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August 31, 2014

MetroNews High School Football Power Rankings: Week 2

The MetroNews high school football power rankings are voted upon weekly by a panel of 25 radio broadcasters and sports writers across West Virginia.

Body pulled from Kanawha River

Charleston police investigating Sunday discovery.

Human remains found in Kanawha County

Investigation underway after Sunday discovery.

Upon Further Review: Mountaineers battle Bama

Soundbites, footage and photos tell the story from West Virginia's 33-23 loss to Alabama.

Photo gallery: Man 32, Logan 26 (OT)

Photos by Boothe Davis, Captured by the Moment Photography of Man's 32-26 (OT) win over Logan in week one of the season.

Photo gallery: Jefferson 48, Spring Mills 24

Jefferson defeated Spring Mills 48-24 in week one of the high school football season.

Photo gallery: Mingo Central 37, Wyoming East 28

Photos by Wes Wilson Photography of Class AA No. 8 Mingo Central's 37-28 win over No. 10 Wyoming East.

UMWA set to rally in Racine

Democratic candidates scheduled to speak at 76th annual event.

Photo gallery: Cabell Midland 63, Riverside 13

Photos of John Hagley Photography from Cabell Midland's 63-13 week one win over Riverside.

Gupta looking forward to water commission challenges

Kanawha public health leader appointed by Senate president.

Photo gallery: Huntington 37, Hurricane 6

Photos from HuntingtonHighlanders.com of Huntington's 37-6 win over Hurricane.

Body found along Ohio River

West Virginia police called in as part of investigation.

Mountaineers had their moments—just need more

Allan Taylor's column from West Virginia's 33-23 loss to Alabama.

Watch: Saban lauds West Virginia’s offense, Kiffin’s debut

Nick Saban news conference after Alabama downed West Virginia 33-23 on Saturday night.

Photo gallery: University 21, John Marshall 12

University beat John Marshall 21-12 in week one of the high school football season.

Watch: Holgorsen’s postgame comments after Chick-fil-A loss

WVU's coach sizes up a 33-23 loss to No. 2 Alabama.

Photo gallery: Martinsburg 24, H.D. Woodson (DC) 7

​Class AAA No. 1 Martinsburg defeated H.D. Woodson 24-7 in week one of the high school football season.

Mountaineers only catch whiff of Tide’s slippery QB

West Virginia has chances but fails to register a sack against Blake Sims.

Photo gallery: WVU can’t quite turn the Tide

Action photos from the Chick-fil-A Kickoff game where West Virginia and No. 2 Alabama open the college football season.

Despite loss, Trickett has WVU back in passing lane

West Virginia's quarterback threw for 365 yards against Alabama despite numerous drops.

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