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ThursdayFebruary 18, 2021

Repeat rounds of snow bring out cross country skiers in Tucker County

"We've been lucky to have a lot of skiing this winter," said Chip Chase, owner of White Grass Ski Touring Center in Davis.

DHHR breaks down county vaccination numbers on new dashboard feature

Vaccines by age, race and sex for each county is now included.

DHHR posts new COVID-19 case numbers

More counties trend toward yellow and green on COVID-19 map.

Charges filed in Hampshire County teenager’s death

Johnny Adams' body was found last summer.

MetroNews This Morning 2-18-21

A winter storm grips the Mountain State with heavy snow this morning–that’s coming on top of heavy ice from two previous storms in parts of West Virginia where the power remains out for thousands. The weather is impacting a number of Covid vaccination clinics. At the State Capitol the Legislature is advancing measures to allow

Snow covers West Virginia from latest storm system

Winter Storm Warning stretches to Friday morning.

WednesdayFebruary 17, 2021

Monongalia County high school members quarantined for coronavirus after exposure to student assistant

Fifty-five student athletes and a coach will have to quarantine for 14 days.

House committee to take up future of state hospitals, nursing homes

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The House of Delegates Health Committee is scheduled to meet Thursday and on its agenda is a bill that apparently will propose getting the state out of the nursing home/hospital business. The bill, set to be originated by the Health Committee, is titled ‘Closure of Certain State Facilities.’ Exact details of the

PROMISE Scholarship strained by pandemic

The PROMISE Scholarship is supported by the state's general revenue and excess lottery revenue funds.

House nears passage of bill allowing use of public dollars for private education costs

Delegates approve amendment to make more students eligible in five years; reject one meant to prevent discrimination.

Judge keeps upcoming trial date for man accused in Charleston violent crime spree

Joshua Drennen charged with murder, carjacking, attacking police officer.

House approves elevation of development, tourism offices to cabinet-level posts

Some delegates question whether agencies would grow; whether development role is a golden parachute for Carmichael.

Power outages remain high and limbs keep breaking

Crews are working on the difficult task of restoring power in a massive tangle of broken trees and wire all while another winter storm threatens heavy snow which could further complicate the problem

72 arrests made in Charleston warrant sweep dedicated to slain officer, chief says

Hunt said it was the largest sweep in over 20 years for the department.

West Virginia braces for another winter storm

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Even as crews attempt to restore power to thousands left in the dark by a pair of  ice storms, West Virginia is in the path of another major winter weather system. “Snow will initially overspread the area this evening and much of tonight. When we start moving into tomorrow, Thursday, there’s the

Justice hints at relaxing some COVID-19 restrictions; announcement expected Friday

The governor says changes would impact schools, businesses.

Green counties increase on COVID-19 map

Eighteen now represent lowest level of spread.