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WSAZ Investigates | Navigating the death care industry
Funeral home directors say consumers should do extensive research before making decisions regarding final arrangements.
WSAZ Investigates | Cell tower signals
Some residents in rural Appalachia say they have trouble making calls in an emergency, even though a cell tower is installed near their home.
Duplicate COVID-19 negative tests leaving community members concerned
Leaders in one part of our region are improving the odds of students returning to the classroom, but it’s leaving community members concerned.
WSAZ Investigates | West Virginia Attorney General receives more complaints following Renovation Rip-Off
Robert Eugene Jones has been conducting work on homes across the state of West Virginia, despite not being licensed to do so.
Woman fighting for repairs to have home rebuilt after 2016 flood
Ladema Shafer said she has experienced continuous problems with her house since it was completed by RISE contractor Thompson Construction Group in January.
WSAZ Investigates | Renovation Rip-Off
Robert E. Jones attended a virtual hearing on Wednesday regarding a temporary injunction to prevent him from contracting work will civil and criminal cases are ongoing.
WSAZ Investigates | More Renovation Rip-Off
WSAZ Investigates | Robert E. Jones appears in court Friday.
WSAZ Investigates | False positive COVID-19 tests
After testing positive for COVID-19, WSAZ's Chad Hedrick tested negative for the virus antibodies. He started asking questions about false positives and how they are addressed.
WSAZ Investigates | Renovation Rip-off
A man in West Virginia is accused of swindling hundreds of thousands of dollars from dozens of victims during the course of a decade.
Kokosing Construction Co. meets with South Charleston mayor after WSAZ investigation
After a WSAZ investigation, the South Charleston mayor said Kokosing Construction Company showed up at his office to try and resolve some issues we found in our report.
WSAZ Investigates | Jefferson Road project put on hold more than 9 months
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice announced in April 2019 construction would soon get on the fast track – but after several bumps in the road, many are now calling the completion date of December 2022 into question.
Family sues over mysterious body found in Kanawha grave
A family in Kanawha County is suing the owner of a cemetery because a mysterious body was found in their family plot.
WSAZ Investigates | Parents seek refund in canceled school trip
Parents say they're looking for a refund for a trip that was canceled months ago.
WSAZ Investigates | Businesses offer incentives to follow mask ordinance
Portsmouth, Ohio passes mask ordinance days before Scioto County is declared a level three public emergency.
WSAZ Investigates | Suddenlink customers deal with delays in service calls
Several customers say they're waiting weeks to get repairs to their phone and internet issues.
WSAZ Investigates | Making ‘sense’ of a nationwide coin shortage
Thanks to COVID-19, the nation is experiencing a temporary coin shortage.
WSAZ Investigates | Contact Tracing
Understanding the process of contact tracing.
WSAZ Investigates | Signed, Sealed and Stashed Away
For some people in southern Ohio, the wait for mail and packages has lasted several years.
Sen. Manchin collects more than 1,000 speed tests
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia reaches goal of 1,000 speed tests to turn over to the FCC.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Man protests Suddenlink
After our initial story about issues surrounding Suddenlink aired several weeks ago, we’ve heard from dozens of viewers, each sharing their experience with the company.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Grave Concerns
For some in our region, they can't even begin the grieving process because they say their family members' final resting places are anything but peaceful.