Hamburger Buns And Dinner Rolls Recalled, Potential Choking HazardFlowers Food, one of the largest producers of packaged bakery goods in the U.S., is recalling baked goods including hamburger and hot dog buns and dinner rolls sold by retailers including Walmart, Aldi, Publix, and Piggly Wiggly because they may contain pieces of hard plastic that pose a choking hazard.
West Virginia Chapel Christens Holy Roller BusA West Virginia chapel has turned its new school bus into a holy roller.
West Virginia County Reports More Than 100 Overdoses In 6-Month SpanSocial workers are providing a deep look into opioid addiction in a West Virginia county.
Melania Trump In West Virginia For Opioid TalkFirst lady Melania Trump is visiting West Virginia to learn how a city at the center of the nation's opioid epidemic is grappling with the crisis.
NASA Renames W. Va. Facility In Honor Of Human 'Computer'A NASA facility in West Virginia has been renamed in honor of a native of the state whose calculations helped put men on the moon 50 years ago.
Woman Facing Up To 40 Years For Meth DistributionA West Virginia woman is facing charges related to methamphetamine distribution.
'Dangerous' Python Still Missing In Morgantown, Owner Now Facing ChargesA West Virginia man is facing criminal charges after his 15-foot python escaped into a wooded area and has been missing for about a month.
Landowners In West Virginia Asked To Help Slow Spread Of Gypsy MothsWest Virginia Agriculture Department officials are asking landowners to register for a program to help slow the spread of an invasive insect known as the gypsy moth.
Health Officials: West Virginia HIV Cluster Continues To GrowWest Virginia health officials say the number of HIV cases in Cabell County has risen to 53.
W. Va. Principal Looking To End Race For Valedictorian Title Over RivalriesA West Virginia high school principal says she favors proposed curriculum changes that would no longer designate a valedictorian.
Python Remains 'On The Slither' In MorgantownA search crew continues to look every morning for a 15-foot-long python that remains “on the slither” in West Virginia.