January 6, 2014

Harris on WVU’s escape at Texas Tech: ‘We just grinded it out’

Contained during the first half, Big 12's leading scorer provides a spark when WVU needed it late.

Henderson reflects on game-tying 3-pointer

Guard finished 4-of-6 from 3-point range, none bigger than the one to force OT.

West Virginia edges Texas Tech in OT

After Terry Henderson kept the Mountaineers alive in regulation, they go on to win 89-86.

State ABCA to hold hearing on Cross Lanes club license

License suspended for second 10-day period after Christmas night shooting.

WVU presidential search committee appointed

22-member committee will have a busy six months.

Mountain State bundle up

Shelters open with record cold.

Helmick wants to keep controversial loan program with changes

Lawmakers discuss auditor of state Department of Agriculture.

Fake mine foreman sentenced

Federal prosecutors said the Mercer County man claimed he was a mine foreman when he was not.

Baby found in stolen vehicle, suspect in custody

Multiple police officers were looking for vehicle.

Two killed in separate weekend accidents

State Police troopers are investigating.

Stay warm. Stay safe.

The rules of using alternative heating sources from the experts.

Flu? Achoo! Shots encouraged as state endures outbreak

Flu virus is spreading throughout West Virginia, says health department official.

Too cold for school?

When is cold too cold?

WVU doctor weighs in on Jahi McMath case

Dr. Alvin Moss, director of WVU's Center for Health Ethics and Law, says the California teenager is dead.

OPINION: Doc on Louisville’s list?

Doc Holliday has turned around Marshall's football program, could he be a candidate to replace Charlie Strong at Louisville?

Appalachian crews on alert after 5,300 customers lose power amid deep freeze

Appalachian Power expecting high demand during low temperatures.

Changes made in trout stocking list

Stocking underway for new year

House Minority Leader says lawmakers need to take ‘strong’ steps to turn around economy

Delegate Tim Armstead says Governor Earl Ray Tomblin cannot paint a 'rosy' economic picture during his State of the State Address.

Drawing to determine fishing tournaments at Stonewall Jackson

The DNR will allow only ten tournament dates in the first year the lake is open for competitive fishing events.

Herd runs by Presbyterian 77-49

The win snaps a three game losing streak.

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