May 12, 2017

La Tech eliminates Herd from C-USA tournament

The Bulldogs scored a pair of runs in the seventh inning to knock off the top-seeded Herd.

Nitro to dedicate Living Memorial Park

The park includes a fountain, stage, a statue of a World War I doughboy solder and engraved pavers honoring military veterans.

Alleged Raleigh County pain clinic shut down

According to the order, Dr. Yasar Aksoy has to stop operating his Beckley practice as a pain clinic.

No budget plan yet, but progress described after high-profile meeting

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Legislative leaders and Gov. Jim Justice met for three hours Friday afternoon, with those who attended calling the session productive but also...

I-64 reopens following dozen vehicle pileup

Rain, speed believed to be factors.

AHCA rally draws mothers on Medicaid to state Capitol

West Virginia mothers, women urge U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito to reject the American Health Care Act.

Heavy rains cause mudslides along southern West Virginia highways

Dirt, rocks give way under steady showers.

AG Sessions instructs pursuit of max prison time; Blankenship says sentences too long

Former Massey Energy boss says federal criminal sentences are "incredible."

CPS investigating after student brings unloaded gun to Harrison County elementary school

Dr. Mark Manchin said the child had brought it to school to show a friend.

A soggy end to West Virginia’s spring gobbler season

Rainy weather puts a damper on trying to find late season gobblers in West Virginia.

Sooners aren’t desperate — will always have options if Big 12 sinks

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report: Allan Taylor weighs in on Paul Finebaum and David Boren and contingencies should Oklahoma leave the Big 12.

Live on the Levee announces 2017 lineup

15-week free concert event returns to Charleston this summer.

Heavy rain could produce flash flooding in southern W.Va.

Flash flood watches posted until 11 p.m. on Friday night--storms could carry 1 to 2 inches of rain and create rising creeks and streams rapidly.

Transportation secretary: Road funding needed “sooner rather than later”

House leaders are pushing for a bond vote before the Legislature approves gas tax and DMV increases to pay for roads.

Turnpike crashes back up traffic for miles

Southbound traffic comes to complete halt.

Body found in Guyandotte River identified

Deputies say body of Raleigh County woman found downstream in Wyoming County, no foul play suspected at this time.

WVU bidding farewell to spring graduates

West Virginia University has a May 2017 graduating class of 4,500 students.

No. 1 Bridgeport grabs control of section, beats No. 3 Elkins

Class AA No. 1 Bridgeport defeated No. 3 Elkins 6-3 in a winners' bracket sectional contest.

South Charleston student achieves perfect attendance

Between kindergarten and 12th grade, Joseph Clark attended more than 2,300 days of class with missing a single one.

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