A minor accident Friday morning involving a coal truck and a Logan County school bus tied up traffic in the Stollings area and delayed the start of the school day for some students.
The U.S. 119 Task Force and members of the Logan County Sheriff’s Department made an arrest during a home confinement visit on Thursday.
It was an agenda packed with community projects at Thursday’s meeting of the Logan County Commission.
One resident came to the meeting with a petition with more than 800 signatures calling for the resignation of board members Ron Gregory and Gary McMellon.
A judge says the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection violated the state's Freedom of Information Act when it denied a law firm's request for water pollution data.
The Southern Coalfields Organizing and Revitalizing the Economy initiative, or SCORE, group will meet Wednesday evening. The meeting will take place at the Raleigh County Commission on Aging in Beckley.
Logan County registered voters can vote in room 102 of the Logan County Courthouse.
Mark Hatcher was cleared of battery charges against a police officer. Hatcher was dismissed of assault charges in September.
Unemployment rates fell in all 55 of West Virginia's counties in September. Mingo County is the only county with double digit unemployment.
Bram Stoker Award-winning editor and author, Michael Knost will be conducting three days of free writing workshops for the public.
A circuit judge granted a prosecution motion seeking immunity for 38 year old Linda Ann Combs.
A firearms season for wild boar opens Saturday and runs through November 1st and in Logan, Boone, Wyoming, and Raleigh counties only.
Necco leaders say this year, they are collecting new or gently used coats of all sizes.
Social Security checks will go up by 1.7 percent next year -- about $22 more each month, according to the Social Security Administration.
After sending WARN Notices in August that hundreds of miners could lose their jobs, Boone County-based Coal River Energy has laid off 130 mine workers.
Logan County Deputies are searching for a black male and white female who assualted the owner of Lynn’s Lingerie & More and took over $2000 in cash. Call 304-792-8590 if you have information.
James Cooke, the owner of Auxi Health has been arrested on a charge of felony fraudulent scheme.
43 year old Roy Clinton Richards of Eagles Roost threatened suicide and threatened to shoot any police officer who came to his residence.
Tickets to the WV Toughman Contest at the Logan Fieldhouse go on sale this weekend.
Donald Bailey of Crumpler is charged with first-degree murder, third-degree arson and conspiracy. Troy Justice of Panther is charged with accessory to murder, third-degree arson and conspiracy.
State Police in Mingo County have arrested a man in his 80s after they responded to what was originally reported to be a hostage situation.
63 year old Steve Miller of Madison died when his vehicle went over a 50 foot embankment and was ejected from the vehicle on Rock Creek Road in Foster.
32 year old Katrina Sue Workman of Dingess was driving on Laurel Creek when she lost control of the vehicle and wrecked.
38 year old Cameron Booth of Hewitt Creek is charged with battery, assault, and unlawful restraint.
24 year old Bobbie Jo Crum of Delbarton was arrested after she offered sexual favors to an undercover officer in exchange for $50 dollars.
42 year old Tammy Lynn Pauley of Costa and 19 year old Levi Huggins are charged with child neglect creating risk of injury and delivery of a controlled substance.
Man rises in rankings, Mingo Central and Tug Valley in top 5
The sentencing hearing for former Mountain Laurel Maintenance Manager Gary K. Griffith has been continued until January.
The state’s mine safety director told lawmakers Monday drugs and alcohol are the biggest issues facing his agency.
A U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration news release says 99 percent of about 7,500 coal dust samples were below the new standard.
34 year old Stephen E. Marcum of Kermit allegedly made false statements to obtain or increase unemployment benefits.
Some customers are suing Frontier Communications over its high-speed Internet service. Three customers filed a class-action lawsuit last week in Lincoln County Circuit Court.
A Turkey Creek, Kentucky woman and a Williamson man were brought before a Mingo County Magistrate last week on charges of child neglect creating a risk of injury and other charges.
According to State Police, a white 2014 Chevy Camaro SS was spotted from the Hartland Haul Bridge just before noon by a DOH worker.
Awake and Worship will include musical performances, speakers, and services this Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at the Coalfield Jamboree.
Logan, Lincoln, Boone and Mingo Counties are included.
Governor Earl Ray Tomblin appointed Sabrina L. Deskins to the position in September.
Low income women and those without health insurance are eligible to receive free or reduced mammograms and pap tests through the WV Breast and Cervical Cancer Screening program.
Citizens for Coal is calling for and accepting donations for the Miners Relief Fund. President Roger Horton says they are looking for holiday help for those caught in the switches of the coal industry downturn.
Children will be able to purchase several sets of clothes, a pair of shoes, a winter coat, and a couple of toys while they shop with and bond with county deputies.
During the homecoming game on Friday night, The LHS football team and cheerleaders will be adding some pink to their uniforms to support the cause.
A historic fund-raising campaign for West Virginia University is nearing the $800 million mark.
West Virginia health officials are urging pregnant women to get the flu shot.
West Virginia University has been awarded a five-year, $10.7 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for stroke research.
Marshall University athletics ran a $749,800 deficit in 2013. West Virginia University netted $4.2 million,
A new retrofit, fully functional, carbon capture power plant has come online in Saskatchewan.
A $21 million federal grant will help students in 10 West Virginia counties, including Mingo, Boone, and Wyoming, prepare for college and career training programs.
The West Virginia Regional Jail and Correctional Facility Authority plans to begin offering the four-week Financial Peace University program in November to inmates serving sentences for misdemeanor convictions.
A new study shows Kentucky's bourbon industry is making a bigger splash in the state's economy, nearly doubling its workforce in two years and leading a $3 billion distilling sector primed for another round of expansion.
West Virginia is getting $26 million in federal funding to help low-income families keep warm this winter.