The Ravenswood Century Aluminum Plant is closing its doors after years of hardship

Ravenswood Century Aluminum plant to shut down permanently

The Jackson idled Jackson County facility will shut down effective immediately, the company announced Monday night. Full Story »



Police investigate Wheeling robbery

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Officers say person was robbed trying to make a deposit. Full Story »

Illinois group hosts drum corps show in Charleston

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The Phantom Regiment will host the show at the University of Charleston's Laidley Field Monday evening. Full Story »

Missing Elkins boy found safe

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Hayden Shifflett was found safe Monday morning Full Story »

Police investigate Huntington teen’s death

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Relatives between Jeffrey Wright, 16, may have been killed back on Thursday and not found until Saturday Full Story »

Authorities investigating multiple robberies in Fayette County

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A robbery was reported Sunday night in Lavista, while a robbery in Mount Hope was reported early Monday morning Full Story »

Economist: Investments in health & education will improve W.Va. workforce

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Dr. John Deskins, director of WVU's Bureau of Business and Economic Research, said human capital will determine state's economic future. Full Story »

WVU Tech and WVU Beckley appoint new provost

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Dr. Nigel Clark, currently the chair of engineering at WVU, to take over provost position. Full Story »

Harpers Ferry may work deal with NPS for short-term help following fire

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42 percent of historic town's commercial district impacted by blaze. Full Story »

Golf course may become farm land

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Potential buyer for Kanawha County course wants the land for his cattle operation. Full Story »

Parkersburg police search for suspect in weekend murder

19 hours ago by in News

48-year-old man found dead in residence. Full Story »

Jackson County schools on board with Tomblin’s Truancy Diversion Initiative

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The initiative allows specialists to work with teachers, staff and attendance officers to try to keep kids in school. Full Story »

State officials look for ways to fill hundreds of correctional officer vacancies

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A recent policy change lifts a one-year work experience requirement for new hires. Full Story »

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