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Naloxone training classes being held in Beckley

BECKLEY, WV (WOAY) – Upcoming naloxone training classes are being held in Beckley. Learning how to use a naloxone kit could save a loved one’s life....

One Tank Trip to Daniel Vineyards

CRAB ORCHARD, WV (WOAY) -Daniel Vineyards sits on a beautiful mountain in Crab Orchard. They offer locally made wine with a view. “The vineyard has been here for...

Democratic Candidate for Governor Ben Salongo hosts luncheon

OAK HILL, WV (WOAY) – Democratic candidate and Raleigh County native Ben Salongo hosted a luncheon at The Venue in Oak Hill. He discussed his plans and policies...

Accident injures one and blocks road in Beaver

BEAVER, WV (WOAY) – One injured after an accident in Beaver. Raleigh County Dispatch tells WOAY that shortly after 6 pm, an accident involving a vehicle was...

Community Connections kicks off sober driving campaign

PRINCETON, WV (WOAY) – Holiday season also means party season, but it’s important to remember to not get behind the wheel unless you are sober. The “Tie...

Building demolished to make room for farmer’s market on Mercer Street

PRINCETON, WV (WOAY) – Mercer Street in Princeton is one step closer to getting a farmer’s market.  One building, known for its mural of Blind Alfred Reed, was...

Assistant Majority Leader Kessinger issues statement on Horrific DOC class photo

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – House Assistant Majority Leader Kayla Kessinger, R-Fayette, today condemned a photo depicting a state Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation...

WV pol claims legislative immunity in racist sign outburst

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A West Virginia politician claimed Thursday that an obscure state law shields him from criminal charges after his violent outburst over a...

‘Disturbing’ photo leads to suspensions in WV Division of Corrections

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — A photo of West Virginia corrections trainees was so disturbing that some employees have been suspended and the governor has ordered some to...

UPDATE: Mills found guilty of first-degree murder

UPDATE: 12/5/2019 – PRINCETON, WV (WOAY) – A Mercer County woman accused of decapitating a man’s head has been found guilty. The jury found Roena...

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