West Virginia state trooper shot and killed, suspect arrested
Sgt. Cory Maynard was killed in the shooting.
7-year-old charged with arson after setting parents' house on fire while they slept
The child is accused of intentionally setting the fire while the parents were asleep inside.
Watch: Surprised principal darts after bear pops out of school dumpster
A West Virginia principal wasted no time getting away after he unlocked the school dumpster and a bear popped out.
West Virginia could ban transgender care
The Republican governor has not taken a public stance on the measure and it's unclear whether he will sign it into law.
West Virginia governor signs new carry bill, allowing for guns on public college, university campuses
West Virginia’s governor has signed a bill allowing people with concealed carry permits to take firearms onto public college and university campuses.
Infant dies after being swept away by floodwaters in West Virginia, sheriff says
The body of an 11-week-old boy was found inside the vehicle in an area where as much as 18 feet of water had been reported.
3 James Madison University students die in West Virginia crash
Three students from James Madison University were killed in a crash in West Virginia.
West Virginia advances mandate to display ‘In God We Trust’ in schools
Republican Sen. Mike Azinger, who introduced the bill, says he wants to give students something to look up to and to tell them it's okay to “say God” in school. The bill requires that the phrase appears in an area in each school building.
West Va. man accused of kidnapping woman, burning her with torch
Police found the woman hiding under a porch, and she told officers the man hit her and burned her stomach and leg with a torch.
West Virginia coal miners rescue couple stranded in broken-down electric car: 'You can't make this stuff up'
"It was pretty ironic… to be plugged into a coal mine."
Man charged with attacking sister who awakened from 2-year coma dies in custody
Daniel J. Palmer III's death likely brings a close to a highly unusual case that was stalled for two years by a lack of evidence.
West Virginia woman wakes up from 2-year coma after being attacked; brother arrested
West Virginia authorities on Friday announced the arrest of a man in the attempted murder of his sister after she awoke from a two-year coma.
2022 May midterms: What to know about Nebraska, West Virginia primaries
The sway of Donald Trump and his endorsement is in the spotlight again this week during primaries in Nebraska and West Virginia.
101-year-old earns honorary high school diploma after dropping out in the 1930s
A centenarian from West Virginia has fulfilled a lifelong goal of becoming a high school graduate.
West Virginia governor gets antibody treatment after COVID-19 diagnosis
Governor Jim Justice of West Virginia said he felt "extremely unwell" after testing positive.
'Complete devastation': West Virginia first responder helped clear 9/11 wreckage
Michael Harper, a West Virginia paramedic, was part of a task force dispatched to ground zero shortly after the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
Cash, guns and trucks: West Virginia launches COVID-19 vaccine incentive lottery
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced this week the state will launch a COVID-19 vaccine incentive lottery with prizes ranging from cash, trucks, guns and weekend trips.
West Virginia governor signs bill banning transgender athletes
West Virginia's governor signed a bill Wednesday that bans transgender athletes from competing in female sports in middle and high schools and colleges.
West Virginia lawmaker Derrick Evans charged with entering Capitol in riot resigns
'I take full responsibility for my actions,' Republican delegate says.
WV officer shot in the face pulled from life support, organs to be donated
A police officer in West Virginia who was shot in the face Wednesday while responding to a traffic complaint is not expected to recover and her organs will be donated, officials said.