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POW 50 State Flag Tour Rides Into Richlands

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On Saturday the Town Of Richlands played host to the Inaugural Prisoner's of War, Missing In Action 50 State Flag Tour.

Trump Sticks by NFL Criticism on National Anthem

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President Donald Trump is sticking by his criticism of football players who kneel during the national anthem and is brushing off a rebuke from the commissioner of the National Football League.  

FBI Arrests Georgia Man Accused of Killing Infant Daughter

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Authorities have arrested a Georgia man accused of killing his 3-month-old daughter.     

A Crowd of People Rallied in Beckley to Save Healthcare

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 A crowd of people took to the streets Saturday, September 23rd in Beckley today to rally for Healthcare. A group of people stood outside of Senator Shelley Moore-Capito's office this afternoon in opposition of the Graham-Cassidy Bill. That's a bill that would repeal our current healthcare - the Affordable Care Act.  A vote is expected in the Senate this week. Senator Capito has remained silent on what her vote will be.

Texas Officials Testing Boats Displaced by Harvey

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Federal and state officials have teamed up to recover and test around 300 boats that were displaced, overturned or sunk when Harvey passed through Southeast Texas, causing record floods in its wake.

Soul Singer Charles Bradley Dies at 68

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Powerful soul singer Charles Bradley has died after battling cancer. He was 68. 

The Alzheimer's Association Held Their Annual Fundraiser

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On September 23rd, another community came together today to walk for a cause in Raleigh County. The Alzheimer's Association held their annual fundraiser this morning. People met at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center to raise funds. Participants walked 1.6 miles in hopes to put an end to the disease. Walk Coordinator Nicole Nesmith says this fundraiser is the best way to spread awareness. 

The Rocket Boys Were Back in Town!

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Rocket Boys fans wait for this day every year. The day where they can meet with the Rocket Boys themselves and get a few autographs. But that's not all fans can do, one of the most popular activities is building a rocket and watching it launch into the sky. Director of Operations at the Beckley Exhibition Coal Mine, Leslie Baker says this is a great festival for kids. 

Man Found Unresponsive at Wendy's Drive Through in Welch

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West Virginia State Police report just after 4 p.m. on Friday (9/22) the McDowell County 911 Center received a call regarding an unresponsive man in a car of the drive through at the Wendy's in Welch.

Officials in Puerto Rico Plead for Supplies

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Dozens of anxious mayors are arriving to meet with Puerto Rico's governor to present a long list of things they urgently need after Hurricane Maria devastated the island.   

Police Stage Killing to Snag Suspect in Murder-For-Hire Plot

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Police say a makeup artist helped them stage an Ohio crime scene to make the suspect in a murder-for-hire plot believe his requested target was killed by the would-be hitman, who actually was working with investigators. 

Georgia to Pay $550,000 to Convicted Felon for Amputation

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A diabetic inmate serving a life sentence for murder has won $550,000 from Georgia for a lawsuit alleging he lost his leg because of improper care and neglect by a prison doctor.   

Death Toll Reaches 305 in Central Mexico Quake

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Officials say the death toll from this week's magnitude 7.1 earthquake in central Mexico has climbed to 305.   

Unity Concert This Weekend in Charlottesville

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Charlottesville is gearing up for a concert featuring some big-name acts intended to raise money for charity and promote unity in the aftermath of this summer's white nationalist rallies.     

VA Deputy Shot Overnight

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The Amherst County Sheriff's Office said one of their deputies was shot Friday night (9/23) while conducting a traffic stop. 

NJ Doctor Admits Signing Phony Prescriptions as Part of Scheme

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Federal prosecutors say a New Jersey doctor has admitted signing prescriptions for patients he never saw as part of a scheme that cheated the state's health benefits programs and other insurers out of nearly $25 million.   

CAMC to Eliminate 40 Nurse Practitioner Positions as Part of 300

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Charleston Area Medical Center says that it is eliminating 40 nurse practitioner positions.

Feds tell 21 states they were targeted during election

Feds tell 21 states they were targeted during election

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The federal government on Friday told election officials in 21 states that hackers targeted their systems last year, although in most cases the systems were not breached. The government told The Associated Press last year that more than 20 states were targeted by hackers believed to be Russian agents before the 2016 elections. But for many states, the calls Friday from the Department of Homeland Security were the first official confirmation of whether their states were on the list. ...

