April 25, 2017

Five newcomers elected to Morgantown City Council

Morgantown's city election brought out 2,707 voters.

Search for elderly man continues in Tucker County

Raymond Epling disappeared Sunday from a home on Mirror Lake Drive in Canaan Valley.

West Virginia rallies from 5 runs down to beat Hokies

Kyle Davis hit a key homer and Jackson Sigman struck out eight in his best relief appearance this season.

Wheeling Island Stadium anticipated to reopen in mid-September

Repairs to Wheeling Island Stadium will take five months for completion and cost approximately $700,000.

Kostenko pleads guilty instead of finishing trial

Raleigh County doctor told judge he didn't think he could win.

Bluestone Lake expected to crest 42 feet above summer pool

U.S. Army Corps says New River flooding in Virginia pushing up level.

WVU announces new scoreboard addition to football stadium

West Virginia University announced it will be adding a new, HD video board this summer in the north end zone at Milan Puskar Stadium.

Construction on Crossings Mall bridge slated for Thursday

The previous bridge was destroyed in the June 2016 flood.

Brushfork woman charged in mother’s death

Amanda Kay Proffitt originally reported a home invasion.

University presidents applaud governor’s signing of higher education bill

Higher education leaders have said the bill gives more flexibility in decision making at the local campus and will reduce bureaucracy and increase efficiency.

Hate crime charges against former Marshall football player now a question for state Supreme Court

The allegations date back to April 2015 when Butler allegedly attacked a gay couple in Huntington.

W.Va. eighth graders compete in History Bowl championship

Two dozen teams from 15 schools in 14 counties competed in Charleston Tuesday.

Jenkins says “time to get the job done” on miners’ health care

Congressman says time for finger-pointing to stop.

WVU’s Izzo-Brown wins Furfari Award as state’s top college coach

Nikki Izzo-Brown is the first college soccer coach to receive the Furfari Award.

Governor signs Sunday Hunting legislation

New law becomes effective July 6

Commerce secretary reiterates support for broadband bill

Governor Justice says he's weighing all sides.

Hurricane softball targeting fourth title in five years

Hurricane entered the week with a 21-1 record, looking like the state championship favorite in Class AAA.

Balancing act is necessary for state budget, Charleston chamber says

Organization opposes use of Rainy Day fund, cuts to higher education.

Groups are attuned to Governor Justice’s decision on broadband bill

Bill would broaden powers of Broadband Enhancement Council and empower co-ops.

State park user fees make sense

Some of the best West Virginia has to offer can be found in our state parks. The state’s 45 state parks and forests serve as...

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