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Arrest Made In Lincoln County Shootings

State Police are identifying the woman who was killed and the man who was wounded.

Lineup Announced For FestivALL Charleston

The 10 day summer festival is scheduled for June 19-28.

Trial Rescheduled In Bar Bouncer Shooting

Charleston men now scheduled to face jury June 1.

Cole Hasn't Decided If He'll Run For Governor

Senate president says he's a few months away.

Chancellor: Education Opportunities Endless With Presidential Debate

Dr. Paul Hill excited about application process.

Two Robberies Reported This Weekend In Charleston

Charleston Police are investigating.

Owners hope sun doesn't set on Calhoun County landmark

Mt. Zion drive-in trying to raise funds to upgrade to digital or face closure after opening in the 1950's. 

Police Captain James Discusses 1-64 Project

Work on Charleston I-64 bridges set to begin next month and go through end of October

Metro News

Lineup announced for FestivALL Charleston

The 10 day summer festival is scheduled for June 19-28.

Our Children, Our Future Campaign preps for next legislative session

Those with the coalition are applauding several moves from the Legislature this year as work begins on new priorities.

Volunteer group is ready to respond to disasters

West Virginia Disaster Corps is trained and ready to respond to any kind of disaster when volunteers are in short supply

Environmental group raises concerns about river drilling

OVEC worries about numerous potential maladies of fracking beneath the Ohio River

Jay Jacobs remembers “Hot Rod” Hundley on MetroNews “Talkline”

Hundley, a WVU standout and longtime NBA broadcaster, died last week at the age of 80.

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