Joshua Redwine, WBOY 12News

Joshua Redwine

WBOY 12News

Clarksburg, WV, United States

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Here’s how Hurricane Ian will impact West Virginia weather

Hurricane Ian made landfall as a Category 4 hurricane along Florida’s western coast near Cayo Costa Island at 3:05 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28. → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Grand Slam Grill

In the heart of Tucker County, a fairly new restaurant—the Grand Slam Grill—sits beside the baseball field in Parsons. → Read More

Things to Do Near You: Green Bank Observatory

GREEN BANK, W.Va. (WBOY) — Have you ever wondered how we know what we know about the universe? Well, right here in West Virginia, sits one of the most influential places in the United States that gives us that information. The Green Bank Observatory studies astronomy using the Green Bank Telescope, but this is not […] → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Alpine Lodge and Restaurant

ALPENA W.Va. (WBOY) — If you ever find yourself heading through the outskirts of Randolph County and are looking for a quality meal, then we have you covered! Situated just 11 miles east of Elkins on Route 33 is Alpine Lodge & Restaurant. Serving up a variety of dishes, that are sure to indulge your […] → Read More

Things to Do Near You: Snowshoe Mountain

If you’re looking to get away from the scorching heat and want to disconnect from the electronics, Snowshoe Mountain is the place for you. → Read More

Nexstar Founder’s Day: United Way partner agency, Harrison County YMCA

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — The United Way of Harrison and Doddridge Counties help fund their partner agency, Harrison County YMCA to provide after school programs, swim lessons, and youth activities for children who may not have the financial means necessary. “United Way funds help assist those families whether it is 100% or whatever percentage under a hundred to […] → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Grumpy’z Pizza and Deli

For this week’s Restaurant Road Trip, we headed over to Barbour County to check out Grumpy’z Pizza & Deli. → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: The Springs Soup & Sandwich

The Springs Soup & Sandwich has been open for about three and a half years, serving the residents of Webster County. → Read More

Nutter Fort Intermediate holds Career Day

Students at Nutter Fort Intermediate spent their Friday morning learning about different careers available when they grow up at the school’s Career Day. → Read More

Winter returns for the weekend as snow chances increase

CLARKSBURG W.Va. – Wintry precipitation and snow chances are increasing as we head into the weekend. STORMTRACKER ALERT A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the mountains of north-central West Virginia and mountain Maryland. The advisory is in effect for Garrett, Tucker, Randolph, southeastern Webster, northwestern Pocahontas, western Pendleton, western Grant, and eastern Preston […] → Read More

Severe Weather Awareness Week 2022: Flood Safety

CLARKSBURG W.Va. – Flooding is the largest severe weather threat, not only here in north-central West Virginia but across the entire country. The topography of West Virginia causes flooding to be very prominent, due to the valley’s and mountain passes. Low-lying areas along streams, creeks, and rivers also see flooding fairly regularly due to water […] → Read More

Radiosonde found in north-central West Virginia

A radiosonde is a weather instrument that is carried through the atmosphere by a balloon filled with helium. → Read More

STORMTRACKER ALERT: Tornado Watch through 10 p.m.

A Tornado Watch has been issued for Harrison, Marion, Monongalia, Wetzel, Tyler, Pleasants, Ritchie, Gilmer, Calhoun, Wirt, and Wood counties until 10:00 p.m. Wednesday night. → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Hot Diggety Dawgs

A new Salem restaurant is bringing a unique style of hot dog to Harrison County. → Read More

What permanent Daylight Saving Time would mean for West Virginia

If Daylight Saving Time became permanent, West Virginia would see later sunrises and sunsets in the winter. → Read More

Heritage Christian School celebrates Dr. Seuss Week

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. – Many of us have read a Dr. Seuss book at some point in our lives and this school wanted to take time to acknowledge all of his great work. Heritage Christian School took the week of Feb. 28 to March 4 to celebrate Dr. Seuss. Each day of the week had a […] → Read More

Flood threat through the end of the workweek for north central West Virginia

Flood threat through the end of the workweek for north-central West Virginia. → Read More

Restaurant Road Trip: Von Blaze

Located right in the heart of downtown Morgantown is Von Blaze. Many may know it being a food truck, however just at the start of 2022, the husband and wife team which owns the truck decided to put down some more permanent roots. → Read More

Rainy, icy, snowy mess expected through Friday

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A major storm is headed our way as we are looking at rain, then freezing rain, sleet, and snow potentially impacting our Thursday and Friday. STORMTRACKER ALERTS: An Areal Flood Watch has been issued for Tyler, Pleasants, Wood, Ritchie, and Wirt counties through 1 AM Friday morning and for Garrett, Grant and […] → Read More

More snow for north-central West Virginia

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – A winter weather advisory has been issued from 7 AM Sunday morning to 7 PM Sunday evening for Harrison, Taylor, Barbour, Tucker, Preston, Monongalia, Marion, Wetzel, Tyler, Doddridge, Pleasants, Wood and Ritchie counties and until 1 AM Monday morning for Grant, and Garrett counties. Snow showers are expected to begin moving into […] → Read More