Snowshoe Mountain officials reported 12 inches of snow on Wednesday's Opening Day.

A white Thanksgiving for parts of West Virginia

Snow accumulations neared two feet in some Eastern Panhandle counties. Full Story »

Public hearing Friday on Wheeling tax increase proposal

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City officials want to raise the sales tax to help pay down police and fire pension debt. Full Story »

Detroit native sentenced for trafficking drugs to Harrison County

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Amanda Daniels received 41 months in prison Full Story »

EPA’s McCarthy proposes new smog rule

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Move criticized by WV congressman. Full Story »

Retailers prepare for the beginning of the holiday shopping season

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The Charleston Town Center Mall finds itself opening earlier to stay competitive. Full Story »

Snow cripples travel in eastern mountains; 16 inches recorded in Hampshire County

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Heavy, wet snow closes roads, causes power outages. Full Story »

Turnpike workers anticipate more Thanksgiving drivers

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preparations have been made to make the five days of travel go as smoothly as possible Full Story »

Harrison County woman sentenced after committing tax fraud

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Pamela Bailey received one year and one day in prison Full Story »

Union Mission provides Thanksgiving dinner for those in need

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The mission expected over 500 homeless to be fed Wednesday Full Story »

Pre-Thanksgiving storm blankets parts of state

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Road conditions were poor in some areas on Wednesday morning as heavy, wet snow fell. Full Story »

Charleston chief makes decision on suspended officer; board to decide

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Reports indicate Chief Brent Webster wants Lt. Shawn Williams fired. Full Story »

Hundreds fed at 8th Annual Earl Wilson Community Thanksgiving Dinner

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Organizers wanted to give something positive to Charleston's West End. Full Story »

Settlement reached in case of price gouging during Freedom Industries chemical spill

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Achraf Assi, the owner of Mid Valley Mart LLC, agreed to pay a $5,000 fine Full Story »

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