Crews are working at the scene where a large tree came down along Edgewood Drive. Appalachian Power is working to remove the tree and fix the power lines that came down.

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22 September 2018
Crews are working at the scene where a large tree came down along Edgewood Drive. Appalachian Power is working to remove the tree and fix the power lines that came down.
9 month ago
Chloe, West Virginia shooting at N/A: 1 injured
9 month ago
Bluefield, West Virginia shooting at N/A: no casualities
9 month ago
Hurricane, West Virginia shooting at Clymer Creek Rd and WV 34: 1 injured
Two people from Mexico pleaded guilty Wednesday to immigration crimes, U.S. Attorney Carol Casto says. Rogelio Herrera-Hernandez, 50, and Jose Martinez-Santos, 30, entered guilty pleas to illegally reentering the United States after having been removed.
Police say a fugitive suspected of shooting at officers in Ohio during a high-speed chase has been arrested. Wooster police say James Schmidt, who's also known as Bubba, was arrested Tuesday evening near Gallipolis Ferry, West Virginia, when police spotted him leaving a pawn shop. A woman was with him.
Two vehicles collided head-on shortly after 6 a.m. in the 3100 Block of Greenbrier Street in the Rutledge area. Two occupants were trapped inside one of the vehicles. One person has been transported to the local hospital.
A car fire closed two lanes along I-77 South Monday morning. Charleston Police say the car is totally destroyed after the fire near the Westmoreland exit. CPD say no one was injures in the fire.
A fire broke out inside an apartment in Hometown along State Route 62 shortly after 5 a.m. Monday. One person was inside, but made it out safety.
Part of a road in Dunbar is shut down due to a structure fire. Dispatchers tell us the 4100 block of Washington Street West is closed Saturday night. They say it's a working structure fire.
The entrance and exit ramps of I-64 East are closed at MacCorkle Ave. in South Charleston after a semi overturned. It happened a little before 4:30 Friday morning. Crews are working to get the driver out. There's no word on injuries.
A traffic alert out of Dunbar Thursday morning involving a large hole. The 300 block of 24th Street is closed because of a sinkhole.
Huntington Police on scene of city's 15th homicide this year
Sheriff's deputies in Monongalia County have obtained an arrest warrant for a man wanted in connection with the robbery of the High Life Lounge. Curtis Goodman, 43 of Morgantown, will be charged with second-degree robbery, according to a press release from the Monongalia County Sheriff's Office.
Emergency crews are on the scene of an accident in the 1200 block of Greenbrier Street in Charleston. The accident occurred shortly after 6:00 a.m. Tuesday morning.
A woman is dead after being hit by a train in Kanawha County. Dispatchers say it happened at the Coalburg Crossing in East Bank
A West Virginia prison employee has been arrested as a fugitive of justice out of New York. Sheriff Fridley says the arrest was made in the Cannelton area of Fayette County. Frank Jones, 46, of Scarbro, was wanted by the New York Police Department.
Charleston: A man was arrested late Friday night after police say he poured boiling water on his wife. A criminal complaint says about 11:15 Friday night, police were called to an apartment on Laura Lane in Charleston. They say David Linsell poured boiling hot water on his wife, causing second or third degree burns on her neck, shoulder and back.
10 month ago
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A sharp eye from a Kanawha County Deputy may leave a man facing charges related to two stolen vehicles. Thursday morning a deputy spotted a vehicle that had been reported stolen from South Charleston, a 2016 Buick Encore in the 400 block of Hampshire Drive in Jefferson.
Two brothers are facing charges Wednesday after an attempted murder in the Victor area of Fayette County. Fayette County Sheriff's deputies say Michael Todd Johnson, 40, and Joshua Wayne Johnson, 22, were arrested Wednesday after the incident on Saturday.
Jackson County: Fire extensively damaged a home Monday night in the Fairplain area, Ripley firefighters say. It happened at the beginning of Shamblin Run Road. No one was hurt
Logan: A man is in serious condition after he was hit twice by two different cars while walking along a road.
10 month ago
Charleston, West Virginia shooting at Red Oak St: no casualities
Charleston: At least 3,000 people are without power on Oakhurst Drive, according to Appalachian Power. Metro 911 says Oakhurst Drive is closed Saturday night due to downed power lines
Charleston: Sheriff's Deputies are actively searching for an individual along Evergreen St. in Charleston. As of right now it is unknown if the person they are looking for is related to the home invasion along Albert St. That incident left one person dead, three others with gunshot wounds. A Charleston Police officer was also hit by the gunfire. He was wearing a bullet-proof vest and is expected to be okay.
Huntington: Police has released the name of a man who died after the wheelchair he was in was hit by a vehicle. Bobby Smith Jr., 53, died Wednesday evening while he was crossing the road on the city's west end. According to police, Smith Jr. was attempting to cross Madison Avenue at 20th Street West when he was hit by an SUV going westbound on Madison Avenue.
Huntington: A man has been taken to the hospital after being shot in the stomach and forearm. The shooting happened about 3:15 Wednesday morning at Rotary Garden Apartments along Smith Dr. off Norway Avenue
Charleston: Firefighters responded to a house fire Monday night. It happened just before 8 p.m. along Washington Street West. According to crews on scene, the home appeared to be vacant. No injuries were reported.
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