National Weather Service Confirms Weak Tornado In Fayette CountyThe National Weather Service confirmed that a weak tornado moved through parts of Fayette County during Thursday's storms.
New Details Emerging As Investigation Continues Into W. Va. Shooting SpreeState Police in West Virginia continue to work with local police and the sheriff, trying to piece together a timeline and dig deeper into a motive for a shooting spree near Morgantown that left five people dead, including the suspected gunman.
4-Dead In Multiple W. Va. ShootingsState police say four people are dead in three shootings in north-central West Virginia, and the suspect in the shootings took his own life.
Storm Brings Treacherous Road ConditionsIn most areas, officials are calling for people to stay off the roads.
Man Convicted In W. Va. Sheriff Deputy’s Death SentencedThe man found guilty in the death of a West Virginia sheriff’s sergeant was back in court Tuesday.
Man Found Guilty In Murder Of W. Va. Sheriff’s DeputyA jury has convicted the man Jerod A. Green, 36, of Morgantown, W.Va., who was involved in police chase that ended in a crash that claimed the life of Sgt. Michael Todd May last February.
5 Injured In Multi-Vehicle Accident In W. Va.Five people suffered injuries in a multi-vehicle crash Friday evening along Interstate 68 in West Virginia.
Small Plane Crashes Near Sandy Springs Park In W. Va.The Monongalia Sheriff’s Office in West Virginia says a small plane has gone down near Sandy Springs Park.
Law Enforcement Community Bids Farewell To Slain W. Va. Sheriff’s DeputyFamily, friends and the law enforcement community said a final goodbye Friday to the Monongalia County sheriff’s deputy who was killed last weekend in the line of duty.
Community Says Goodbye To Fallen Deputy Sgt. Michael Todd MayA steady procession of family, friends and fellow officers are paying their final respects to Sgt. Michael Todd May who was killed in the line of duty during a police pursuit and crash last weekend.
Monongalia Co. Sheriff, Friend Remember Fallen DeputyMay was supposed to get off at 11 p.m. the night he was killed, but he decided to stay and work a DUI detail.