February 6, 2017

West Virginia celebrates Black History Month

Celebration and awards ceremony was held Monday at the state Culture Center.

DHHR to distribute 16,000 doses of overdose antidote across Mountain State

Naloxone heading this week to non-EMS first responders.

Manchin maintains opposition as DeVos vote draws near

Senator Capito will vote in favor of controversial education secretary nominee.

Jail time after Facebook rant that targeted police

Matthew Furby asks for a second chance.

WVU president on free speech: “Universities are places of ideas”

"We ought to allow those ideas to flourish on a university campus. And, any time that anyone wants to protest an idea, as long as it's done peacefully and civilly, I'm fine," said Gordon Gee

From basketball arena to State of the State, new Gov. Jim Justice says he’s ready

Justice acknowledges $500 million budget hole will cause pain but says W.Va. can't cut to point that economic engine won't run.

Coal has little bounce after hitting bottom

WVU expert says there's no reason to be overly optimistic.

Loss to OSU shows Mountaineers’ maddening inconsistency

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report examines the fallout from West Virginia's second home loss to a double-digit underdog.

Prosecutor: Elkins Police Department probing high school fight

It is unclear the extent of the injuries suffered by either juvenile involved in the fight.

Kirk promoted to deputy secretary of MAPS

Secretary Jeff Sandy made the announcement Monday.

Charges filed in connection to Grafton PD shooting; Taylor County Sheriff not facing leave

Kyle Jenkins, 24, of Grafton, is accused of two counts of attempted murder.

Keystone Drive reopens nearly 2 years after Yeager hillside collapse

State DOT crews began laying gravel on the road Friday.

Buckhannon-Upshur adds new flavor to Class AAA title mix

Buckhannon-Upshur has several big wins in 2016-2017, looking for an eventual deeper state tournament run.

Coal’s reprieve: Congress undoing Obama’s attempt to bury mining

The new Congress has made quick work of former President Obama’s last-minute attempt to finish off the coal industry. Both the House and Senate used...

Lawyer in drug wholesaler suits expecting many other West Virginia towns and counties to take legal action

"We intend to sue every bad actor--either pharmacist or physician," Charleston-based attorney Rusty Webb said.

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