Harshbarger and Mayor Jenny Selin voted in favor while Deputy Mayor Danielle Trumb...[read more]

Lawmakers hear testimony on efforts to address statewide nursing shortages
Report shows modest increase. The post Lawmakers hear testimony on efforts to address statewide nursing shortages appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Supreme Court upholds murder conviction of motorcycle gang leader
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals upheld the murder conviction of the former president of a local Pagan Motorcycle Club chapter. In the appeal, James Vincent argued his gang affiliation should have been excluded from the lower trial because it unfairly resulted in jud...[read more]