August 26, 2014

Women wanted in robbery investigation arrested in Florida

Alisyn Proctor and Telisa McCauley in custody.

FBI updates legislators on new technologies developing in Clarksburg

The committee met with the CJIS and talked about updates to information sharing services

Stakeholders attempting to work out tank law issues

Plans for special session hit roadblock.

Coalfields Expressway project announced

Construction could begin on section of highway near Mullens next year.

Arrest made in Princeton bank robbery

Man says he's already spent the money.

Casino loses smoking battle in Hancock County

Health board votes 5-0 to ban smoking beginning next July.

Federal information filed in case against Bridgeport mayor

Typically, such a document indicates the defendant is cooperating with the prosecution

Watch: Holgorsen knows Alabama presents ‘opportunity’ for WVU

The Mountaineers coach staged his weekly news conference Tuesday afternoon at the Milan Puskar Center.

WATCH: Holliday’s weekly news conference

Doc Holliday addresses the media ahead of Saturday's opener against Miami (OH).

Truck driver cited in school bus wreck

9 kids taken to hospital as a precautionary measure.

Commerce Secretary: Five companies interested in former Coldwater Creek distribution site

The huge site in Wood County has been empty since the company's bankruptcy.

Charleston mayor calls for special prosecutor to review Gardner case

A malicious wounding charge against state Supreme Court Justice Margaret Workman's son was dropped last week.

Record crowd anticipated for annual Chamber Business Summit

Activities begin Wednesday at The Greenbrier.

Search expanded for missing Kanawha Co. teen

Deputies now looking in Parkersburg, Athens, and Columbus, Ohio areas for Ericka Brown

Former U.N. ambassador to visit West Virginia

John Bolton is scheduled to be part of the state Republican Party's Freedom Dinner in September.

The Blitz – Week 1: Early favorites in each class

Garrett Cullen and Fred Persinger look at some of the early favorites heading into week one of the 2014 high school football season.

Still many unknowns about Miami

With a new coach, new scheme and new quarterback Miami is a bit of a mystery.

Five cities make home rule pitch as legislators observe

Buckhannon, Clarksburg, Fairmont, Morgantown and Shinnston laid out their plans to the Municipal Home Rule Board

Forced resignation at DOH adds to investigation intrigue

The forced resignation of high-ranking state Division of Highways administrator Bob Andrew last Friday came just days after Andrew’s name surfaced during a plea hearing...

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