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West Virginia's House of Delegates elected Tim Miley as its new speaker Tuesday - but only after one of his fellow Democrats crossed party lines to vote for the GOP nominee.
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Next month thousands of Boy Scouts visiting southern West Virginia will take the opportunity to do good deeds for many communities.
History holds as much mystery as it does answers. What happened in the places visited every day, and how can we find and remember those stories? One hundred and fifty years ago, the state of West Virginia was born and a new chapter in history began.
A member of the Kennedy family will come to Wheeling this week on West Virginia's 150th birthday to honor the state's place in Kennedy family history and discuss the need to eliminate child poverty in West Virginia, state Senate President Jeff Kessler announced.
It seems like every day the news headlines read an I-81 accident claims another life.
Leaders from the state's plastics industry are promoting West Virginia as an ideal location for plastic and polymer companies at this week's PLASTEC East Trade Show in Philadelphia.
President Abraham Lincoln broke new ground in 1863 when he admitted West Virginia as the 35th state in the Union, so it seems fitting that those who have called the state's mountains and valleys home never have shied away from being first at anything.
A West Virginia man accused of gunning down a county sheriff is asking for bail ahead of his murder trial.
While fathers have existed throughout the entire existence of our society, we only recently began celebrating and honoring the men who helped raise us.
A long journey brought the first battle flags of West Virginia from the seamstress through the storm of battle, and nearly 150 years later some of these flags have come to rest in a quiet exhibit in Wheeling in the ideal place - the building where the state was born.
Kallie Cart Web Producer: Heath Harrison Reported: Jun. 16, 2013 8:13 PM EDT Updated: Jun. 16, 2013 9:03 PM EDT Fewer people are buying lottery tickets in West Virginia.
Former Virginia governor and Confederate Gen. Henry A. Wise once said West Virginia was the "bastard child of political rape."
Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack officials' decision not to fold 'em on table gambling was good news for the more than 100 people whose jobs depend on it.
The possibility of an ethane cracker plant in West Virginia appears to be dwindling as more natural gas liquids soon will be piped to the Gulf Coast.
A brook trout in spawning colors is a sight to behold. Its belly turns bright orange during the mid-autumn spawn, providing a colorful counterpoint to the fish's olive-hued back, its blue-haloed red spots and its white-edged red fins.