July 7, 2014

Mac McLean named Brooke football coach

Brooke names its new football coach.

Infant child found in shallow grave in Hardy County

Man and woman arrested near Morgantown after car chase.

Tomblin urges Congress to fix shortfall in federal Highway Trust Fund

The fund, which helps maintain roads, is set to expire in September

Nicholas County’s Mayes to compete in all-star prep football camp

Wil Mayes selected among the nation’s best.

Remains of missing Summersville Lake boater may have been located

The identification will not be official until conducted by Chief Medical Examiner

CDC study results similar to other reviews following water emergency

CASPER study took place in April after January spill.

Rep. McKinley meets with Clarksburg VA administration, seeks answers on wait times

He said more information is needed to ultimately get our nation's veterans care quickly

New job, new challenge for WV’s higher-ed vice chancellor

Matt Turner moving from Marshall to state higher education office.

Bridgeport bank robbery under investigation

Huntington Bank branch held up Monday.

Man killed in Hampshire County crash

Motorcycle accident happened July 4.

State officials call proposed animal ban list a ‘starting point’

Comments on the proposal will be accepted until Aug. 1.

Huntington back to work after Class AAA title game run

Huntington football coach Billy Seals breaks down his 2014 team, looking to get back to the state title game in Class AAA.

Big-hitting Cabrera regains winning touch at Greenbrier

The Argentine finally wins a non-major by finishing at 16-under for a two-stroke cushion.

The Greenbrier Classic winner: West Virginia

West Virginia is in constant need of good publicity. The last time anyone outside of the Mountain State heard about us, we were struggling through...

Comments being taken on proposed list of banned wild animals

A committee came up with the extensive list.

Former Mingo prosecutor to be sentenced Monday

Michael Sparks faces a possible year behind bars for depriving a man of his right to choose his counsel.

Major computer changeover for state government happens Tuesday

It's the next phase of a multi-year effort to streamline operations.

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