On this West Virginia Morning, we take a deep dive into the mosh pit and the hardcore music scene of Roanoke, Virginia with music photographer Chelse Warren. Inside Appalachia Host Mason Adams has more.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The community has not received a disaster declaration from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) yet. If there is a FEMA declaration there will be public and individual assistance. Public assistance will aid in recovering infrastructure while individual assistance will help homeowners.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Moments after she ended the call the river had breached its five-foot banks. She looked up stream and saw waves of turbulent water coming towards her. "It literally looked like the dam opened," Anna Goodnight said.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The Kanawha County Commission allocated more money to aid flooded communities and is working with state and local officials to secure more.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Sigman said the quick response from residents, first responders, and state and local officials resulted in better outcomes for the safety of residents. The National Weather Service said it received its first call about flooding at 6:45 a.m. By 7a.m. a warning had been issued and sirens were activated.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
“These are our people, we have to help." WVPB speaks with community members affected by recent flooding in Kanawha County. The communities around Slaughter, Witcher, Fields, Kelly and Horse Mill Creek had six to nine inches of precipitation through Monday morning.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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