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Stories of the Week: September 25 through October 1

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. One person was injured Thursday in Harrison County in a vehicle accident involving a school bus. Morgantown High School students held a walkout to protest a county policy that led to the banning of pride flags. WVU Medicine Children’s […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for September 30

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

WVU issues campus warning after report of shot fired

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University has issued a campus warning to students and employees following a report of a shot being fired. According to a press release, the university is encouraging people to be vigilant after University Police received a report of a single shot fired into the air in the Area 1 parking […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: September 18 through September 24

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. A private school in Harrison County has implemented a policy to allow students to carry pocket knives. A WWII-era ship docked in Charleston, more than 70 years after landing on the beaches of Normandy. Tickets for flights are now […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for September 23

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: September 11 through September 17

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. Gov. Jim Justice has signed an abortion bill passed in the West Virginia Legislature. West Virginia State Police confirmed that a 17-month-old boy drowned in a pond last weekend in Harrison County. Following a gun retailer’s decision not to […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for September 16

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

4 people injured in Fairmont fire

FAIRMONT, W.Va. – Multiple people were injured early Thursday in a house fire in Marion County. The incident happened just after 1 a.m., along Carleton Street in Fairmont. According to emergency officials on scene, four people were taken to either Fairmont Medical Center or Ruby Memorial Hospital for treatment. At least one person was trapped […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: September 4 through September 10

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. Authorities recovered human remains found by a hiker at Coopers Rock State Forest. West Virginia University confirmed that a student has tested positive for monkeypox. A gun shop that was set to open along University Avenue in Morgantown will […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for September 9

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: August 28 through September 3

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. A code blue was called at North Marion High School when three students suffered “a medical issue.” An electric battery maker plans to locate a factory in Taylor County. Dominion Energy West Virginia has officially become Hope Gas, and […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for September 2

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: August 14 through August 20

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. A man was killed after a truck caught fire along Interstate 79 in Marion County. A Monongalia County deputy is accused of depriving a man of his civil rights in a 2018 incident. Ginseng permits are set to go […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for August 19

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: August 7 through August 13

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. Three people were killed Thursday in a plane crash in Marion County. Public comments are being accepted on work to complete Corridor H. A new bridge spanning Route 50 to the North View neighborhood of Clarksburg has opened to […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for August 12

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: July 31 through August 6

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. Former Salem College and Pittsburgh Steelers player Jack Deloplaine has died at the age of 68. A Morgantown native is set to appear on a Food Network series to show off his barbeque skills. A World War II veteran celebrated his 100th birthday in Harrison County. → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for August 5

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More

Stories of the Week: July 24 through July 30

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – Here are some of the top stories this week on the WBOY 12News Facebook page. The state of West Virginia has listed five banks as ineligible for state banking contracts over their boycotting of fossil fuel companies. Starbucks has announced it will no longer open a new location along University Avenue in Morgantown. Drivers […] → Read More

Coronavirus Active Case Trends: north central West Virginia recap for July 29

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – 12 News is producing a weekly look at the trends in active coronavirus cases in north central West Virginia. This recap is released on Fridays, and it shows how the number of active cases has changed from the previous Friday. For the purposes of this report, these recaps will focus on Barbour, […] → Read More