BLUEFIELD (WVVA) - A search for the culprits responsible for a rash of vandalism in Bluefield last weekend continues.
On Tuesday, Bluefield Police recovered a suspect vehicle they believe to be associated with the acts of vandalism.
Last weekend, several buildings, signs and sidewalks in Bluefield were spray-painted with graffiti.
Among those victimized was Trinity United Methodist Church.
If you have any information that may be helpful to the investigation, contact the Bluefield PD.
The J.M. Smucker Company is recalling four dog food brands after a drug used to euthanize animals was found in some canned food.
Administrators at Concord University confirm an alleged sexual assault was reported earlier this month.
Charges are pending against at least two juveniles accused of making threats concerning a Fayette County high school.
Out of an abundance of caution, the Raleigh County Sheriff's Dept. will be increasing their law enforcement presence at a Raleigh County School over the next few days.
A program that has been in the state for a decade has now made its way to Mercer County. Saturday at the Mercer Mall, there was a launch party for the Imagination Library.
Fire crews in Mercer County rushed to the scene of an electrical fire in Bluefield Saturday night.
The Women's Resource Center held a special activity this morning to raise funds for the program. The event was called "Princess for a Day," and took place at Marquee Cinemas in Beckley.
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