August 12, 2014

Heater expecting a more mature defense

Chuck Heater wants his defense to improve on last year's turn around.

WVU receiver signee Jacob McCrary says he’s headed to Marshall

McCrary was one of four West Virginia signees yet to receive NCAA clearance this summer.

Wheeling Park’s Johnson ‘probably’ to need season ending surgery

Standout junior running back Savion Johnson says he will probably need surgery on his knee, which would put him out for the 2014 season.

Judge denies WVU’s request for gag order in media rights lawsuit

Judge Thomas Evans declined to prohibit comment on "matters of public interest" within the athletics department.

Manchin tours fire-damaged Matoaka

Senator urges quick cleanup.

Marshall changes soft drink vendor

MU goes from Pepsi to Coke.

K.J. Dillon ‘full-go’ after returning from ankle injury

Defensive notebook: Isaiah Bruce sizes up his differences with junior college transfer Ed Muldrow.

O’Toole fine-tunes drops to battle Big 12 wind

West Virginia's second-team all-conference punter focuses on limiting bad kicks.

Coal River Mining announces layoff plans

WARN notice issued for 280 workers.

Victim of fatal single-vehicle accident in Harrison County identified

Tamar Davis' vehicle ran off the road, flipped over while she was ejected

OSHA finds violations at McDowell federal prison

Investigators said the problems lead to workers being exposed to bloodborne pathogens.

Columbia: West Virginia to provide more natural gas for nation

Company announces new pipeline to begin in Marshall County.

Fairer weather needed for State Fair

Fair manager says wet weather has hurt attendance so far.

Deputies seek information on missing teen

Girl went missing from her Cross Lanes home Sunday morning

Flooding possible in north central counties

NWS says ground already saturated.

A return to the team for teen convicted in Steubenville rape case

Ma'Lik Richmond completed his sentence in January. He will have to register as a sex offender for 20 years.

Wahama with key losses, but strength back along the offensive line

Wahama looks to stay in the upper echelon of Class A after recent playoff runs that resulted in a state title, runner-up finish, semifinal appearance and quarterfinal run since 2010.

NAPA Auto Parts Gold & Blue Now: Aug. 12

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In this edition of the NAPA Auto Parts Gold and Blue Now, head coach Dana Holgorsen meets with the media and discusses the...

Raines departure leaves vacancy on House ballot

Since West Virginia House of Delegates member Suzette Raines (R-Kanawha) has filed notice with the Secretary of State’s office that she’s withdrawing her candidacy in...

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