Graduation rates in WV hit record highs

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WVVA)- According to data released by the West Virginia Department of Education (WVDE), West Virginia’s cohort graduation rates have hit record highs. The 2018-19 school year data show

NRCTC hosts ‘Tech Expo’

GHENT, W.Va. (WVVA) Newly trained workers at New River Community and Technical College showcased their skills to potential employers on Wednesday. The demonstrations were part

March Gradness results

(WVVA) The 2019 March Gradness fundraiser at Grants Supermarkets collected more than $26,000 for area high schools. It’s a fundraising competition to help students have

Prom Promise at Richlands High

Richlands High School prom is happening Saturday. In an effort to help keep them safe, the Richlands Fire and Rescue squad hosted a demonstration showing

WVVA WEATHER AUTHORITY

Bland
38°
Hinton
41°
Wytheville
40°
Lewisburg
35°
Welch
42°
Grundy
38°
Fayetteville
40°
Union
32°
Marlinton
35°
Spotty mix/drizzle possible overnight, cool and dry Wednesday to follow

Spotty mix/drizzle possible overnight, cool and dry Wednesday to follow

A weak area of low pressure riding over the area tonight will keep us mainly cloudy through early Wednesday morning.

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Vehicle break-ins in Fayette County

FAYETTE COUNTY, W.Va. (WVVA)- ***** PUBLIC ASSISTANCE NEEDED ***** The individuals pictured are suspects in several vehicle break-ins that occurred

2 captured, 3 wanted in latest APB report

We have two captures and three new wanted individuals in this week's All Points Bulletin report.

WV Senators encourage citizens to conduct broadband speed tests, report results

Speed tests help create accurate coverage maps that determine the amount of federal broadband funding West Virginia receives. 

Staying safe and healthy in the woods this hunting season

The forests of West Virginia will be filled with hunters Monday as "buck firearms" season begins.

Detective S.M. Severt recognized as Princeton Police Department’s ‘Officer of the Year’

PRINCETON, W.Va.(WVVA)- The Princeton Police Department has recognized Detective S.M. Severt as “Officer of the Year.” Severt has been a