Preston County, WVWDTV

A Preston County man allegedly burned all his ex-girlfriend’s belongings after she wouldn’t contact him

PRESTON COUNTY, W.Va (WDTV) - A Preston County man has been charged after allegedly burning his ex-girlfriend’s belongings. The woman told police the 41-year old, Kenneth Cale had burnt all her clothing. According to the criminal complaint, Cale had left her three voicemails. In the first voicemail Cale allegedly threatened to burn her belongings if she did not contact him in five minutes. In the second, he gave her three minutes and in the last he said he was lighting the match and burning everything. The value to all the items burned is more than $500.
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5 Best Mexican Restaurants in West Virginia

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Public HealthWOWK

Will a mask mandate come back to West Virginia?

CHARLESTON, WV (WOWK) — With West Virginia seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases, and the more dangerous Delta variant, many people are wondering if mandatory mask-wearing will be making a comeback. For now, Governor Justice says no. “From the standpoint of masks, I think it’s way, way premature for us...
Pennsylvania StateThe Recorddelta

Rt. 33 wreck claims life of Pa. woman

BUCKHANNON — A two-vehicle accident on Rt. 33 East claimed the life of a woman from Pennsylvania Monday night. According to investigating officer Sgt. T. Posey, of the Buckhannon Police Department, Blanch Grannis was the victim of the fatal accident. The 84-year-old New Castle, Pennsylvania woman was reportedly pulling out of WBUC Rd. in a 2011 Chevy Cruz and attempting to cross the intersection near the Huddle House. Sgt. Posey said Grannis pulled out in front of a 2021 Subaru Forester traveling east on Rt. 33 that t-boned her car.
Clarksburg, WVWDTV

Senators Manchin and Capito and Representative McKinley urge EPA to address elevated levels of lead

CHARLESTION, W.Va (WDTV) - Today, U.S. Senators Joe Manchin and Shelley Moore Capito and Representative David McKinley urged Environmental Protection Agency Administrator, Michael Regan to address the elevated levels of lead found in the drinking water of homes served by the Clarksburg Water System. The members said in part, “We were concerned to learn of the elevated levels of lead in drinking water in certain homes in Clarksburg, West Virginia...we write to request immediate assistance from the Environmental Protection Agency in providing support for residents served by the Clarksburg Water System...”
Buckhannon, WVThe Recorddelta

Late night fire destroys Cardinal Street home

BUCKHANNON — A fire of unknown origin destroyed a local home in the early hours of Tuesday morning. The call for a structure fire at 10 Cardinal Street reportedly came in at 1:03 a.m. and Buckhannon Fire Department Captain Joey Baxa said firefighters were on scene quickly, although it was not known how long the fire had already been raging.
Lost Creek, WVWBOY

Human remains found in Lost Creek area

LOST CREEK, W.Va. — Human remains have been found in the area of Lost Creek. According to the Harrison County Sheriff’s Department, on Wednesday, individuals contacted deputies in reference to the discovery of human remains in a wooded area close to the town of Lost Creek. When deputies responded to...
Fairmont, WVWBOY

2 people charged after officers find 2 infants living in ‘deplorable conditions’ at Fairmont residence

FAIRMONT, W.Va. — Two people have been charged after officers found two infants living in “deplorable conditions” in a residence in Fairmont. On July 20, officers with the Fairmont Police Department were called to assist Child Protective Services with a well-being check taking place at a residence on 4th Street in Fairmont on two infants, according to a criminal complaint.