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39 min ago | Charleston Gazette
Bordering both Maryland and Virginia, West Virginia's historic easternmost town is 60 miles from Washington, D.C., 327 miles from Charleston.
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This NASA satellite image shows a winter storm forming over the USA on March 16. Although spring starts Thursday, the storm will bring more snow and some ice from parts of the Midwest to the Mid-Atlantic states through Tuesday.
9 hrs ago | Charleston Gazette
When Jess Tomlinson, of Campbells Creek, chose the name Leonidas for the 6-week-old mutt she adopted from the Kanawha/Charleston Humane Association in April 2012, she didn't realize how fitting it would become.
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The client was tired of his "before" living room and wanted the room -- often used for entertaining -- to have a face lift.
Cheap and abundant, potatoes have long been a staple of Appalachian families. But growers in this region still plant only a handful of the varieties that are available elsewhere.
HUNTINGTON, W.Va. A Huntington man is in jail and accused of robbing the Chase Bank in Huntington at gunpoint Friday.
A Pike County man with a history of mental issues who had been missing since March 4 has been found alive and well, in Charleston, W.Va.
Twenty-six students from across West Virginia will recite poems by Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Frost, Emily Dickinson and others during the 2014 state Poetry Out Loud competition set for Mar. 14-15 at the Culture Center in Charleston.
Kayla Sue Jacobs, a volunteer with Mountain Justice, advertises free bottled water the environmental group was handing out Friday at the Capitol.
Paramedics were on the scene of an attempted robbery on Capitol Street in Charleston on Friday night.
Zac Mallett braces himself Thursday as he's lifted toward traffic signals at Bridge and Loudon Heights roads, just over the South Side Bridge in Charleston.
Students at Horace Mann Middle School in Kanawha City return to the school Thursday afternoon after employees in the boiler room thought they saw smoke and called Metro 911.
The mediation stems from lawsuits filed by former Mountain State students following the nursing program's loss of accreditation.
If you're still looking for clean drinking water -- there are two places you can find it in Charleston.