5 News Top Stories
Ever since Rocco Zuccaro escaped Sharpe Hospital on Monday, Krista Luzader, an employee at the Valer...
Even with some colder temperatures coming our way, we got a taste of the warm weather this week and ...
The usually bustling streets of Morgantown are empty, seemingly haunted by the ghosts of students on...
More Local Headlines
33-year-old Jeremiah Doddrill from Harrison County is behind bars after police say he was making Met...
Earlier this week, the Clarksburg Water Board voted to allow the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to t...
A man from Taylor County was arrested Wednesday for apparently sexually assaulting a teenaged girl. ...
The Rivesville softball field that really needed help for the girls to be able to play on is getting...
Whatever happens at the Sweet 16 game where West Virginia takes on Kentucky, local businesses have a...
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has vetoed a bill to let businesses pay for minor roa...
304 Sports Headlines
5 News Most Popular
Notre Dame faces Wichita State -- Which team took a step closer to the Final Four?
Indiana Governor Mike Pence authorized a short-term needle exchange program in an effort to help contain an HIV outbreak in the state.
New York City's Mayor Bill de Blasio said a building fire in Manhattan's East Village may have been caused by a gas-related leak. The gas lead to an explosion that engulfed an entire building in flames. CBS News' Jericka Dunca reports on the latest details from the scene.
3/26: What co-pilot did in final moments of Germanwings flight; Sex parties, prostitutes and the DEA in Colombia
Prosecutors revealed that it was the co-pilot of Germanwings Flight 9525, Andreas Lubitz, who deliberately drove the plane into the ground in southern France; and, a Justice Department watchdog report claims DEA agents participated in sex parties with prostitutes in Colombia over several years between 2005 and 2008.
Meteorologists say a twister that killed a man near Tulsa traveled in the path of several others in recent years is more coincidental than anything else
U.S. pilots legally required to disclose mental health issues, expert says, "but, of course, people can lie"
"We need to make sure they can get the help they need and then come back to work when they are fit to fly," says Capt. Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger