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Woman Breaks Into DOH Steals Truck

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) - At 12 p.m. on Saturday a woman entered into the DOH garage in the 2200 block of Pennsylavania Avenue and stole several items including a leaf blower, a DOH shirt and hat (which were then wore during the incident).

WOWK - 2018-06-16 23:07:15

Welder who died at Institute plant remembered as 'jack-of-all-trades'

The first thing James Robinette noticed about his friend, Matthew Campbell, when they met about six years ago was his bushy beard.

WVGAZETTEMAIL.COM - 2018-06-17 22:38:00

Man wounded in shooting with Ravenswood police officer

A man is being treated at a local hospital after a Ravenswood police officer shot him early Friday evening.Jackson County Sheriff Tony Boggs said there was little information he could release Friday night about the circumstances of the shooting that took place at about 4:15 p.m. at the intersection


Shooting in Jefferson Sends One to Hospital

JEFFERSON, WV (WOWK) - The Kanawha County Sheriffs Department responded to a shooting Saturday evening in Jefferson.One person was taken to the hospital with non-life threatening injures and the shooter is cooperating with law enforcement. The dispute was between two neighbors.we will keep you upda

WOWK - 2018-06-17 02:52:25

Grand Jury returns 23 indictments; 18 drug related - Pomeroy Daily Sentinel

Meigs County Prosecuting Attorney James K. Stanley announces, in a news release, that the majority of the drug-related cases containing methamphetamine charges.


Statehouse Beat: Bizarre news conference brings out the Trump in Justice

At the start of the regular session, Gov.Jim Justiceissued Executive Order 2-18, imposing a moratorium on state agencies, barring them from promulgating new rules or regulations, presumably to show legislative leadership his Republican bona fides.

WVGAZETTEMAIL.COM - 2018-06-16 19:15:00

Annual chili cookoff adds flavor to FestivALL

Just one event of the summer FestivALL celebration, the cookoff had 50 cooks participating, including families, businesses and even fire departments. The cookoff is also on the circuit for the International Chili Society, where the winner of each competition is invited to the World Championship in S

WVGAZETTEMAIL.COM - 2018-06-16 21:00:00

McCann, Walker lead South stars in 3-game sweep

By RICK RYANHD MediaBUFFALO - Jayme Bailey had a blast Thursday in her final high school softball appearance. Two of them, actually. Bailey, the four-time all-state player from Hurricane High School, clouted a pair of home runs and had four extra-base hits as the South swept all three games in the N

LOGAN BANNER - 2018-06-17 04:01:00

4 Injured After KRT Bus & Semi Collide

The accident happened at 36th Street and Staunton Avenue in Charleston, WV at around 2:15 PM on Thursday, June 14th, 2018.


Owners of Mexican restaurants ordered to pay $100k for wage violations

U.S. District Judge John Copenhaver Jr. ordered Martin and Lorena Arellano to pay a total of $111,024 in back wages plus a $20,150 penalty after the U.S. Department of Labor's Wage and Hour Division found they violated the minimum wage, overtime, and record-keeping requirements within the Fair Labor


Man arrested for inappropriately touching himself at gym

MONTGOMERY, WV (WVNS) -- A man who was caught inappropriately touching himself at a gym in Fayette County is now in jail, according to deputies.


Head-on crash results in death of 18-month-old - Portsmouth Daily Times

According to a report from the Ohio State Highway Patrol, Bonnie Kazee, 29, of McDermott, was driving northbound in a 2005 Ford Freestar, when she was struck headon by a 2004 Pontiac Vibe, driven by Brandon Davis, 25, of Portsmouth. According to the OSHP, Davis, who was driving southbound, drove lef


Pike County death not related to 2016 murders - Portsmouth Daily Times

Despite some news and social media reports claiming otherwise, a spokesperson for the Ohio Bureau of Criminal Investigations (BCI) said “there is no evidence” to connect a body found Monday in Pike County with the two-year old, unsolved murders of eight members of the Rhoden family in April 2016.


Man sentenced to 10 years for drug trafficking

Rory White, also known as “Dub,” 34, of Montgomery, previously entered a guilty plea to conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent to distribute more than 100 grams of heroin and a quantity of oxycodone.


Manchin hears from Parkersburg woman on ACA

WASHINGTON, D.C.-(WTAP)A Parkersburg woman recently wrote to U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, expressing concern about recent reports about efforts to repeal a provision of the Affordable Care Act.


Charleston Pizza Hut Worker Diagnosed with Hepatitis A

As a precaution, family members and coworkers are receiving Hepatitis A immunizations, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention protocols.


Metro East Calendar: June 13-19

Allens Fork Revival: The Allens Fork Community Church, on Allens Fork Road, Sissonville, will have revival services at 7 p.m. each evening through Friday, June 15. Evangelist David Cook will preach, with guest singers nightly. For more information, phone 304-988-2156.


'Blackwoods': An African-American country experience

Buy NowPotential cast members of a possible new reality television series focusing on the rural, country experience from an African-American perspective seen here are, counterclockwise, from top left, D.J. and Kayla, Kerry-Ann and Jason, Ashley and Krystal, Joey, Amber and John, and Garfield, Ryan a


Look Back: Society needed to address animal cruelty

A man named John Richardson, of Ohio, has been in the habit of riding over into this city and leaving his horse standing hitched for twenty-four hours of more with nothing to eat. He was taken before Judge Snodgrass this morning and fined $8.50.


Gazette editorial: Congrats to UC's outgoing president Ed Welch

Twenty-nine years, ago Edwin Welch took the job as president of the University of Charleston, just a few years after board members seriously considered whether to close the school.