March 16, 2017

Mingo Central into first semifinal with rout of Philip Barbour

Mingo Central shoots 66 percent in the first half and beats Philip Barbour by 23 points.

Justice brings SOS tour to Jefferson County

Jim Justice spoke Thursday at the Citizens Fire Company in Charlestown.

Defense not extraordinary, but good enough to extend WVU’s season

For the first time this season West Virginia won a game when allowing 80 points. Strange as it sounds, the defense made a difference. Allan Taylor's commentary.

Dawson’s 29 points propel Huntington past Musselman

Huntington beats Musselman 65-48 as the Highlanders move into the semifinals.

Missing: GOP budget details; please call Senator Unger

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Democratic Senator John Unger is asking everyone for help locating the whole Republican budget plan. Unger is asking his fellow Senators. He...

Fairmont Sr. pulls away from Herbert Hoover in second half

Fairmont Senior moves into the Class AA boys basketball state tournament semifinals.

Teen, in care of state, killed in fiery Kanawha County crash

13 year old boy dies after crashing DHHR van.

Mountaineers’ bench delivers against pesky Bucknell

Lamont West broke out of a shooting slump, Tarik Phillip played clutch minutes late and West Virginia used a 32-point edge in bench scoring to win Thursday's NCAA first-round game 86-80.

State official calls prevalence of drugs in prisons, regional jails “disgraceful”

Jeff Sandy, secretary of the state Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety, talked about it on Thursday's MetroNews "Talkline."

Class AA stunner: No. 7 Lincoln upsets 22-win Bluefield

Chase Riley scored 28 points as Lincoln eliminated No. 2 Bluefield.

W.Va. flooded teachers receive $55,000 for classroom supplies

Teachers in Kanawha, Nicholas and Greenbrier counties will each receive a $225 gift card.

Senate approves legislation to change school starting age

Senator John Unger argues reasons for the change run counter to the educational goals of pre-school programs.

Photo gallery: West Virginia avoids upset repeat in NCAAs

BUFFALO, N.Y. —Images from Thursday’s NCAA tournament first-round action at KeyBank Center in which West Virginia downed Bucknell 86-80 and Notre Dame nipped Princeton 60-58.

AAA defending champ Morgantown controls tempo in win over GW

Mogantown shoots 50 percent in a Class AAA quarterfinal win over George Washington.

‘Second Chance’ bill has momentum, supporters believe

Bill passes Senate committee, but real test will be in House.

Extension discussion begins Friday for Fayette County Superintendent

Friday's special meeting begins at noon at the Fayette County Board of Education main office.

Chapmanville with first boys basketball state tournament win

Chapmanville beats Wyoming East 65-42 in the Class AA boys basketball quarterfinals.

Supreme Court denies request to jump in on right-to-work case

Kanawha Circuit Judge Jennifer Bailey ordered preliminary injunction.

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