President Trump says protesting players in NFL should be fired

President Trump says protesting players in NFL should be fired

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) — President Donald Trump says National Football League owners should fire players who kneel during the national anthem. And he's encouraging spectators to walk out in protest. In an extended riff during a freewheeling rally speech in Alabama Friday night, Trump also bemoaned that football games have become less violent. "They're ruining the game," he complained. Several athletes, including a handful of NFL players, have refused to stand during...

Drug Free All-Stars kick off another season

The Drug Free All-Stars kicked off their 13th season at Montcalm High School. The Drug Free All-Stars kicked off their 13th season at Montcalm High School.
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The Drug Free All-Stars started their 13th season at Montcalm High School on Friday, September 22nd. The All-Stars faced off the Generals for their 390th basketball game.  Montcalm's chapter of Students Against Destructive Decisions helped organize the game. Vice President, Trevor Darago, said this was a way to improve school spirit and promote a drug-free lifestyle. "Especially Montcalm and our area, we've seen the drug epidemic problem happen so it's important for us to ...

Trump Criticizes McCain Over Healthcare Bill

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President Donald Trump is criticizing Sen. John McCain for opposing Republican efforts to repeal and replace former President Barack Obama's health care law.     

Local Women Are Being Taught Self Defense

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Women are learning how to defend themselves.  This Saturday, September 23, at 5 pm at the Judy Bonds Center, women are being taught the basics of self defense. They will learn proper handgun handling and safety, hand to hand defense and how to use pepper spray. Marsha Lesko has been a self defense instructor for many years; and her interest for it started when she was young.  "At the age of 12 I was shot at on my way to school, so my dad kept me working...

Alzheimer's Walk to Pace Awareness, Research Donations

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If you're looking to get a fresh breath of fall air, there's a good cause where you could do just that.  The Alzheimer's Association will host a Walk to End Alzheimer's in Beckley tomorrow morning at 11, with up to 300 people expected to participate.  The walk works to not only promote physical activity, but educate the community about the disease. ""Sometimes people say, 'well, I'd rather not know,'" said Debbie Peyton, event chair of Saturday's walk. "...

Trump Again Lashes Out at North Korea's Kim

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President Donald Trump is lashing out at North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a rally speech in Alabama.    

Man arrested following dumpster explosion in West Virginia

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A West Virginia man is accused of setting off an explosion that shook a nearby police cruiser.

United Way Hosted Annual Fundraiser

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The United Way hosted their annual fundraiser, Dancing With the Stars on Friday September 22nd. This is the 6th year in a row they have held the event. Last year's event raised around $190,000 for the United Way of southern West Virginia. Six couples have been practicing their dance routine all summer long while raising money for the event. The local stars are from five different counties right here in our area. 

Woman's Body Found in Kanawha River Identified

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UPDATE: 9/22/17 @ 7:30 p.m. SOUTH CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) - Our sister station, WOWK-TV reports a body found in the Kanawha River has been identified. 

Virginia sending National Guard troops to US Virgin Island

Virginia's governor has authorized the National Guard to send 120 soldiers to the U.S. Virgin Islands to help in hurricane recovery efforts.

‘Serial groper’ arrested again after allegedly groping 3 women at 2 campuses in Ohio

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The man officials have dubbed the “serial groper” has been arrested after several women accused him of groping them at two college campuses in Ohio.

Tax Relief Proposed for Hurricane Victims

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The head of the House's tax-writing committee is putting forward legislation to give temporary tax relief to victims of hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria.      

LSU Student Died After Night of Drinking

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A police report says a Louisiana State University student who died last week had been found "unresponsive" at a fraternity house after a night of drinking there.     

School Board Asks Court to Dismiss Transgender Teen's Suit

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A Virginia school board has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a transgender teen who sued for the right to use the boys bathroom at his high school.      

WV Couple Sentenced in Death of 3-Yr-Old Son

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A West Virginia couple has been sentenced to life in prison without parole in the death of the woman's 3-year-old son.

70,000 Puerto Ricans Told to Flee Failing Dam

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Puerto Rican authorities are scrambling to evacuate as many as 70,000 people who are downstream of a failing dam.

