February 10, 2017

Mountaineer Field House will be remembered for ‘glory days’ of basketball

A proposed timeline for razing the building and new construction has not been released.

State Police, U.S. Marshal round up sex offenders in ‘Operation Frostbite’ effort

Troopers issued 80 violations to registered sex offenders in Cabell, Putnam and Lincoln counties from Feb. 6-9.

Cronin leaving Marshall to join USF staff

Cronin will join new Bulls' head coach Charlie Strong for the 2017 season.

Belk’s paycutting move to Bama pays off with WVU job

New addition who learned under Nick Saban for three seasons could be crucial to West Virginia's recruiting efforts in the South.

Has Press Virginia regained its vigor? K-State rematch could reveal

Allan Taylor's Gold & Blue Lunch Report previews Saturday's high-noon showdown between No. 13 West Virginia and the bubble-squatting Wildcats.

Delegates question higher education funding

Chancellor wasn't informed about budget cuts proposed by governor.

Transportation secretary details Justice’s road plan

Tom Smith expands on the plans the governor laid out in the State of the State Address.

Coal truck driver dies week after truck overturned

State mine safety office investigating.

W.Va. high schools recognized for high graduation rates

The state Department of Education honored 70 high schools at the state Capitol Friday.

Xavier signee Dunham eyes final stretch-run with South Charleston

South Charleston senior Aaliyah Dunham is signed to play at Xavier and is looking for one more shot at a state title.

The Lunch: Can K-State sweep the Mountaineers?

Allan Taylor's Gold & Blue Lunch Report previews Saturday's high-noon showdown between No. 13 West Virginia and the bubble-squatting Wildcats.

Revenue secretary: Governor willing to consider other budget plans

"The dialogue has started," reported Secretary Dave Hardy.

Now asphalt company takes aim at DOH over its criticisms of Morrisey

Company says Morrisey was right to take his time and consider full situation.

Ball now in GOP’s court on budget

It would be unfair, as well as overly simplistic, to suggest that Governor Justice’s proposed budget for next fiscal year is dead on arrival at...

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