March 13, 2017

WVU snags No. 6 seed, visits Maryland in women’s bracket

Tynice Martin says Mountaineers can harness the same energy they showed while pulling three upsets at the Big 12 tournament.

Sanders talks coal, health care at Welch town hall

The town hall was taped for an episode of MSNBC's "All In with Chris Hayes."

DNA tests confirm remains found near New River Gorge Bridge that of missing Va Tech student

Tests on remains indicate Robert Kovack may have been struck by vehicle.

Pro-life group pushes for abortion law modification

Monday was Pro-Life Day at the state Capitol.

Mountaineers eschew runway for the road because of snow

A mid-Atlantic snowstorm forced West Virginia to modify its NCAA tournament travel itinerary and bus to Buffalo a day early.

Complete 2017 boys basketball state tournament schedule

The 2017 high school boys basketball state tournament schedule from the Charleston Civic Center.

“Complicated” system bringing heavy snow to West Virginia

By Wednesday, a foot of snow could be on the ground in parts of the eastern Mountain State counties.

Citizens voice opinions for storage tank law rollback

A public hearing was held on HB 2811 Monday morning in the House of Delegates Chamber.

Legislative majority presents its budget proposal

Joint announcement at the Capitol

Head-on collision leaves one dead in Kanawha County

Driver who crossed center line hospitalized.

Huntington firefighters reject contract offer

Fire fighters union members say minimum staffing levels have become unsafe for the public and for the members of the fire department

Eastern Mountain counties preparing for potential heavy snow in some areas

Wind gusts in some areas could be up to 35 miles per hour.

Senate’s tax reform bill moves on, and chairman now eyes constitutional amendments

"The next thing we'll be looking at will be the amendment," tax reform committee chairman Robert Karnes said after today's meeting.

Man interviewing for police job now charged with sexual assault

South Charleston police say Tyler Price made admission during interview process.

McElhinny: Time for the big budget reveal (maybe)

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Justice administration makes its pitch for ‘SOS’ fund

Administration says funding is a necessity; GOP legislators have their doubts.

School districts use job fairs, alternative pathways to attract more teachers

There are currently 718 teacher vacancies across the state, with 330 vacancies being in special education and math.

Gas compression company to make immediate hires at new manufacturing site in Northern Panhandle

Canada based Bidell Gas Compression announced Friday it will operate its first U.S. manufacturing site in Weirton.

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