April 11, 2017

Mountaineers’ pen falters in 7-6 loss at Maryland

West Virginia got a three-run homer from Cole Austin and a quality start by Alek Manoah but failed to hold a 5-2 lead in the seventh.

Ohio County health board discuss expanding smoking ban

There are two places currently in the county that allow smoking: the Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack and businesses with designated video lottery rooms.

2 people found dead in McDowell County mobile home

Troopers were called to the scene in the Lick Branch area on Old Route 52 to investigate a call regarding possible overdoses.

Carmichael urges Justice to sign legislative budget

Senate President Mitch Carmichael said he is encouraging Justice to sign the legislative budget so conversations can begin on tax reform.

Ohio man enters guilty plea for Hatfield death

Anthony Arriaga of Gibsonburg, Ohio, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and robbery charges connected to the death of longtime coal executive Ben Hatfield.

‘Presence’ outweighed Dews’ lack of background with RBs

West Virginia's Dana Holgorsen took a best-available candidate approach to hiring Tony Dews away from Arizona.

Brendan Ferns ‘starting to let loose’ on rehabbed knee

West Virginia practice notebook from Tuesday: See who took first-team reps during the live drills and more on JOe Wickline as "Leaping Larry."

WVU watches Charleston for budget certainty

WVU leaders are hopeful the governor can influence more modest cuts to higher education.

Shute trial still on for late June

Status hearing held Tuesday in triple murder case.

Casey: Whitecotton removal came at request of confirmations committee

Justice administration's chief of staff says governor's complied with 11th hour request.

Kanawha County school officials weigh pros and cons of seat belts on buses

Currently, West Virginia does not have a school bus seat belt law.

First-year delegate satisfied some critical concerns during session

Former sheriff believes legislative changes to criminal code will do some good.

Left with few options, Justice may allow budget to become law

Chief of Staff Nick Casey says administration needs to begin preparing for $110 million in cuts.

Snowshoe Mountain president welcomes new owners

The Pocahontas County resort is part of $1.5 billion Intrawest acquisition from two Colorado companies, including Aspen Skiing.

High school baseball gallery: Martinsburg 10, Musselman 0

A look at Martinsburg's recent 10-0 win over Musselman in high school baseball action.

Fundamental questions about the state’s budget remain

We heard myriad budget proposals during the just-completed two-month long session of the Legislature.  Ideas for increasing taxes and cutting spending came and went and...

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