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Richlands man busted growing $350,000 worth of pot

Tazewell County deputies spent part of their Labor Day holiday arresting a Richlands man on marijuana charges. Officers found 115 Marijuana plants, over a pound of harvested Marijuana, and three firearms inside the home of Roger Lee Sparks Jr., 38, of Richlands. More>>

Deadly accident on Interstate 77

KANAWHA COUNTY, WV (WVVA) I-77 in Kanawha County is back open after a deadly accident. The interstate was shutdown for nearly four hours Tuesday morning... More>>

Nine officers added to Raleigh County Sheriff's Office

BECKLEY, WV (WVVA) Nine new deputies are sworn-in by the Raleigh County Commission. The ceremony took place Tuesday morning... More>>

Pedestrian tunnel planned at WV state fair

FAIRLEA, W.Va. (AP) - The state plans to build a pedestrian tunnel to improve access to the State Fair of West Virginia's fairgrounds... More>>

Shining a Light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

Beckley (WVVA) The death of a child can shatter a parent's world, especially when it comes out of nowhere. As part of Infant Sleep Safety Awareness Month, WVVA is shining a light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. It happens when a healthy baby dies in his or her sleep, suddenly and without medical explanation, but nurses say it is preventable. According to nurse Paula Hickok, co-sleeping is a leading cause of the syndrome and one of the biggest mistakes a new parent can make. "Probably putting... More>>

UPDATE: Police Release New Details After Ral. County Murder

Glen White (WVVA) -- A Raleigh County man is facing a felony 1st Degree Murder charge after deputies say he shot and killed a man. Joe Collins, 67, was arraigned Sunday evening after police said he shot and killed Larry Totten at his home in Glen White. According to Cpl. Jason Redden with the Raleigh County Sheriff's Dept., it was the suspect, Joe Collins, who called 911. "Mr. Collins provided us with a statement and the weapon and he was charged with 1st Degree Murder." But while police are ... More>>

Jury to begin deliberations in ex-governor trial

A federal jury will hear instructions from a judge before beginning deliberations in the public corruption trial of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen. More>>

Greenbrier Co. collision injures one person Video included

CHARMCO (WVVA)- Two cars collided on Route 60 in Charmco on Monday, September 1, 2014. According to Trooper Christopher Teubert with WV State Police, the accident happened a little after 3:00P.M. Teubert says a woman was pulling out of the post office when an SUV came around the corner and t-boned her.She was conscious when first responders arrived on scene. The woman was transported to Greenbrier Valley Medical Center. The driver of the SUV didn't sustain any injuries. More>>

Mercer County Fire Fee Video included

MERCER COUNTY (WVVA)- Volunteer firefighters throughout Mercer County are asking for the public's help during their time of need.Fire chiefs throughout the county say they are in a financial bind. According to Matoaka Fire Chief, Steven Sommers the fire fee, also the department's budget money, hasn't been increased in nearly 23 years. He goes on to say while that number has stayed the same, "our cost of operating increases every day. We don't have the money to meet those costs."In order to he... More>>

TV ads to ramp up in West Virginia

For West Virginians already sick of political slam ads, TV will be even tougher to stomach after their Labor Day barbecues... More>>

Glen White man charged with First Degree Murder Video included

Joe Collins, 67 of Glen White, WV is facing a felony murder charge after Raleigh County Sheriff's Deputies say he shot and killed a man. According to the criminal complaint it happened early on Sunday morning.The victim is Larry Totten. More>>

Two people are dead following a fatal car crash in McDowell County Video included

MAYBEURY (WVVA)- According to Trooper J.C. Mann with the WV State Police, Welch Detachment two people died in a car accident around 4:00 A.M.on Sunday.It happened in Maybeury, McDowell Co.Trooper Mann says three people were in a 2009 Cadillac CTS driving on Powerhouse Road off of Route 52. The driver, Raheem Bons and one passenger, Lauren Perdue were both found dead on the scene. A second passenger, Markese London sustained minor injuries. He was taken to BRMC and has since been released. Tro... More>>

