January 23, 2017

Justice appoints new minority affairs director

Governor says Bill White will bring "fresh perspective" to office.

WV Young Democrats work to regain ground following inauguration, election

Youth-led organization hold strategy session last week to plan for 2018.

Capito signs on to support Affordable Care Act substitute

The "Patient Freedom Act," designed to be a partial replacement for the Affordable Care Act, was proposed Monday.

Rain, snow affect Mountain State to begin workweek

Minor flooding possible in low-lying areas while mountain counties get snow.

Wood County Commission not a fan of I-77 tolls

Commissioners say tolls should be an option for new highway construction, but not existing roadways to generate revenue

Three arrested in Martinsburg slaying

Ramon Walker was found dead in his apartment Jan. 12.

Jenkins predicts short life for Stream Protection Rule

Controversial measure went into effect last Thursday.

New trial date set for Kanawha County man charged with murder

Antonio Williams, accused of killing Shannon Cade at Charleston home in 2016, is set to go on trial April 17.

Gold & Blue Lunch: What’s next for West Virginia after Harley decommits?

The Mountaineers are pursuing other receivers, including a four-star prospect graded a few spots higher than Harley.

McKinley, higher education leaders announce research agreement

Attempt to diversify Ohio Valley's economy.

Flood recovery projects planned in Richwood, Clendenin

Seven months after the June flood, president of Neighbors Loving Neighbors said cooperation on long-term housing solutions for flood victims continues.

Inactive grenade found in carry-on at Yeager Airport

Terminal cleared for several minutes.

Harrison County senator: Regional airport good example for future economic diversification

"It's a tremendous thing going on in North Central West Virginia, and it's as important as any of our other sectors."

University’s Schmidle cautious about No. 1 ranking

University is looking for first state tournament berth since 1994 and finds itself atop the MetroNews Power Index.

Capito: McConnell now on board for permanent fix to help retired miners

The Senate majority leader has introduced his own bill.

President Trump quickly turns the page on energy

Candidate Donald Trump pledged to put coal miners back to work. It was a bold promise since there are multiple factors that have contributed to...

New director of addiction services working within Marshall’s School of Medicine

Bob Hansen brings decades of behavioral health experience to the job.

Inmate killed at Mount Olive

Man attacked in recreation area.

‘White hat’ hackers, trained in W.Va., ride to the rescue

Marshall University trains students to protect digital assets or to gather evidence in cyber-crimes.

Seatbelt testimony question to come before lawmakers

Trial lawyers say legislature has more important issues to deal with.

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