Latest Kanawha County, West Virginia Stories
A class action lawsuit has been filed on behalf of West Virginia residents who were affected by the recent chemical spill in Elk River.
Parker Waichman LLP, The Bell Law Firm, PLLC and Neblett, Beard & Arsenault have filed a class action lawsuit on behalf of a West Virginia sandwich shop and all other businesses similarly
Charleston Area Medical Center, based in Charleston, West Virginia has selected BESLER Consulting to assist in the identification of Transfer DRG underpayments. Princeton,
By Eric Eyre Kanawha-Charleston Board of Health members don't just want a new chief health officer who can manage the department's 45 employees, enforce the county's 3-month-old smoking ban and oversee the agency's expected move to a new headquarters site next year.
A 2,000-gallon aquarium filled with fish from the Kanawha River will be on display in the parking lot of Laidley Tower at 500 Lee St. E. in downtown Charleston today and Wednesday.
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Broadway shows and water rockets are two good ways to get students back in the classroom during the summer. It's the kind of excitement and opportunity that the Upward Bound program has been providing since 1965 at West Virginia State University.
By TOM HINDMAN/DAILY MAIL PHOTO Chelle Davis and her son Knash, 2, from Cane Fork, take a stroll at Kanawha State Forest to savor the last bit of summer-like weather. Their dogs, Bonnie and Clyde, splash around in the pond. (c) 2008 Charleston Daily Mail. Provided by ProQuest LLC.
A Cross Lanes man was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting his niece. Michael Gene Parsons, 41, is being held at South Central Regional Jail. Nitro police arrived at a home on 15th Street at 3 p.m. Monday in response to a report of a sexual assault.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS West Virginia's fall forest fire season begins on Wednesday and lasts through the end of the year. During this period, outdoor burning is prohibited between the hours of 7 a.m. and 4 p.m.
- Withering but not falling off, as a blossom that persists on a twig after flowering.