April 9, 2017

Justice and Carmichael felt close to a deal; House felt bushwhacked

House and Senate had been working on their own compromise.

The Legislature passed a budget, but what’s in it anyway?

Budget seems destined for a veto, all sides agree.

MetroNews HS Baseball Power Rankings: Week 4

The MetroNews high school baseball poll is voted upon weekly by a panel of 10 radio broadcasters and sports writers across West Virginia.

Jayhawks bullpen stops West Virginia’s six-game streak

Mountaineers relievers yielded five runs while their Kansas counterparts were spotless in Sunday's 7-2 loss.

Intern rises and roasts legislators

Marshall student pokes fun at lawmakers on final day of session.

WVU signee Culver says ‘everything is fine’ with NCAA Clearinghouse

West Virginia's top signee in the 2017 recruiting class told Scout network he plans to enroll in June.

Second Chance Act was down to its final minutes

Bill offers non-violent offenders ability to pursue expunged records.

Driver, passenger in Wayne County wreck likely impaired by heroin

The multi-vehicle accident happened Friday in the westbound lanes of Interstate 64 around the mile 6 marker near Huntington.

Legislature approves several dozen bills on Day 60

House and Senate members also agree on how to fill current budget year's revenue gap.

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