Fired West Virginia Teacher Loses Lawsuit Over Bigoted PostsA judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by a high school teacher in West Virginia who was fired in 2017 for a series of social media posts.
West Virginia Woman Cleared In False Abduction TrialA West Virginia woman has been cleared of charges that she made up a story about an Egyptian man trying to kidnap her child in a shopping mall.
Trial Begins For Woman In False Abduction CaseThe trial has begun for a West Virginia woman accused of making up a story about an Egyptian man trying to kidnap her child in a shopping mall.
Marshall University Investigates Claims Of Large PartiesMarshall University said Friday it is suspending Greek life at the West Virginia school after allegations of large parties held without masks and social distancing.
U.S. Marshals Arrest Suspect Wanted For A Fatal Shooting In W. Va.Federal and state authorities arrested a man that was wanted for killing two people in a shooting at a bar in West Virginia.
West Virginia Health System Again Enacts No-Visitor PolicyA West Virginia health system has announced it is again banning visitors from its hospitals as community spread of the coronavirus increases in the region.
Workers In W. Va's Second-Largest City To Receive A $1,000 AllowanceCity employees in Huntington will be receiving a $1,000 allowance for added expenses incurred during the pandemic.
2 West Virginia Nurses Die From CoronavirusOfficials say two hospital nurses in West Virginia have died from the coronavirus.
Expelled Student Sentenced To At Least 20 Years After Being Convicted Of Sexual AssaultAn expelled Marshall University student was sentenced to at least 20 years of prison after being convicted of sexually assaulting another student.
West Virginia City Approves Juneteenth Holiday ProposalThe Huntington City Council in West Virginia on Wednesday unanimously approved a proposal to make Juneteenth a permanent city holiday.
Former Postal Worker In W. Va Sentenced For Selling Pot Along RouteA former U.S. Postal Service worker in West Virginia was sentenced to six months in prison for selling pot along his mail route.