Home - WVVA TV Bluefield Beckley WV News, Weather and Sports

Top Stories

Read More

US government shuts down; Dems, GOP blame each other Video included

Updated:

A bitterly-divided Congress is hurtling toward a government shutdown this weekend in a partisan stare-down over demands by Democrats for a solution on politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported. More>>

Fire Department rescues chief, seeks donations Video included

Friday morning, a house caught fire in a small McDowell County community, but the victims of the fire were no strangers to the Fire Department. The Volunteer Fire Department in Davy found itself in an unusual situation yesterday, having to rescue none other than their own Fire Chief, Terry O'Neal. 

More>>

Experts: Shackled children face long road to recovery Video included

Updated:

California prosecutors say a couple starved 12 of their 13 children to the point that their growth was stunted and a 29-year-old daughter weighed just 82 pounds. More>>

Tazewell Area Chamber Hosts Annual Membership Dinner Meeting Video included

The Tazewell Area Chamber of Commerce held their 45th annual Membership banquet this evening at the Fuller Peery Building. This dinner meeting is an opportunity for the Chamber to Highlight the past year's accomplishments and to look forward to all the events coming up this year. Pam Meade, Executive Director for the Chamber says that 2017 was a big success with events like Octoberfest, The Back of the Dragon as well as the works to consolidate all the Chambers in the Counties. She a... More>>

'Amazed and appalled': Sec. Gayle Manchin reacts to push to dismantle Education and the Arts Video included

West Virginia's Secretary of Education and the Arts Gayle Manchin says she is "amazed and appalled" after the House Education Committee voted to dismantle her department and do away with her cabinet position.  

More>>

Fayette Co. school levy vote set for Saturday

Fayette County is on the eve of voting on a school levy that supporters of it say could determine the fate of several publicly funded school programs.

More>>

Greenbrier County residents push back on water rate hike Video included

Just as things are returning to normal for a Greenbrier County town hit hard by the 2016 floods, there was new fallout from the disaster on Friday.  

More>>

Lawmaker says bill could have prevented girlfriend's death

A Virginia lawmaker whose journalist girlfriend was fatally shot by a former co-worker during a live broadcast in 2015 is pushing for a new law he says could have prevented her death.

More>>

UPDATE: Princeton Middle School searched and cleared Video included

Princeton Middle School has been searched and cleared. All students are safe.

More>>

Huntington mayor withdraws from congressional race Video included

Huntington, West Virginia mayor Steve Williams has withdrawn from the race for the third congressional district.

More>>

Neglected dog euthanized, owner arrested in Oak Hill Video included

A Fayette County man is behind bars on charges of animal cruelty. 

More>>

  • ONLY ON WVVAMore>>

  • Capitol Beat

    Capitol Beat

    WVVA's Annie Moore heads to the Capitol in Charleston to discuss the hot-button issues of this year's legislative session with our region's lawmakers.

    More >>

    WVVA's Annie Moore heads to the Capitol in Charleston to discuss the hot-button issues of this year's legislative session with our region's lawmakers.

    More >>
  • All Points Bulletin

    All Points Bulletin

    View the mugshots of fugitives wanted across the Two Virginias that have been featured on WVVA's award-winning All Points Bulletin.

    More >>

    View the mugshots of fugitives wanted across the Two Virginias that have been featured on WVVA's award-winning All Points Bulletin.

    More >>
  • Cold Case

    Cold Case

    Police detectives search for new clues in their efforts to solve decades old cases and bring justice for victims of  violent crimes. Look for "Cold Case," in conjunction with CrimeStoppers of West Virginia, on the last Tuesday of every month right after All Points Bulletin on WVVA News at 6. 

    More >>

    Police detectives search for new clues in their efforts to solve decades old cases and bring justice for victims of  violent crimes. Look for "Cold Case," in conjunction with CrimeStoppers of West Virginia, on the last Tuesday of every month right after All Points Bulletin on WVVA News at 6. 

    More >>
Powered by Frankly