State Police, Raleigh Sheriff's Office ask residents to aid fire victims
The Raleigh County Sheriff’s Office and West Virginia State Police are asking communities to be generous during the holiday season and help victims of a Sunday fire in Marlinton.
The fire burned through four buildings Sunday before firefighters were able to get the blaze under control. It rekindled on Monday.
Several businesses and 13 residents were displaced by the fire.
Raleigh County men arrested in September shooting of two in Rupert
Area law enforcement officers have charged two Raleigh County men in connection with the Sept. 13 shootings of two “good Samaritans” in Greenbrier County.
No actions in Atterson case, hearing set Dec. 5
No actions were taken Wednesday during a status hearing for Beckley Police Cpl. Bryan Atterson, who was charged in September with domestic battery and unlawful detention against his girlfriend, but a motions hearing has been set for Dec. 5.
Two Nicholas County men sentenced to time in federal prison
Two men were sentenced to federal prison for their participation in a Nicholas County methamphetamine conspiracy.
Guilty pleas entered in Raleigh court
Two Raleigh County men entered not guilty pleas during arraignment Tuesday in Raleigh County Circuit Court before Judge H.L. Kirkpatrick.
Former Raleigh deputy indicted on new charges after he resigned
Other men indicted on attempted murder of trooper, 29 B&E counts
Trooper gives God credit for help in solving cold-case murder
Her body was discovered on Sept. 26, 2002, at Greenbrier State Forest.
FDA recommends DHHS reschedule hydrocone
The Food and Drug Administration has officially recommended that the Department of Health and Human Services reschedule hydrocodone from a Schedule III to Schedule II controlled substance, according to a release from Sen. Joe Manchin.
Mother to enter plea to child neglect causing death
A 28-year-old mother, charged with child neglect causing the death of one of her 2-year-old twin boys, is scheduled for a plea hearing today.
Fayette man arrested, accused of throwing 4 cats and 8 kittens on fire
A Fayette County man was arrested Monday after his wife said he burned four cats and eight kittens, according to State Police records.
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