April 19, 2017

Huntington wins top prize at America’s Best Communities competition

$3 million will fund four city revitalization projects.

Democrats say Justice budget compromise explanation is well-received

Miley says it was good to hear possible compromise explanation in governor's own words.

Governor Justice signs medical marijuana bill

Bill took unexpected journey toward passage.

Shots fired near Charleston school, police say

Kanawha County Schools said buses are delayed because of a precautionary lockdown at Mary C. Snow Elementary.

Carper: Revenue stream possible for proposed sports complex

Commission president expects other debts to be paid off soon.

Grant County meth ring produces indictments

Illegal drug sold during 2-year period.

Wood County woman admits to robbing 3 banks in 3 states

Crimes took place last November, December.

More than 80 recruiters turn out for WVSU’s Employment Expo

Employers are hiring for full-time, part-time and internship positions.

Simplicity may be best budget remedy, Senate Finance chairman says

But Hall says there's not much support for his path forward yet.

The Lunch: Get a glimpse at WVU’s latest 2018 commitment

Tyrese Allen, a small-school standout from Paintsville, Ky., says his recruiting process is "a done deal" after committing to West Virginia.

Criminal charges following Route 2 deadly crash

Following release from hospital, Huntington man charged.

Twelve-year-old girl charged with setting church altar on fire

St. John's Episcopal Church in Huntington held special prayer service Tuesday night.

The long road to ‘Iowa’

At one point during the budget debate last month, Governor Justice recoiled against any budget compromise that included deep budget cuts.  Justice used one of...

Ranked Mountaineers keep rolling, 8-4 over Marshall

Ivan Gonzalez homered, Riley Troutt threw five innings of scoreless relief and No. 21 West Virginia won its first game as a ranked team in 35 years Tuesday night.

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