ArcelorMittal has laid off 58 workers at the company's XMV, Concept, and Extra Energy mines in the Elkhorn Creek and the South Fork of the Big Sandy areas.
U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin annonced that four Freedom Industries executives were indicted by a grand jury, two others were charged in federal informations.
Judge Irene Berger extended the deadline for motions, but did not change the trial date as of yet. She did not rule on other motions including one made by news media asking for a gag order to be lifted.
Anyone can get infected with the virus and you can get it more than once.
A state senate panel looking for ways to improve the economy in the southern coalfields held their fourth and final meeting Tuesday night in Chapmanville.
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The purpose is to provide needed resources that will assist individuals, families and communities in crisis or emergency situations.
The SBA awarded $256,300 dollars to Lincoln County for asbestos abatement and window replacement at two elementary schools.
Copper thieves struck in McDowell County again and disrupted telephone and broadband service for hundreds of people again.
42 year old Jessica Dawn Gray is charged with child neglect resulting in risk of injury, possession of a controlled substance, conspiracy to commit a felony, operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab, and obstructing an officer.
The criminal complaint states 33-year old Daniel Reedy met a teenager during a recruiting event at her high school.
The City of Logan is getting a new police and fire station in addition to the headquarters for both at City Hall. The new satellite station will be located near athe Oakes Shopping Plaza by the Fountain Place Mall.
Elwood Pennington was a starter on the Oceana High School team that ran their way to the Class AA state championship in 1965. He attended Concord College at Athens. He was father of former NFL quarterback and Marshall legend Chad Pennington. He died Monday.
Alpha Natural Resources has reached a settlement with environmental groups over stream pollution from the Elk Run and Alex Energy mountaintop removal mining complexes.
The Logan girl's basketball team is asking for the whole community to come out for the game on Friday night and to wear a black shirt.
Members of the West Virginia Legislature representing southern West Virginia joined together on Monday as they took their oaths of office.
Williamson city employees will receive a 1.5% pay raise across the board. The city council unanimously improved the cost of living raise.
33 year old Edward Joshua Coleman of Hartwell is charged with 20 counts each of forgery, uttering, obtaining money under false pretenses, and fraudulent schemes.
The town of Whitesville in Boone County, West Virginia has won the “Turn This Town Around” competition for small cities.
The man accused of slamming his girlfriend’s 2 year old son into a door frame causing a fatal skull fracture has pleaded guilty to child abuse causing death.
Deputies served a search warrant at the home of 28-year-old Monica Renee Martin in the Cinder Bottom area of Keystone.
The Chapmanville Fire Department is seeking your assistance in bringing the holiday spirit to the less fortunate children in the community.
Click on the headline to get tips on how to avoid getting scammed while Christmas shopping or donating to charity.
Not even a Grinch can shut down one of the biggest attractions to Logan County.
42 year old Ethel Lipscomb and 35 year old Mark Grimmett of Buffalo Creek were arrested for parole violation and are now charged with grand larceny.
Robert “Hank” Starr was sworn in as a member of the Mingo County Board of Education this week.
The West Virginia Board of Ethics has dismissed a complaint against 20th District Delegate Justin Marcum.
Unilin has announced their decision to layoff 47 of their 182 employees at their plant at the Buck Harless Wood Products Industrial Park on 22 Mine Road in Holden.
A Wyoming County judge has ordered a coal operator to replace the water supplies of residents living near one of its mines.
A representative from the West Virginia Attorney General’s Office will conduct mobile office hours in coalfield counties over the next two weeks.
The WESTEST 2 results are in. Ten schools in Logan County have maintained their assessment rating. Two schools have moved up. Five have gone down.
"Operation 119" will crack down on distracted drivers, speeders and those who violate traffic laws.
Former Logan County Assessor Rick Grimmett has pleaded guilty to a federal banking law violation.
The ARTS announced their 2015 season Tuesday.
Hunters killed nearly 37,280 bucks during West Virginia's two-week firearm season. That's down 34 percent from the 56,523 bucks killed in the 2013 season.
An FBI official says the federal background check system set a record for processing Black Friday gun purchases.
Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed a bill raising minimum wages from $7.25 an hour to $8 on Jan. 1.
Soul singer and songwriter John Ellison is one of six musicians who will be inducted into the West Virginia Music Hall of Fame.
A group of public health organizations say West Virginia isn't spending enough money on programs to prevent tobacco use.
Since April, West Virginia has test-run seven boxes of bees on one former surface mine. The state hopes to expand and offer veterans and displaced miners training in beekeeping.
Vicky Browning, Director of Senior Programs at PRIDE Community Services, is retiring after 29 years in her position. Vicky will be passing the torch on to Stephanie Mounts, who became the new Director of Senior Programs in September.
The American Red Cross in West Virginia is seeking the donation of unneeded vehicles that can sold for money to help those in need.
Motorists will get a break on gasoline prices in West Virginia thanks to an annual tax recalculation.
West Virginia PTA is challenging students to come up with healthy recipes. The organization says the goal is to promote healthy habits and to reward students for healthy lifestyles.