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Recent articles by Annie:

Former deputy pleads guilty to stealing from security firm

A former Raleigh County Sheriff’s deputy pleaded guilty by way of information on Wednesday to Obtaining Money by False Pretenses. → Read More

Summers County man indicted on a slew of new sexual abuse, child pornography charges

A Summers County man is facing a slew of new indictments following a Grand Jury meeting on Tuesday. → Read More

Nine years later, convicted killer seeks reconsideration of case in Raleigh County

A convicted killer made what could be his final plea for freedom in Raleigh County on Tuesday. → Read More

Shady Spring child wins 529 College Savings Sweepstakes

A little girl from Shady Spring won $20,000 to go toward her college education on Wednesday. → Read More

Fayette County man found guilty of murder sentenced to prison

A man found guilty of murder last August was sentenced in Fayette County on Monday. → Read More

W.Va. reports a ten-fold increase in deaths at Southern Regional Jail between 2018-2022

In response to a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request by WVVA News, the state is sharing new numbers that show a sharp rise in deaths at the facility -- from just one death in 2018 to ten in 2022. → Read More

Changes coming to the Affordable Care Act in 2023

Open enrollment for the Affordable Care Act (ACA) starts on November 1st, and we’re breaking down some of the changes this year. → Read More

Human remains found in Raleigh County

The Raleigh County Sheriff’s Dept. is investigating after human remains were found in Raleigh County on Monday. → Read More

Pocahontas County murder trial results in an acquittal

A Pocahontas County man was found ‘not guilty’ on Thursday after a trial this week in Marlinton. → Read More

Everything you need to know about logistics and safety precautions ahead of Bridge Day

Bridge Day returns Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to the Pandemic and organizers say there are a number of safety measures in place to ensure the public’s security. → Read More

Federal investigation underway at Southern Regional Jail

There were several new developments regarding a federal class action lawsuit filed on behalf of correctional officers and inmates at Southern Regional Jail (SRJ) on Tuesday. → Read More

Raleigh County to add ‘In God We Trust’ to all vehicles, patrol cars

The Raleigh County Commission has approved the addition of ‘In God We Trust’ to all of its county vehicles. → Read More

Raleigh County man charged with shooting and distributing videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct

A Raleigh County man is behind bars after State Police found evidence he was distributing videos of minors engaged in sexually explicit conduct. → Read More

Leaked internal email from Southern Regional Jail shows nearly 40 cells without water in November

Leaked internal email from Southern Regional Jail shows nearly 40 cells without water in November → Read More

W.Va. Speaker of House to push legislation to bring classroom aides to 1st & 2nd grades

Speaker of the House of Delegates, Roger Hanshaw, is working on a legislative plan to put teachers’ aides in all of the West Virginia’s first and second grade classrooms. → Read More

After another inmate death, House candidate calls on Justice to request special session

On Monday evening, House of Delegates candidate Christian Martine spoke at Southern Regional Jail in Raleigh County following the death of Wyoming County inmate Alvis Shrewsbury. → Read More

WVSOM helps test mine rescue teams with real world scenarios

It is day two of the International Mines Rescue Competition at the Mine Safety and Health Administration’s location in Beaver. → Read More

Beckley man advances on American Idol audition

A young Beckley man is getting his first big break on American Idol. → Read More

‘Project Healing Waters’ helps struggling veterans through fly fishing

According to the U.S. Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs, an average 22 veterans die by suicide every single day. → Read More

‘Project Healing Waters’ helps struggling veterans through fly fishing

According to the U.S. Dept. of Veterans’ Affairs, an average 22 veterans die by suicide every single day. → Read More