Suicide Prevention Walk Scheduled for This Week Video included

BLUEFIELD (WVVA)- The 5th annual Out of the Darkness Walk is scheduled for September 6, 2014 in Bluefield, WV. Out of the Darkness is an organization that devotes their time to suicide prevention, awareness and education.It is free to register. Registration will be on the day of the event from 5:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. There will be entertainment until the walk begins at 6:30 p.m. More>>

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  • Coal Industry News

    Coal Industry News

    Coal Industry News

    © View stories that directly impact the coal industry and voice your concerns on the EPA's plan to reduce carbon emissions at coal-fired power plants.© View stories that directly impact the coal industry and voice your concerns on the EPA's plan to reduce carbon emissions at coal-fired power plants.
    View stories that directly impact the coal industry and voice your concerns on the EPA's plan to reduce carbon emissions at coal-fired power plants.More >>
    View stories that directly impact the coal industry and voice your concerns on the EPA's plan to reduce carbon emissions at coal-fired power plants.More >>
  • Student & Teacher of the Month

    Student & Teacher of the Month

    WVVA and Cole Chevy have partnered to shine the spotlight on deserving students and teachers in classrooms across the region. View the latest recipients, and find out how you can submit nominations.More >>
    WVVA and Cole Chevy have partnered to shine the spotlight on deserving students and teachers in classrooms across the region. View the latest recipients, and find out how you can submit nominations.More >>
  • The WVVA News App is here!

    The WVVA News App is here!

    BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Soon you will be able to access the latest news, weather, video and sports from across the Two Virginias easier than before on your mobile device with the new WVVA News App!More >>
    BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - Soon you will be able to access the latest news, weather, video and sports from across the Two Virginias easier than before on your mobile device with the new WVVA News App!More >>
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  • Nine officers added to Raleigh County Sheriff's Office

    Nine officers added to Raleigh County Sheriff's Office

    BECKLEY, WV (WVVA) Nine new deputies are sworn-in by the Raleigh County Commission. The ceremony took place Tuesday morning...More >>
    BECKLEY, WV (WVVA) Nine new deputies are sworn-in by the Raleigh County Commission. The ceremony took place Tuesday morning...More >>
  • Pedestrian tunnel planned at WV state fair

    Pedestrian tunnel planned at WV state fair

    FAIRLEA, W.Va. (AP) - The state plans to build a pedestrian tunnel to improve access to the State Fair of West Virginia's fairgrounds...More >>
    FAIRLEA, W.Va. (AP) - The state plans to build a pedestrian tunnel to improve access to the State Fair of West Virginia's fairgrounds...More >>
  • Shining a Light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

    Shining a Light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome

    Beckley (WVVA) The death of a child can shatter a parent's world, especially when it comes out of nowhere. As part of Infant Sleep Safety Awareness Month, WVVA is shining a light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. It happens when a healthy baby dies in his or her sleep, suddenly and without medical explanation, but nurses say it is preventable. According to nurse Paula Hickok, co-sleeping is a leading cause of the syndrome and one of the biggest mistakes a new parent can make. "Probably putting...More >>
    Beckley (WVVA) The death of a child can shatter a parent's world, especially when it comes out of nowhere. As part of Infant Sleep Safety Awareness Month, WVVA is shining a light on Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. It happens when a healthy baby dies in his or her sleep, suddenly and without medical explanation, but nurses say it is preventable. According to nurse Paula Hickok, co-sleeping is a leading cause of the syndrome and one of the biggest mistakes a new parent can make. "Probably putting...More >>
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  • Danville Ends Rays Season

    Danville Ends Rays Season

  • Danville Ends Rays Season

    Danville Ends Rays Season

    Bluefield, WVWVVA-TVThe Danville Braves defeated the Princeton Rays 8-5 in Game two of the Appalachain League East Division Playoffs. The loss eliminates the Rays from the playoffs. This was Princeton's first trip to the playoffs since 1998.More >>
    Bluefield, WVWVVA-TVThe Danville Braves defeated the Princeton Rays 8-5 in Game two of the Appalachain League East Division Playoffs. The loss eliminates the Rays from the playoffs. This was Princeton's first trip to the playoffs since 1998.More >>
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    Plays Of The Week; Week 1

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