April 7, 2017

Without delay, Myers delivers WVU’s first complete game of season

The right-hander struck out 10 as the Mountaineers ripped Kansas 10-1 in Friday night's season opener.

Hatfield abruptly steps down from state education board

Chuck Hatfield joined the board in Feb. 2, and was selected to serve as vice president that same day.

Student allegedly brings gun to James Monroe High School

Dacoda Honaker, 18, of Gaps Mills, was allegedly carrying an unloaded pistol in his backpack.

House overrides Justice’s veto on right-to-work law

Justice vetoed the legislation on March 28.

Division of Labor finds credit card skimmers at gas stations

The division has uncovered the devices at gas stations in Charleston, Marmet, Morgantown, Parkersburg and Nitro.

Senate passes broadband bill; Carmichael votes aye

Senate votes overwhelmingly for bill meant to improve service in rural communities.

Senate authorizes sale of Jackie Withrow and Hopemont hospitals

Senate earlier added amendment requiring that a new 90-bed replacement facility be built.

Miner dies from injuries suffered in February

Victim was section foreman for CK Coal Corporation.

House works through long agenda Friday; several bills passed on 59th day

Emmaleigh's Law among the bills passed and sent to the governor.

American Heart Association pushes sugary drink tax in final days of legislative session

Governor Jim Justice has proposed a 2 cent per bottle or can sugary drink tax to help fill the state's budget hole.

Richwood man charged with murder after body found in refrigerator

Geier is being held without bond in Central Regional Jail.

Gorsuch confirmed; Capito, Manchin with majority

Supreme Court spot filled on 54-45 vote.

Compromise sought on two road construction bills

Conference committee being set up for design-build and public private partnerships highways bills.

Manchin: U.S. strike on Syrian air base sends a strong message

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) said this week's chemical attack in northern Syria showed the government there has not been complying with agreements to destroy existing chemical weapons.

Car plunges over Interstate 64 bridge in Wayne County

No word yet on injuries as westbound detour set up at exit 17.

Governor heading to Wheeling for greyhound announcement Saturday

President of the West Virginia Kennel Owners Association said he's hoping for a veto of legislation ending state funding for greyhound funding.

Former House of Delegates Speaker Clyde See dead at 75

Hardy County resident suffered from cancer.

Third person from Clarksburg charged in murder of missing Ohio woman

Warren Kip Hall, 49, of Clarksburg, faces one count of murder and one count of conspiracy to commit murder.

Ravenswood’s depth on display as Red Devils add key early wins

Ravenswood entered the week No. 2 in Class A, overall looking for a first state tournament appearance since 1999.

Setback for #FTDR

The attempt this legislative session to provide funding for major highway maintenance and construction has hit a significant pothole. This week, two road funding bills...

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