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Gov. Jim Justice involved in car accident

According to a press release by the Beckley Police Department, West Virginia Governor Jim Justice was involved in a vehicle accident Saturday afternoon.  The press release says that patrolman Logan Christian responded to a traffic accident on Harper Road at the intersection of Hylton Lane.  West Virginia state troopers with the Governor's security detail were on scene as well.  It was determined that the driver of the second car, 20-year old Joshua Lucas, failed to m...

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Three people arrested in Beckley after shots fired near police officers Video included

A Beckley man is behind bars after firing a weapon near two Beckley Police officers. 

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Bluefield leader laid to rest Video included

The Mercer County community was saddened on Saturday morning as Charles Peters, a longtime leader of Bluefield, was put to rest.  Charles was a major force in the coal industry for six decades. He also helped baseball rise in Bluefield and he aided everything from the Mercer County Airport to the local boy scouts.  Charles also was a veteran. He was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1942. He was a sergeant and a squad leader that fought in German towns of the Ardennes Forest t... More>>

Heavy rainfall causes flooding in Tazewell Video included

Saturday morning, flash flooding hit Tazewell County in a big way.  Heavy rain produced by slow moving thunderstorms closed roads, flooded homes and even lead to some rescues.  WVVA's own chief meteorologist Travis Roberts witnessed the flooding first-hand, and said that it was some of the worst flooding he had ever seen in that area.  Other residents reported basements and homes flooded with washed out driveways via social media. 

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Gas prices rise on Memorial Day weekend

Gas prices are on the rise once again.  The national average for gas is 31 percent higher than it was last Memorial Day weekend. 

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Handcuffed Weinstein faces rape charge in #MeToo reckoning Video included

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Harvey Weinstein is expected to turn himself in to police in New York City early Friday following a seven-month investigation into sexual assault allegations. More>>

Spanishburg hosts old school Holy Ghost tent revival

Old school Holy Ghost tent revivals aren't nearly as common as they once were.  But evangelist Steve Warren travels the country to keep the old tradition alive.  

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Major traffic expected this weekend in construction zones Video included

Memorial Day Weekend is one of the busiest travel times of the year. 

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Via Air offering new services out of Beckley

For those with dreams of making it to Disney World this Summer, there are new options when it comes to getting there.  

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UPDATE: Apartment building destroyed by fire in Fairlea Video included

Victims of last night's apartment fire in Fairlea are being housed at the Rhema Christian Church.

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Death reported from West Virginia hepatitis A outbreak

Health officials in West Virginia are reporting the first death in the state related to an outbreak of hepatitis A.

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WV Minority Affairs Office 'Listening Tour' stops in Beckley Video included

Starting a discussion on the empowerment of women and minorities was the focus of a forum in Beckley on Thursday.  

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PEIA members gather in Princeton, discuss problems with coverage Video included

Prescription drug coverage is a top concern among PEIA policy holders.

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Parents concerned over Buchanan County elementary school closing down Video included

For the last 46 years, J.M. Bevins Elementary School has been a staple of the youth's education in Grundy, Virginia.  But on June 1st, the school's bells will ring for the final time. 

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McDowell County pantry needs your help to survive Video included

Five Loaves and Two Fishes Food Pantry needs your help. 

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Probable cause found in Princeton murder case

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The preliminary hearing was held Thursday for a man accused in the fatal shooting of a 18-year-old.

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May 2018: More than 100 indicted in Raleigh County

More than 100 men and woman have been indicted by the latest grand jury in Raleigh County. 

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