The No. 13 Mountaineers ramped up their defense and Beetle Bolden scored 17 off the bench to pull out a gritty win in Norman.
NORMAN, Okla. — Photos from West Virginia’s 61-50 victory at Oklahoma on Wednesday night. The Mountaineers (19-5, 7-4) improved to 1-4 all-time at Lloyd Noble...
Justice lays out plan for $1.4 billion of work in 2-4 years.
Governor Jim Justice proposed a 2 percent pay raise for West Virginia teachers as part of his State of the State Address.
Legislative leaders say they disappointed in small amount cuts--promise to take lead on issue.
Bobby Hall, 42, and Misty Rucker, 38, were wanted on murder charges connected to a shooting Tuesday evening in downtown Charleston.
Justice says the state has to dig out of its dire circumstances.
Vermont senator will be in Charleston Sunday and McDowell County on Monday.
Anyone appearing before a House committee will now have to be sworn in before speaking.
Musselman, University and Capital fill out the top three in this week's boys basketball power index, presented by AARP.
One dead and another clings to life after shooting on Charleston street overnight.
Supporters of medical and recreational marijuana were in Charleston Wednesday.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia football coach Dana Holgorsen made official Wednesday the hiring of Tony Dews as running backs coach. “Tony brings years of...
Poling, of Fairmont Senior High School, was honored Wednesday at the state Capitol.
Taniqra Payne went to the crime scene herself and then lied about it.
"Even if Governor Justice were to roll out the best plan we've ever heard, you're still going to have to do something locally," Ihlenfeld said.
In a 4-3 vote from Morgantown City Council, a reworked ordinance was passed on a first reading that states only current or retired law enforcement officials would be able to carry firearms in municipal buildings including city hall.
Parkersburg has been riding a lot of momentum heading into the season's final few weeks.
Legislative leaders wonder about cuts, revenue mix.
Bridgeport businessman tapped to head up state's wildlife and fisheries programs in the Justice Administration