Updated: 9:57 AM The "Construction Incident Prevention Initiative" will focus enforcement efforts on construction sites covered by OSHA's Charleston office. That area includes the entire state.
Updated: 11:15 PM James Douglas Hall, 43, was arrested in Jefferson, W.Va.
Updated: 3:53 PM Cato Pool off Edgewood Drive on Charleston's West Side was targeted at 3 a.m. on a Saturday morning in June. Police say four people were heavily intoxicated and decided to have an illegal private pool party by trespassing onto city property.
Updated: 8:19 PM A Kanawha County man is accused of making a false emergency call to 911. Sheriff's deputies say these calls end up costing you, the taxpayer.
Updated: 3:49 PM South Charleston Police tell WSAZ.com, a Hispanic man dressed in a t-shirt and shorts walked into the 7-11 along Chestnut Street and demanded cash.
Posted: 12:10 AM Conservation officers are conducting an annual crackdown on drunken boaters this weekend.
Posted: 1:19 PM All lanes of Interstate 79 are back open after an early morning accident.
Posted: 11:47 PM A rash of home invasions in Chesapeake, W.Va. have been targeting elderly community members.
Updated: 11:25 AM The company is seeking a rate increase that would boost the bills of typical residential customers by $3.40 per month
Updated: 8:03 AM Kanawha County Schools is dropping single-gender classes that drew criticism from the American Civil Liberties Union.
Updated: 11:07 AM St. Albans man shot 5 times in the back with a pellet gun.
Updated: 8:38 PM The board will talk about two maintenance workers accused of theft at their meeting, Thursday.
Updated: 11:23 PM A local family is grieving after one of their beloved members was killed Thursday morning by a semi-truck in Institute.
Updated: 10:24 AM The Republican candidate for West Virginia's governor advanced his campaign Wednesday in Charleston with the help of a powerful political figure.
Posted: 11:29 PM Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin sported more than three times the campaign cash as Republican opponent Bill Maloney in the wake of West Virginia's primary season.
Updated: 8:21 PM A Kanawha City man said someone broke into his car and stole his wife's car last week. Then on Wednesday, the thieves came back and stole his birdbath.
Updated: 6:46 PM Four people were arrested late Wednesday night in connection with more than a dozen burglaries and break-ins.
Posted: 11:20 AM State law now threatens anyone who discloses an elections complaint with a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine and jail time.
Posted: 10:06 PM Kimberly Dawn Kinder, 46, of Chapmanville, W.Va., admitted that around September 2009, she conspired with a known individual to burn down a residential rental unit located in Van, W.Va.
Updated: 5:55 PM West Virginia's Supreme Court has upheld the 2007 firing of longtime Archives and History Director Fred Armstrong.
Updated: 12:14 PM The accident happened about 8:30 p.m. Monday in the 1600-block of Derricks Creek Road.
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