March 7, 2017

Elkins man indicted on counterfeit money charges

Fake bills allegedly passed last fall.

Indictment handed down following bank robberies in Fairmont, Morgantown

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — A Wood County woman has been indicted by a federal grand jury for allegedly robbing two banks in northcentral West Virginia last year. Christine...

Corridor G in Kanawha County closed following wreck

One person was injured. The accident happened around 9:45 p.m. between Trace Fork Boulevard and the Davis Creek exit.

3 groups denounce Obamacare replacement bill

Representatives of three organizations held a joint press conference in Charleston regarding the American Health Care Act.

Attorney General asks state Supreme Court to overrule right-to-work injunction

The office says Kanawha Circuit Judge Jennifer Bailey erred in issuing the injunction.

Class AAA boys basketball state tournament seeds set

The seeds are set for the 2017 Class AAA high school boys basketball state tournament.

Hundreds without power in Kanawha County following tree fall

Appalachian Power said it expects power to be restored by 10:30 p.m.

Nicholas County school board approves consolidation

The $130 million project still needs to be approved by the West Virginia Board of Education.

Preschoolers to enter Kanawha County school system post-June flood

Preschool enrollment is taking place in locations across Kanawha County through April 3.

Civic Center ready for tourney time

Ribbon cut on new lobby.

Root Sports to rebroadcast 2017 high school basketball title games

MetroNews will stream all six high school basketball championship games live, with rebroadcasts on Root Sports.

Ferns signs on to bill authorizing the use of dogs to track mortally-wounded bear

Senate majority leader was compared to poodle by governor, who called himself a grizzly.

House passes bill creating ‘organized retail crime’

Measure goes after those who hiring drug addicts rip off retail stores.

Bill dealing with paycheck withholdings moving to House

If passed, employees will have to annually request dues payments direct from paychecks to groups like labor organizations.

Gold & Blue Lunch: Big 12 surprise shows WVU can crash Sweet 16

ESPN women's bracketologist Charlie Creme now projects WVU as No. 7 seed and even laid out an unusual path for the Mountaineers to host two rounds of NCAA games in Morgantown.

Former youth center worker accused of sexual abuse

Ronnie Fazzini, 26 of Clarksburg, is accused of writing sexually explicit letters to a 16-year-old resident at Pressley Ridge.

First U.S. House committees to take up Obamacare replacement Wednesday

Goal of House Republican leaders is to pass the bill and send it to the U.S. Senate later this month.

Charleston mayor outlines importance of city pay raises in Monday night speech

Charleston Mayor Danny Jones encouraged council members to pass bills that would increase pay for mayor, council members and municipal judge in 2019.

One dead in early morning Lewis County fire

There is no word on the fire's origin.

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