Mother Fatally Shoots 2 Children Then Herself

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Authorities say a Florida woman fatally shot her two children and then herself.      

Community Baby Shower Held in Raleigh County

Community Baby Shower Community Baby Shower
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People in Beckley came together for not only one babies shower, but for many. The Raleigh County Community Baby Shower was held today at Memorial Baptist Church. The event was hosted by the Raleigh county Community Council and Family Resource Networking. After much time organizing, many churches and local businesses donated money and items. The purpose is to help needy mothers. Diapers, strollers, baby clothing were just a few of the gifts these mothers took home with them. ...

Ohio Man Accused of Sex Act on Dog Charged Under Bestiality Law

An Ohio man accused of performing a sex act on a dog has been charged under a new state law that criminalizes bestiality.

Early Voting on Road Bond Opens Across State

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Early voting for the roads prosperity bond began statewide on September 22, 2017. In Raleigh County, voters can head to the courthouse on weekdays and Saturday from 9 to 5. If approved, the bond would give more than $132 million dollars to Raleigh County to complete 25 road projects.  But officials say voter turnout has been reported to be lower than expected. "It could pick up," said Raleigh County clerk Danny Moore.  "But it's only one thing to vote f...

CAUGHT ON CAMERA: Mother and Stepdaughter Arrested for Road Rage Attack Video included

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Two women in Florida were arrested and face battery charges after a video shows them beating up another driver in a suspected case of road rage. Witnesses in Pasco County, FL, say a mom and her stepdaughter started arguing with another driver, and then walked up to that driver's car and grabbed the driver by the hair and neck. The mother and stepdaughter pulled the driver from her car's open window and started punching her. The victim of the attack was knocked out, and the suspects ...

WVU Tech Hosting Escape Room

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Do you think you can conquer an Escape Room? Well for those of you looking to take on the challenge - one is coming to our area.   WVU Tech is currently preparing their very own escape rooms to open in the upcoming weeks.  The Forensic Investigation Association and Psychology Club at WVU Tech are hosting two different escape rooms. 

Two long standing Beckley Police officers to retire

Capt. Paul Blume and Deputy Chief Jeff McPeake are set to retire from the Beckley Police Dept. the first week of October Capt. Paul Blume and Deputy Chief Jeff McPeake are set to retire from the Beckley Police Dept. the first week of October
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Officials with the Beckley Police Department announced that they are losing two long standing pillars of their department in October.  

Homer Hickam plans to bring observatory to McDowell County

Homer Hickam plans to bring observatory to McDowell County

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While visiting Southern West Virginia for the 20th annual Rocket Boys Festival, Homer Hickam said he is working on bringing a high-tech observatory to McDowell County.

UPDATE: WV EMS crews headed home after helping hurricane victims in Florida

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UPDATE:  West Virginia EMS crews, including Jan Care in Beckley, LEASA in Logan and the Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority arrived in Florida. 

Greenbrier County Sheriff recognized for supporting military employees

Left to Right, Corrina Boggess ( Army Reserve Ambassador for WV), John Miller (ESGR State Chairman), Sheriff Sloan, Master Sergeant Charles Smith and Major General James Hoyer Left to Right, Corrina Boggess ( Army Reserve Ambassador for WV), John Miller (ESGR State Chairman), Sheriff Sloan, Master Sergeant Charles Smith and Major General James Hoyer
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As one member of the West Virginia National Guard returns from deployment and another heads off to Iraq, the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department is honored for supporting employees who serve in the Guard and Reserve. As a part of the West Virginia Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) program, Sheriff Bruce Sloan was honored with an Extraordinary Employer Support Award.  

More charges filed against man accused of setting Beckley woman on fire Video included

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After a day long manhunt, the suspect accused of lighting a woman on fire is in custody. 

Safety tips for kids on the bus

Tips for kids that will make the trip to and from school a little safer while on the bus.

Man trapped in ATM slips notes to customers begging for help

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Police say a man who became trapped inside an ATM slipped notes to customers via the receipt slot pleading for them to help him escape.

