State says 84 projects from 2016 flood remain to be completed 

By Stephen Baldwin, RealWV Seven and a half years ago, southern West Virginia was struck by a disastrous flooding event that killed 23 people and caused millions in damages.  During a mid-December meeting of the Legislature’s Joint Committee on Flooding, Director GE McCabe of the West Virginia Emergency Management Division (WVEMD) disclosed to lawmakers that […]

State of Emergency declared in Kanawha County due to flooding

By RealWV staff, After two days of torrential rains, a state of emergency was declared by the county commission this morning. According to Meteorologist Brandon Stover, this morning Kelley’s Creek west of Mammoth received 9 inches of rain, Slaughter’s Creek received 4-6 inches, and Hopkins Fork/Seth in Boone County received 8 inches. These amounts appear […]