February 1, 2017

DHHR, tax department announce spending cut measures

The DHHR will not move forward with a new eligibility system, and the Tax Department will stop sending 1099 forms to taxpayers.

Former Weirton Steel property sold

Buffalo, N.Y.-Frontier Group of Companies bought the mill site Wednesday.

Perry named BOE member; Campbell likely president

Special meeting to beef up depleted board expected Thursday.

Princeton man found guilty in death of ex-wife

William Seal was found guilty of the June 2015 death of Ashley Seal.

Moats, Rubenstein announce retirements

State Alcohol Beverage Control Administration Commissioner Ronald Moats and state Department of Corrections Commissioner Jim Rubenstein will retire later this year.

South Charleston proposing TIF District, millions in economic development projects

Mayor says early reception for Park Place project has been positive.

West Virginia likes potential over pomp in 50th-ranked class

Reaction from head coach Dana Holgorsen and his assistants after national signing day.

MetroNews boys basketball Power Index: Week 4

The fourth edition of the 2017 boys basketball power index, presented by AARP.

Charleston restaurant comes down with quick rebuild promised

Wendy's has been opened near Civic Center since mid-70's.

Sale is final, but future of former U.S. Sugar Grove Naval Station still a question

A Pendleton County delegate says the property's buyer has no "concrete reuse plans."

Fayette County Sheriff’s Department busts school break-in suspect with K-9 help

"We are also extremely proud of Pappy for leading us right to the suspect's residence."

Manchin to vote against DeVos’ confirmation

Senator says nominee's background doesn't match up well with Mountain State.

UPDATE: Jenkins: Stream Protection Rule will be overturned soon

The rule dealing with water protections near mine sites was implemented in the closing days of President Barack Obama's Administration.

Fala out as W.Va. DNR Director

Fala pens e-mail to agency employees saying Friday will be his last day.

Lunch Report: The impact of West Virginia’s win in Ames

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — This time, West Virginia’s rise to No. 7 in the AP poll didn’t signal a letdown. The Gold & Blue Lunch Report...

Governor Justice responds to school board resignations via Twitter

'The people are demanding a new playbook for our schools and I will deliver.'

Signing day: Bios on the new Mountaineers

Follow along on national signing day as West Virginia football commitments become signees.

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