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  • Alzheimer's Walk to Pace Awareness, Research Donations

    Alzheimer's Walk to Pace Awareness, Research Donations

    Friday, September 22 2017 8:55 PM EDT2017-09-23 00:55:07 GMT
    If you're looking to get a fresh breath of fall air, there's a good cause where you could do just that.  The Alzheimer's Association will host a Walk to End Alzheimer's in Beckley tomorrow morning at 11, with up to 300 people expected to participate.  The walk works to not only promote physical activity, but educate the community about the disease. ""Sometimes people say, 'well, I'd rather not know,'" said Debbie Peyton, event chair of Saturday's walk. "...
    If you're looking to get a fresh breath of fall air, there's a good cause where you could do just that.  The Alzheimer's Association will host a Walk to End Alzheimer's in Beckley tomorrow morning at 11, with up to 300 people expected to participate.  The walk works to not only promote physical activity, but educate the community about the disease. ""Sometimes people say, 'well, I'd rather not know,'" said Debbie Peyton, event chair of Saturday's walk. "...
  • Early Voting on Road Bond Opens Across State

    Early Voting on Road Bond Opens Across State

    Friday, September 22 2017 6:55 PM EDT2017-09-22 22:55:10 GMT
    Early voting for the roads prosperity bond began statewide on September 22, 2017. In Raleigh County, voters can head to the courthouse on weekdays and Saturday from 9 to 5. If approved, the bond would give more than $132 million dollars to Raleigh County to complete 25 road projects.  But officials say voter turnout has been reported to be lower than expected. "It could pick up," said Raleigh County clerk Danny Moore.  "But it's only one thing to vote f...
    Early voting for the roads prosperity bond began statewide on September 22, 2017. In Raleigh County, voters can head to the courthouse on weekdays and Saturday from 9 to 5. If approved, the bond would give more than $132 million dollars to Raleigh County to complete 25 road projects.  But officials say voter turnout has been reported to be lower than expected. "It could pick up," said Raleigh County clerk Danny Moore.  "But it's only one thing to vote f...
  • Two long standing Beckley Police officers to retire

    Two long standing Beckley Police officers to retire

    Friday, September 22 2017 3:27 PM EDT2017-09-22 19:27:00 GMT
    Capt. Paul Blume and Deputy Chief Jeff McPeake are set to retire from the Beckley Police Dept. the first week of OctoberCapt. Paul Blume and Deputy Chief Jeff McPeake are set to retire from the Beckley Police Dept. the first week of October

    Officials with the Beckley Police Department announced that they are losing two long standing pillars of their department in October.  

    Officials with the Beckley Police Department announced that they are losing two long standing pillars of their department in October.  

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  • Coal Company to Hire Mechanics, Truck Operators

    Coal Company to Hire Mechanics, Truck Operators

    Thursday, September 21 2017 10:25 PM EDT2017-09-22 02:25:09 GMT

    If you are looking for a job and happen to be in Mercer County today, you may have missed a golden opportunity Earlier today (September 21, 2017), Bluestone-Southern Coal took applications and interviewed candidates at Bluefield State College's student life building. They currently looking to hire 25 employees. So far, around 2-3 openings have been filled, leaving 18 available for offroad truck operation and 5 for the mechanic position.

    If you are looking for a job and happen to be in Mercer County today, you may have missed a golden opportunity Earlier today (September 21, 2017), Bluestone-Southern Coal took applications and interviewed candidates at Bluefield State College's student life building. They currently looking to hire 25 employees. So far, around 2-3 openings have been filled, leaving 18 available for offroad truck operation and 5 for the mechanic position.

  • Princeton Fire to Receive Additional Bulletproof Vests

    Princeton Fire to Receive Additional Bulletproof Vests

    Thursday, September 21 2017 9:55 PM EDT2017-09-22 01:55:10 GMT
    Like any fire department, the Princeton Fire Department has had its battles. But there have been times where the mission get too dangerous, prompting them to wear bulletproof vests. "I'd like to hope that we never have to use them," said Princeton firefighter Charlie Croy. "I also would like to hope that we'd never have another fire. But we both know that that's not going to happen." This armor protects firefighters from any foul play that they could encount...
    Like any fire department, the Princeton Fire Department has had its battles. But there have been times where the mission get too dangerous, prompting them to wear bulletproof vests. "I'd like to hope that we never have to use them," said Princeton firefighter Charlie Croy. "I also would like to hope that we'd never have another fire. But we both know that that's not going to happen." This armor protects firefighters from any foul play that they could encount...
  • Safety Driving Tips in Lieu of Fatal Accidents

