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Ashley Cafaro
Ashley Cafaro

Ashley Cafaro has come to southern West Virginia all the way from New York to pursue her career in the mountain state as a journalist. Ashley anchored and reported for her college television station, and is thrilled to be taking her next step in her career as a multimedia journalist at WOAY. Read More

A Possible Law Could Affect Dog Owners

Dog poop at local parks is causing a stink around the city of Beckley. “I have personally seen pet owners not pick up after their animal. It is just disgusting and...

St. Francis Students Experience Solar Eclipse

It was no typical school day for the students at St. Francis De Sales School in Beckley on Monday. Students, faculty, and even parents all came together for a moment...

Fayette County Parents Upset About Schools’ Plan For Solar Eclipse

With Monday just a few days away, school districts are getting their students ready for the first visible solar eclipse in 23 years. However, several school districts...

Nicholas Co. man dies after altercation with deputies

NICHOLAS CO., WV (WOAY-TV) – A local man died Wednesday while in the custody of two Nicholas County Sheriff’s Deputies. According to a news release sent to WOAY from...

Update: NEW Information On Fayette County Police Chase

It was a police chase that ended in an arrest. Twenty-eight year old, Bryan Allen of Mount Hope was arrested on Monday night after roughly a 5 to 10 minute car chase...

Local Panera Bread Launches Delivery This Fall

The words “pick up” are something customers have been hearing for roughly the past four years at Panera Bread in Beckley, West Virginia. However, picking...

WVU Tech. Beckley Students Are Ready For A New Start

A new chapter with a bright future. “The transition so far has been pretty good, we are very pleased with where we are” said, Dean and Professor of WVU...

A McDonald’s Reopens Their Doors After June 2016 Floods

Fast pace and ready to serve!  “We’ve been here since 6 o’clock this morning, waiting for the Big Mac to open up, we are really glad to see it back...

Medical Students Practice Real Life Scenarios

Focused, prepared and ready to save a life, that is exactly what these medical students from all over the nation are. Connor Ludovissy, a fourth year medical student at...

AG Office Takes Action For Reducing Human Trafficking

Human trafficking is a problem across the nation that is becoming bigger everyday, even in our own state. Attorney General, Patrick Morrisey, and his office, are now...