April 17, 2017

One suspect named in Oak Hill murder, considered armed and dangerous

A warrant has been released for Derrick Michael Crouse of Oak Hill

Convenience store group president says gas stations active in removing skimmers

Jan Vineyard, president of the West Virginia Oil Marketers and Grocers Association, said gas stations are doing their part to protect credit card information.

Huntington leaders prepare for America’s Best Communities contest

The winner will receive a $3 million prize that will go toward revitalization efforts.

Nuts and bolts of the possible Justice/Senate budget compromise

Bill combines elements of Justice's revenue proposals with the Senate's income tax reform.

W.Va. lawmakers, union president ask for permanent solution to fund miners’ benefits

The individuals sent a joint letter Monday to congressional leadership asking for a way to continue funding miners' benefits.

After 1 year of program, no reports of naloxone administered in Cabell County Schools

Schools nurses were trained to use an auto injector on a person who overdoses on heroin or prescription pills.

Adrian played with torn labrum in NCAA Tournament

WVU forward sustained the injury while tangling arms with Texas forward Jarrett Allen during the Big 12 quarterfinals.

Capito: Congress needs to develop long term strategy against North Korea

U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.) was a guest on Monday's MetroNews "Talkline."

Woman killed in Fayette County home invasion

The shooting was reported early Easter morning near Oak Hill.

Police investigate separate deadly crashes involving motorcycles

Wrecks happened in Pennsylvania and Huntington.

West Virginia’s buzz will build once key players reassemble

Allan Taylor's Gold & Blue Lunch Report unpacks two key takeaways from the Mountaineers' 15 spring practices.

Senate majority leader confident about potential for budget compromise

No Special Session for budget work has yet been scheduled.

Martin reflects on career, overcoming challenges

Christy Salters Martin was in Charleston on April 4 for an event benefiting Concord University

Let the free market ensure there are no more Dr. Dao incidents

Dr. David Dao had barely gotten his glasses straightened and his shirt pulled down after being dragged off a United Airlines plane before members of...

Murray has high hopes for coal severance tax schedule

Murray says Justice plan to scale coal severance taxes based on the market will make West Virginia coal much more competitive with surrounding states.

Professor connects zombies to science in presentation to W.Va. students

Harvard Medical Professor Dr. Steve Schlozman was at the Charleston Civic Center last week.

DNR wants to hear your rattlesnake stories

Citizen Science Initiative launched help monitor the state's rattlesnake population

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