April 14, 2017

Resilient WVU snaps 11-game skid vs. TCU on walk-off

The Mountaineers squandered a three-run cushion in the ninth inning but recovered in the bottom half to edge the No. 3-ranked Frogs 5-4 on Ivan Gonzalez’s sacrifice fly.

Pruitt announces plans regarding coal regulations

U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt announced earlier this week a new agenda on balancing regulation and business.

Motorcyclist dead in Huntington crash

The crash was at the intersection of 8th Avenue and 31st Street, and was reported at 7:45 p.m.

Women arrested following Narcan treatment, impaired driving, state police say

Heather Tippett of St. Albans and Desiree Polly of Charleston were arrested leaving Shawnee Park in Dunbar.

Two children among victims of fatal crash in Mercer County

Four victims were riding in a mini van from North Carolina which was struck by a semi which crossed the median

Justice administration member nationally recognized for helping feed kids

Dr. William White was recognized during Friday ceremony at the State Capitol.

Now backing Holliday, Justice wants Marshall to freshen ‘stagnant’ image

"Doc is our football coach," governor told MetroNews "Talkine" on Friday, while challenging leaders "to restore some real, live energy back in to Marshall."

Legislation creating Office of Drug Policy awaits governor’s signature

Supporters say bill sets up process to better track state's drug epidemic.

Senator: Veto of bill impacting Physician Assistants may have come down to money

Company that administers recertification tests stood to lose $650,000 a year.

Mingo County man killed in traffic crash

Wreck occurred Friday morning.

Justice: Away with politics, bring on Jimmy-ics

Governor critical of both political parties.

What a bunch of bulls—

You could see what might be coming. Gov. Jim Justice started by lifting the lid on a “nothing burger,” followed by the “mayonnaise sandwich.”  One...

Justice vetoes physician assistant bill

Senate Bill 347 would have allowed physician assistants to work without being certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants.

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