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WV Public Broadcasting Exec Says Layoffs Planned

CHARLESTON–  West Virginia Public Broadcasting’s executive director says 15 employees are expected to be laid off by the end of the month. The Charleston...

Bill to Eliminate Courtesy Patrol Advances to Full House

CHARLESTON– Legislation that would eliminate a state-funded roadside assistance program has been forwarded to the full House of Delegates. The House Finance...

Three Wanted In Raleigh County Break-In

The Raleigh County Sheriff’s Department needs the community’s help identifying three people wanted in connection with a breaking and entering case. The crime...

Raleigh Co. Sheriff looking for three who broke into Maynor home

MAYNOR, WV (WOAY-TV) — The Raleigh County Sheriff’s Office is asking for help identifying these men and woman who were caught on video breaking into a home...

Fayette Co. Sheriff's Office designing monument to fallen officers

FAYETTEVILLE, WV (WOAY-TV) — The Fayette County Sheriff’s Department is in the process of designing and building a new law enforcement officers’...

Nicholas County Board of Education votes to consolidate five schools into two

“The Nicholas county High School, Richwood High School and the VO Technical school close, consolidate them into one high school at the close of 2020 school year...

REP. JENKINS ANNOUNCES MORE THAN $3.9M FOR NICHOLAS CO. SCHOOLS

Nicholas County– U.S. Representative Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) announced today that FEMA has awarded West Virginia more than $3.9 million for design and engineering...

4th Grade Mullens Students Participate In Black History Month

MULLENS– 4th grade students at Mullens Elementary School celebrate Black History Month a little later this year. The 4th grade students had the opportunity to...

Overdoses Continued To Rise Last Year In West Virginia

West Virginia– Fatal drug overdoses in West Virginia continued to rise last year, as it’s overdose death rate still far outpaces any other State. Citing a...

West Virginia teacher fired over disparaging posts

Huntington– A high school teacher in West Virginia has been fired over a series of social media posts that ridiculed blacks, Muslims and former President Barack...

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