A motion to dismiss a mass grievance filed by more than 270 Division of Highways employees over the division’s alleged failure to implement a new pay schedule mandated by a 2017 law has been rejected by the state Public Employees Grievance Board.
A coalition of environmental groups are challenging a U.S. Fish and Wildlife permit issued to the Mountain Valley Pipeline.
A Putnam County woman was shot to death over the weekend by her husband, who then unsuccessfully tried to kill himself, according to Putnam County Sheriff Steve Deweese.
William Ronald Pulliam pleaded guilty to second-degree murder Monday for his role in the death of 15-year-old James Harvey Means almost three years ago.
BARTLEY — Three people have been charged in the case of a sexually abused teen forced to drink turpentine in an attempt to end her pregnancy.
Police shot and killed a man Thursday morning after a domestic violence incident and short pursuit near Charleston. A woman was wounded during the incident.
WELCH — The FBI is assisting local authorities with an investigation into human remains found on a West Virginia mountain over the summer.
IRONTON, Ohio — Thirty-eight years after being killed and tossed into a cistern to be forgotten, Louise Virginia Peterson Flesher — known for decades as “Belle in the Well” — has finally regained her identity, thanks to evolving forensic science technology and Lawrence County authorities’ ne…
Five members of the West Virginia House of Delegates want Attorney General Patrick Morrisey to reserve funds from a $37 million opioid settlement for substance abuse prevention and treatment.
The family of a man who grew up in Charleston is suing United Airlines less than two years after he died while on a flight from Washington, D.C., to Japan.
HUNTINGTON — A Huntington man accused of sexually assaulting two young women will remain in jail as he fights the charges in court after Cabell County Circuit Court Judge Alfred Ferguson on Friday revoked his probation, a sentence he was serving for battery of another woman.
HUNTINGTON — A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against Marshall University that alleged the school’s mishandling of a Title IX case forced a student to permanently leave the university.
A federal appeals court has pulled another permit issued to the Atlantic Coast Pipeline, saying the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service had fast-tracked the permit, putting threatened species at risk.
A federal grand jury in Ohio has indicted two Southern West Virginia pharmacists and two former executives from a pharmaceutical company — one of the largest pain pill suppliers to Appalachia — on charges of conspiring to distribute controlled substances throughout the region.
SUMMERSVILLE — A Nicholas County magistrate found probable cause Wednesday for criminal charges against former Richwood mayor Bob Henry Baber but not against former Richwood police chief Allen Cogar.