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UPDATE: Two arrested, victims identified in McDowell County double murder Video included

(WVVA) West Virginia State Police commander Captain B.L. Mankins told WVVA News Tuesday morning that Troopers from the Welch detachment arrested two men in connection with the early Sunday morning murders...

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RECALL LIST: Vehicle owners with defective airbags urged to take immediate action

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration urges owners of certain Toyota, Honda, Mazda, BMW, Nissan, and General Motors vehicles to act immediately on recall notices to replace defective Takata airbags. More>>

Police on the lookout for robbery suspect in Raleigh County

RALEIGH COUNTY (WVVA) Deputies are searching for a man who robbed a convenience store. According to police, on October 18, at around 4 a.m... More>>

WV officials urge moms-to-be to get a flu shot

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - West Virginia health officials are urging pregnant women to get the flu shot. Bureau for Public Health commissioner Dr. Letitia Tierney is set... More>>

WVU president calls for change following riots

West Virginia University President Gordon Gee says the culture of the university must change following riots that erupted after the football team's win over Baylor. More>>

Police say they might have spotted ambush suspect

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By MICHAEL RUBINKAM Associated Press Police shifted their search and a northeastern Pennsylvania school district tightened security amid another reported sighting Monday of the suspect in a deadly state... More>>

Greenbrier River group to hold pipeline meetings

A watershed group is holding public meetings on the impact of two proposed natural gas pipelines in West Virginia...
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Princeton Renaissance Project is restoring downtown Princeton

Mayor Tim Ealy and city manager Elke Doom are collecting funds in a bucket to go towards the Princeton Renaissance Project, Mayor Ealy took a break from collecting the money to say, "it's a focal point to our downtown area, a revitalization., it's one of the cornerstones of downtown". They're almost done with the interior demolition, the problem is they weren't planning to do all of that interior demolition. A leaky roof set their plans back.Project volunteer Jennifer Farmer and others have b... More>>

Most coal mines meeting new standard on coal dust

CHARLESTON, WV (AP) -- Federal officials say almost every mine sample taken since August would meet tougher limits on coal dust. A U.S. Mine Safety and Health Administration news release Monday... More>>

Raleigh County School Officials Fumble Homecoming Game Video included

Beckley (WVVA) A day of celebration turned to disappointment for students at a Raleigh County high school on Friday.Woodrow Wilson High School's Homecoming game against Capitol High School had to be cancelled due to a scheduling error."We had the biggest student section we've ever had. It was a heartbreaking night," said the school's principal, Ronald Cantley.At 6:50 p.m., Cantley was informed in front of a packed house at Van Meter stadium that no referees were scheduled to work. "As far as ... More>>

UPDATE: Trooper says 90 year old driver suffers from medical condition in deadly accident on U.S. Rt. 460 Video included

Two killed in crash on U.S. 460 in Giles County Two killed in crash on U.S. 460 in Giles County

UPDATE: A medical condition may be the cause of a deadly accident on U.S. Route 460. According to Sgt. Mike Honaker with the Virginia State Police... More>>

More than 500 WV miners lost their mining certifications for failing drug tests

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) -- In the last two years, more than 550 West Virginia coal miners have temporarily lost their mining certifications because they failed a drug test... More>>

Suspect in Hannah Graham case charged with 2005 sexual attack Video included

FAIRFAX, VA (WVVA) The man charged in the disappearance of University of Virginia student Hannah Graham is charged with the sexual assault of a woman in Fairfax, Virginia. According to prosecutors, Jesse Matthew Jr.. More>>

UPS raises 22,000 for United Way in Lewisburg

Lewisburg, WV (October 16, 2014) – UPS in Caldwell was first company in the area to kick off the 2014 campaign for United Way of the Greenbrier Valley. This year, area employees raised nearly... More>>

Greenbrier River Watershed Association to hold first meeting this week

HINTON, W.Va. (AP) -- A watershed group is holding public meetings on the impact of two proposed natural gas pipelines in West Virginia.  More>>

Riots erupt in Morgantown after WVU-Baylor game

City is recovering after a riot erupts after a college football game on Saturday night.Morgantown authorities are busy assessing the damage following West Virginia's big win over Baylor.Police Chief Ed Preston said crowds pushed over street lights and threw rocks, beer bottles and other items at public safety personnel.And he said numerous fires were set in the student-dominated Sunnyside area of the city.Police say they had to use pepper spray and chemical munitions to disperse the crowd.Sev... More>>

Bluefield Arts Center hosts sauce competition

The Bluefield Arts Center held its first ever "Boss of the Sauce" event.Four organizations have worked tirelessly to try and tickle the most taste buds.From a farmers market sauce filled with local ingredients to a cabbage style sauce.The funds will help put on programs for kids and adults and help pay for the historic building's upkeep.The organizers say this may be the first time the fundraiser's artwork has been eaten.While the judges did have a tough task ahead of them, only one could win... More>>

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  • 2014 Trick or Treat Times

    2014 Trick or Treat Times

    (WVVA) Are your little ghouls and goblins ready to head out the doors for another fun night of Trick-or-Treating.Most of the town in our region will celebrate the Halloween tradition on October 31. But there are a few localities that decided to change the date...More >>
    (WVVA) Are your little ghouls and goblins ready to head out the doors for another fun night of Trick-or-Treating.Most of the town in our region will celebrate the Halloween tradition on October 31. But there are a few localities that decided to change the date...More >>
  • Student & Teacher of the Month

    Student & Teacher of the Month

    WVVA and Cole Chevy have partnered to shine the spotlight on deserving students and teachers in classrooms across the region. View the latest recipients, and find out how you can submit nominations.More >>
    WVVA and Cole Chevy have partnered to shine the spotlight on deserving students and teachers in classrooms across the region. View the latest recipients, and find out how you can submit nominations.More >>
  • Blue Mountain Performing Arts Concert Series

    Blue Mountain Performing Arts Concert Series

    The Blue Mountain Performing Arts is a civic non-profit organization with a goal to foster and encourage public appreciation of music, the teaching of music, the history of music and music appreciation, and to make music accessible to out community at affordable prices...More >>
    The Blue Mountain Performing Arts is a civic non-profit organization with a goal to foster and encourage public appreciation of music, the teaching of music, the history of music and music appreciation, and to make music accessible to out community at affordable prices...More >>
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