February 15, 2017

Justice administration advocates $105 million ‘SOS’ plan

New Commerce Secretary Woody Thrasher advocates proposal to legislators.

Williams addresses Huntington financial problems, announces possible solutions

Prior to Mayor Steve Williams giving his speech, the Hunting City Council voted in favor of using the city's rainy day fund to cut its budget deficit from from $2.2 million to a projected $122,000.

Ray’s double-double helps West Virginia upset K-State

West Virginia (18-8, 6-8) bolstered its NCAA tournament resume despite letting most of a 19-point lead evaporate.

Family offering reward for information on Dunbar death

Christa Romaine Collier's body was found in an abandoned building in September 2014.

Justice picks Charleston insurance VP to serve as insurance commissioner

Allan McVey currently serves as the vice president and agency manager for BB&T-Carson Insurance Services in Charleston.

After the flood: Senior year at Herbert Hoover High School

MetroNews spent a day with some of the members of Hoover's Class of 2017.

DEA 360 Strategy will provide additional resources to fight opioid-heroin epidemic

Charleston-Huntington Corridor will be the first target.

Community backs plan to repurpose WVU Tech in Montgomery

KVC Health Systems will turn part of campus into a specialized college for children in foster care.

Legislative minority leaders say governor’s budget plan a good starting point

"You know, it's the best hope for a future that I've heard in a long while," said Senator Roman Prezioso (D-Marion).

Murder charges added in Charleston shooting case

Authorities say second victim died Wednesday morning.

Bills dealing with antler sheds and Sunday hunting top DNR legislative agenda

A lot of hunters enjoy looking for shed antlers, but few realize it's actually against the law.

Upshur County addiction specialist: Stigma of substance abuse must end

"That happens because addiction is a shame-based disease."

Relatives of war hero’s widow appeal moving his grave

Plans to move remains of World War I Medal of Honor recipient Chester West are in the hands of the Supreme Court.

Governor Justice makes his tax pitch to West Virginia’s oil and gas industry

Justice gets behind gas industry proposals in Legislature.

Kanawha man on trial for murder takes his own life

Scott Meador was scheduled to testify in his own defense Wednesday.

After football title, Billeter & Barnhart lead St. Marys for basketball run

St. Marys is 17-4 on the basketball season behind players who helped lead the school to a football championship in the fall.

Budget cutting brings out constituency groups

This session of the Legislature will be dominated by discussion and debate over ways to save money and raise revenue. Governor Justice has proposed $450...

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