    Safety Driving Tips in Lieu of Fatal Accidents

    Wednesday, September 13 2017 9:54 PM EDT2017-09-14 01:54:05 GMT
    With the cause of the deadly I-77 crash still under investigation, it still leaves chills for some people, who were on their daily commute on the interstate at the time. "I travel this thing every day, 5 days a week. And there's a lot of people that swerve in and out, and they're not conscious at all," said driver David Price. "We aren't very far from the accident, so we may have missed it by a couple minutes," said semi-truck driver John Reynolds. "The main...
    With the cause of the deadly I-77 crash still under investigation, it still leaves chills for some people, who were on their daily commute on the interstate at the time. "I travel this thing every day, 5 days a week. And there's a lot of people that swerve in and out, and they're not conscious at all," said driver David Price. "We aren't very far from the accident, so we may have missed it by a couple minutes," said semi-truck driver John Reynolds. "The main...
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  • Greenbrier County Sheriff recognized for supporting military employees

    Greenbrier County Sheriff recognized for supporting military employees

    Friday, September 22 2017 11:36 AM EDT2017-09-22 15:36:13 GMT
    Left to Right, Corrina Boggess ( Army Reserve Ambassador for WV), John Miller (ESGR State Chairman), Sheriff Sloan, Master Sergeant Charles Smith and Major General James HoyerLeft to Right, Corrina Boggess ( Army Reserve Ambassador for WV), John Miller (ESGR State Chairman), Sheriff Sloan, Master Sergeant Charles Smith and Major General James Hoyer

    As one member of the West Virginia National Guard returns from deployment and another heads off to Iraq, the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department is honored for supporting employees who serve in the Guard and Reserve. As a part of the West Virginia Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) program, Sheriff Bruce Sloan was honored with an Extraordinary Employer Support Award.  

    As one member of the West Virginia National Guard returns from deployment and another heads off to Iraq, the Greenbrier County Sheriff's Department is honored for supporting employees who serve in the Guard and Reserve. As a part of the West Virginia Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR) program, Sheriff Bruce Sloan was honored with an Extraordinary Employer Support Award.  

  • NEW DETAILS: 77 year old woman dies in Greenbrier County house fire

    NEW DETAILS: 77 year old woman dies in Greenbrier County house fire

    Friday, September 22 2017 10:12 AM EDT2017-09-22 14:12:03 GMT

    Investigators with the West Virginia State Fire Marshal's Office tell 59 News at least one person has died in a house fire in Greenbrier County. 

    Investigators with the West Virginia State Fire Marshal's Office tell 59 News at least one person has died in a house fire in Greenbrier County. 

  • Route 219 reopens following 6 car pile up.

    Route 219 reopens following 6 car pile up.

    Thursday, September 21 2017 5:42 PM EDT2017-09-21 21:42:07 GMT

    Emergency responders are on the scene of a major accident near Lewisburg, WV.  

    Emergency responders are on the scene of a major accident near Lewisburg, WV.  

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  • Deputies looking for suspect who stole car, guns and medication from cancer patient

    UPDATE: Police arrest suspect who stole car, guns and medication from cancer patient

    UPDATE: Police arrest suspect who stole car, guns and medication from cancer patient

    Thursday, September 21 2017 8:55 PM EDT2017-09-22 00:55:15 GMT

    FAYETTE COUNTY, W. Va. (WVNS) -- Fayette County Deputies are looking for a suspect after a homeowner says someone broke into their home and stole several items including their car.  The alleged theft happened at a home on Savannah Lane in Maham sometime Sunday or Monday.  The homeowner, Patricia Vandall, tells 59News she went out of town Sunday afternoon and came home Monday evening to her home ransacked.   Vandall said the thief stole guns, jewelry, money and medica...

    FAYETTE COUNTY, W. Va. (WVNS) -- Fayette County Deputies are looking for a suspect after a homeowner says someone broke into their home and stole several items including their car.  The alleged theft happened at a home on Savannah Lane in Maham sometime Sunday or Monday.  The homeowner, Patricia Vandall, tells 59News she went out of town Sunday afternoon and came home Monday evening to her home ransacked.   Vandall said the thief stole guns, jewelry, money and medica...

