- Giles County not expecting to be overwhelmed with virus cases
- Third COVID-19 patient reported in Tazewell County, individual contracted virus through 'community spread'
- Tazewell County reports fourth COVID-19 case, Buchanan County has first infection
- Social Security checks to continue uninterrupted
- Bluewell native to appear on ‘Ellen’s Game of Games’ Tuesday evening
- Health officials warn COVID-19 virus now spreading through community transmission in Wythe County
- Motorcyclist dies after College Ave. collision
- Health officials confirm Tazewell County COVID-19 cases are in Bluefield and Cedar Bluff areas
- ‘Community spread’: Multiple W.Va., Va. counties report new cases of coronavirus
- Probable cause found in case of Bluefield, Va., doctor accused of molesting a veteran
No one was injured after a Jeep Trail Blazer, that was traveling north, pulling a camper turned over at mile marker 2 on Interstate 77 Thursday morning. Both northbound lanes were completely blocked for about two hours while first responders cleared the debris from the scene.
Ebenezer United Methodist Church held there Sunday service in the parking lot outside the building. The first drive-in service for the church allowed the congregation to gather together in their own cars to worship. This is the third week the church as been closed due to the coronavirus COVID-19.
Princeton Community Hospital opens a drive through COVID-19 testing site at the Woman's Center entrance of the hospital. According to hospital officials, the testing will be conducted under a doctor's order only.
Cross Roads Church in Bluefield, W.Va. hosts a drive-in style church service in the parking Lot of Mitchell Stadium on Sunday. Those in attendance and home listeners tuned in to Kicks Country to hear Pastor Travis Lowe’s Sermon.