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Lincoln County man charged with illegally possessing firearm

A Lincoln County man is charged with being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm after attempting to pawn a shotgun, according to police.

St. Albans Police Department officers were called to Dean’s Pawn Shop around 4 p.m. on...

Lincoln County man charged with illegally possessing firearm

A Lincoln County man is charged with being a prohibited person in possession of a firearm after attempting to pawn a shotgun, according to police.

St. Albans Police Department officers were called to Dean’s Pawn Shop around 4 p.m. on...

St. Albans man charged with wanton endangerment

A St. Albans man allegedly shot at a house and two cars on Friday morning.

Dakota Zachary Williams, 20, was charged with three counts of wanton endangerment, according to a news release from Kanawha County Sheriff’s Office.

No one...

Arrests for exploitative photos of children increasing

When former Subway spokesman Jared Fogle made national headlines this week when prosecutors announced he intended to plead guilty to possessing child pornography, his case was notable because of his celebrity and wealth, but it wasn’t uncommon....

Lawsuit accuses doctor of Medicaid scheme

The West Virginia Medicaid Fraud Control unit accuses a South Charleston doctor of fraudulently billing Medicaid for two years.

Dr. Mohamad Samah Kalou, of Mountaineer Family Medicine on MacCorkle Avenue, owes the state $273,965, according to a...

Charleston’s black history on display
Charleston’s black history on display

Anna Gilmer and James Randall first outlined Charleston’s rich collection of black history in the West Virginia Beacon Digest, a newspaper geared toward the state’s black population, she said. The two profiled black leaders, businesses...

State school board hires new superintendent for deaf, blind schools
State school board hires new superintendent for deaf, blind schools

The West Virginia Board of Education voted Friday to hire a new superintendent for the state Schools for the Deaf and the Blind.

State education officials said evidence suggests Martin Keller Jr., who will begin leading the Romney schools Sept. ...

Pickleball comes to town
Pickleball comes to town

The first thing that should be noted in any story about pickleball is that no actual pickles are involved in the sport.

Well, to be exact, pickles once did have a role, or rather, a beast by that name did.

So, as pickleball finally makes...

Guthrie won’t seek re-election to House
Guthrie won’t seek re-election to House

One of West Virginia’s most liberal state lawmakers has decided not to seek a sixth term in office.

Delegate Nancy Guthrie, D-Kanawha, said Friday she won’t run for re-election next year in the House of Delegate’s 36th...

Interstate bridge work halfway complete

Repairs and redecking work on the elevated portions of Interstate 64 that run through Charleston are halfway complete.

“Since April, we’ve been making repairs to the eastbound side,” said state Division of Highways...

Wheeling under water conservation advisory

Thousands of people in the Wheeling area remained under a water conservation advisory on Friday, while public health officials wait for results of water samples to determine the extent of contamination from an algae bloom discovered earlier this week...

W.Va. 41 bridge demolition closes section of New River

PRINCE -- The 89-year-old Buford Pugh Memorial Bridge on W.Va. 41 near Prince was blown off its piers and into the New River on Friday, as contractors began the final phase of the historic span’s replacement project.

A new, significantly...

Opposition lines up to W.Va. drug recovery center

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. – Martinsburg residents and businesses have lined up to oppose a planned downtown drug recovery center for men.

Media outlets report more than a dozen people spoke out against the proposed 60-bed facility before a...

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