February 16, 2017

Highlights: AA No. 1 Fairmont Sr. with late 3 to beat North Marion

Brandon Shields hits a game-winning 3 as Fairmont Senior beats North Marion in a top 10 matchup.

WVAWC names new president

Brian Bruce will replace Jeff McIntyre.

Trump eliminates Stream Protection Rule

West Virginia's congressional delegation, coal miners on hand for signing.

Starbucks drive-thru set to open in Charleston

Doors will open at 5:30 a.m. Friday.

Former Mullens coaching legend Nuckols dies

Don Nuckols won five basketball state championships with Mullens High School.

Debate over repealing W.Va. income tax officially begins

Republican senators introduce bill to repeal taxes, including income tax, and replace with broader consumer sales tax.

Frontier reports 6 cable thefts in Logan, Mingo counties this week

About 700 Frontier customers lose phone, internet service.

Justice’s highways vision gets rolling

Highway safety study gets spotlight; next up is "Transportation Day."

New look state school board dials back student testing, A-F school grading program

Board follows previous comments from Gov. Jim Justice that students are tested too much. Move also made on A-F grading for schools.

Morrisey asks lawmakers to keep his budget the same

Attorney General says he doesn't want to have to hire additional outside counsel.

Beckley jumps eight spots in boys MetroNews Power Index

Woodrow Wilson moves from overall No. 12 to No. 4 in the updated MetroNews Power Index.

2 arrested in connection with Charleston double shooting

Shooting happened Monday night near the corner of Sixth and Russell Streets.

State Board of Education returns full control to Fayette County

The Board of Education's vote was unanimous.

Community remembers Fayette County CSX train derailment 2 years later

Hundreds of residents had to be evacuated after 27 crude oil tanker cars went off the track Feb. 16, 2015.

Allegations of embezzlement probed in Boone County schools

State Police probe funds apparently embezzled from county school transportation department.

Martinsburg officials examine fix for condemned federal building

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Officials in Martinsburg are looking into how to keep the federal building in Martinsburg safe. The landmark was condemned Monday after bricks...

Final resting place in question for WV Medal of Honor recipient

What does “rest in peace” actually mean? Or in the case of Chester Howard West the more accurate question may be “where does one rest...

High School Sportsline audio archive: Feb. 15

The MetroNews High School Sportsline audio archive from Wednesday night, February 15.

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