  • Robert Kovack's Family speak Out

    Robert Kovack's Family speak Out

    Wednesday, March 15 2017 8:21 AM EDT2017-03-15 12:21:29 GMT

    The family of a missing Virginia Tech student is speaking out after remains that were found under the New River Gorge Bridge proved to be those of Robert Kovack. In a telephone interview the father of the victim said they are happy to have closure and can now move on. Kovack was reported missing back in 1998. Rangers at the National Park Service assisted  with the initial search efforts and the recovery of the body that was found in March of last year. spokeswoman...

    The family of a missing Virginia Tech student is speaking out after remains that were found under the New River Gorge Bridge proved to be those of Robert Kovack. In a telephone interview the father of the victim said they are happy to have closure and can now move on. Kovack was reported missing back in 1998. Rangers at the National Park Service assisted  with the initial search efforts and the recovery of the body that was found in March of last year. spokeswoman...

  • UPDATE: CrimeStoppers increases reward for information on cold case

    UPDATE: CrimeStoppers increases reward for information on cold case

    Tuesday, January 10 2017 5:44 PM EST2017-01-10 22:44:04 GMT

    A person searching for arrowhead in the Kanawha Falls area of West Virginia received a surprise when they found a human skull.  The bones were found during the afternoon on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016.  

    A person searching for arrowhead in the Kanawha Falls area of West Virginia received a surprise when they found a human skull.  The bones were found during the afternoon on Tuesday, Dec. 27, 2016.  

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  • Wear Blue for Bullying Awareness Day

    Wear Blue for Bullying Awareness Day

    Monday, October 3 2016 4:14 PM EDT2016-10-03 20:14:20 GMT
    Oct. 3 is Bullying Awareness Day and people are asked to wear blue to bring attention to the problems which affects communities across the country and around the world.
    Oct. 3 is Bullying Awareness Day and people are asked to wear blue to bring attention to the problems which affects communities across the country and around the world.
  • SLIDESHOW: 2016 State Fair of West Virginia: Traditions You Treasure

    SLIDESHOW: 2016 State Fair of West Virginia: Traditions You Treasure

    Monday, August 15 2016 6:26 PM EDT2016-08-15 22:26:16 GMT
    Check out the pictures of the 2016 State Fair of West Virginia.  These were submitted to us by our viewers.
    Check out the pictures of the 2016 State Fair of West Virginia.  These were submitted to us by our viewers.
  • SLIDESHOW: Thunderstorm in Southern WV on July 8

    SLIDESHOW: Thunderstorm in Southern WV on July 8

    Friday, July 8 2016 5:27 PM EDT2016-07-08 21:27:14 GMT
    Here are pictures sent to us by our viewers of the rain and thunderstorms which left trees downs and thousands without power across southern West Virginia.
    Here are pictures sent to us by our viewers of the rain and thunderstorms which left trees downs and thousands without power across southern West Virginia.

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  • Man Found Unresponsive at Wendy's Drive Through in Welch

    Man Found Unresponsive at Wendy's Drive Through in Welch

    Saturday, September 23 2017 3:33 PM EDT2017-09-23 19:33:46 GMT

    West Virginia State Police report just after 4 p.m. on Friday (9/22) the McDowell County 911 Center received a call regarding an unresponsive man in a car of the drive through at the Wendy's in Welch.

    West Virginia State Police report just after 4 p.m. on Friday (9/22) the McDowell County 911 Center received a call regarding an unresponsive man in a car of the drive through at the Wendy's in Welch.

  • Mother Fatally Shoots 2 Children Then Herself

    Mother Fatally Shoots 2 Children Then Herself

    Friday, September 22 2017 7:05 PM EDT2017-09-22 23:05:53 GMT

    Authorities say a Florida woman fatally shot her two children and then herself.      

    Authorities say a Florida woman fatally shot her two children and then herself.      

  • UPDATE: Man Arrested After Standoff

    UPDATE: Man Arrested After Standoff

    Friday, September 22 2017 2:13 PM EDT2017-09-22 18:13:15 GMT

    Deputies with the Raleigh County Sheriff's Office are on the scene of stand off along North Sandbranch Road.

    Deputies with the Raleigh County Sheriff's Office are on the scene of stand off along North Sandbranch Road.

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