February 21, 2017

Morgantown council adopts gun ban ordinance

The ordinance, passed in a four to three vote Tuesday, Feb. 21, was adopted despite an attempt to at least amend the proposal’s effective date.

One person wounded in Romney shooting

The shooting happened around 2:15 p.m. at the Sheetz on East Main Street.

Flood recovery efforts get boost led by Pittsburgh-based bank

Board chairman went urged fellow board members to help following June 23 flood.

Stolen vehicle report leads to high speed chase through three counties

WV State Police have notified Pennsylvania authorities to be on the lookout for the driver and vehicle they pursued through Harrison, Marion and Monongalia Counties.

Girls basketball sectional gallery: Martinsburg 67, Hedgesville 25

Martinsburg defeated Hedgesville 65-25 on Monday night in girls basketball sectional play.

Wayne man charged with murder

Man accused in shooting death says the two had been arguing since Sunday.

Morgantown council set for final vote on gun ordinance

Morgantown council is considering prohibiting anyone except police and retire police from carrying a weapon inside municipal buildings.

‘How’s the Senate doing on the budget?’ senator asks

Senate President Carmichael says it's coming along at record pace.

State’s colleges and universities seek more flexibility with staff

Bill would change bumping and recall rights for staff workers.

Parkersburg girls going for first state tournament in 20 years

Parkersburg is attempting to get back to the girls basketball state tournament for the first time since 1997.

Three dead after two fires in Mercer County

Investigations underway into the cause of unrelated house fires over two days.

The Lunch: How West Virginia swept the Longhorns

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report recaps the palpitating moments from West Virginia’s 77-62 win over Texas, some of which had nothing to do with basketball.

Justice takes his agenda straight to the people of W.Va.

Governor using non-traditional means of touting his legislative agenda, by going straight to constituents instead of lawmakers.

Stronger heroin reported in Charleston, 1 dead

Detective says overdose reversing drug didn't work as well as usual in recent overdoses.

Gov. Justice hits campaign trail for roads, budget

Governor Jim Justice has started using his best weapon to try to win legislative support for his budget proposal and his massive road building plan:...

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