Drunk driving on your own property could soon be legal in W.Va.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WVVA) It could soon be legal to drive on your own property while intoxicated. Legislation passed in the West Virginia House of Delegates on Thursday that would protect

Delegate Porterfield, District 27

After trying something he’d never done before and beating the odds as a result, Eric Porterfield was elected into the West Virginia House of Delegates

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Slick roads, dangerous cold into Monday

Slick roads, dangerous cold into Monday

A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is in effect for Tazewell, Mercer, Summers, and Monroe counties until 12:00 PM Monday. See advisory

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