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

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Snow showers Sunday & wind chills -15 to -30 Sunday night

Snow showers Sunday & wind chills -15 to -30 Sunday night

(WVVA) Arctic air will continue to surge into the area Sunday, causing more snow showers and dangerously cold wind chills

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