February 7, 2017

One dead, another critically wounded in Charleston shooting

The shooting happened in Charleston’s West Side district around 6:20 p.m.

Charleston shooting suspect indicted on federal gun charges

William Pulliam, 62, of Charleston, is a suspect in the shooting death of 15-year-old James Means.

Teacher of the Year to be presented new car, check

Gov. Jim Justice's office will award Toni Poling with a new Toyota and a check from Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield West Virginia.

Armstead, Carmichael expect Justice to propose budget cuts in State of the State Address

Justice is scheduled to deliver his address Wednesday night.

Scientists at W.Va. colleges present findings from economic, community impact research projects

Presentations were given Tuesday at BridgeValley Community and Technical College in South Charleston.

Fairmont State names three presidential candidate finalists

Interviews are scheduled on campus beginning Feb. 13.

WVU celebrates 150 years of mountaineer history

On Feb. 7, 1867, Governor Arthur I. Boreman signed a bill to create the Agriculture College of West Virginia.

DeVos confirmed; WVEA leader says it’s now wait and see

Vice President Mike Pence breaks 50-50 tie.

Body of Marshall student found after Guyandotte River search

Search began after eyewitnesses saw man jump from I-64 bridge in Cabell County.

Audit recommends lawmakers make significant changes to Health Care Authority

Report says Certificate of Need process ineffective.

Supreme Court hears case seeking suspension of former prosecutor’s license

Justices raise questions about severity of punishment for former Kanawha County prosecutor.

Director of personnel: WVU seeking the next graduate transfer ‘sparkler’

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia is “definitely going to be active” in the market for graduate transfers this spring, according to director of football personnel...

No. 1 Bluefield looks for 3rd title in 5 years out of deep AA field

Bluefield has positioned itself for a potential high seed if it can make a return to the state tournament.

Justice wants to borrow. But how much, what for and how will W.Va. pay it back?

Justice wants to leverage money from Wall Street, possibly for infrastructure or to help fill state budget gap.

Marion County woman indicted in 2016 accidental shooting death

According to the criminal complaint, two of the juveniles were playing with the handgun when it discharged on June 12.

Gov. Justice will break out the white board for state of the state

Jim Justice promised he would be a different kind of Governor, and we’re going to see evidence of that Wednesday evening when he delivers his...

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