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ATV crashes in Clay, Mason counties claim lives
10-year-old boy among victims.[read more]

Kanawha County Commission worried about rising jail costs
Commissioners discussed the rising cost during their meeting last week, noting the daily per diem rate is $48.25 with the rate expected to increase by 14% to nearly $55.[read more]

West Virginia Senior Sports Classic begins next month in Kanawha Valley
The multi-day event will consist of games and competitions designed to promote healthy lifestyles among West Virginians who are 60 and older[read more]

Juneteenth celebrations planned across the state, as 2021 marks first year as state holiday
The state's event is virtual.[read more]

The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show | Learn more
Clay Travis Clay Travis is co-host of “The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show,” a three-hour talk radio program available on hundreds of radio stations nationwide. Joined by Buck Sexton, the duo broadcasts Monday through Friday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. ET – the legendary timeslot held by “The Rush Limb...[read more]

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The Voice of West Virginia

MetroNews This Morning 6-22-21
Storms Monday afternoon and overnight leave some damage, mostly in northern West Virginia. The rebound from the 2016 flood continues even five years after the water destroyed everything in its path. Governor Jim Justice talks about vaccinations again in his first media briefing of the week. A Pen...[read more]

Calmer weather forecasted following Monday’s storms
Severe weather left behind some damage. The post Calmer weather forecasted following Monday’s storms appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

West Virginians Pulled Together During the Flood
Five years ago tomorrow, torrential rains produced widespread flooding in West Virginia.  Up to ten inches of rain over a 12-to-18-hour period sent creeks and rivers roaring over their banks. Mud and debris-filled flood waters killed 23 people, hundreds of homes and businesses were destroyed or d...[read more]

Pendleton County mail carrier sentenced in election fraud case
Thomas Cooper, 48, of Dry Fork admitted last year to altering eight ballot request forms ahead of West Virginia's primary election. The post Pendleton County mail carrier sentenced in election fraud case appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

US Senate unlikely to open debate on elections measure
The Senate will vote to begin debate on the For the People Act on Tuesday. The post US Senate unlikely to open debate on elections measure appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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