May 16, 2017

Sigman delivers sharp finish as Mountaineers 3-hit Pitt

The senior reliever set down 10 straight batters as West Virginia beat its Backyard Brawl rivals 2-0 on Tuesday night to close out the regular-season home schedule.

Logan County caregiver arrested after alleged abuse

West Virginia State Police arrested Tina Hatfield, who worked as a caretaker for seven years for Shane Curtis.

Statewide high school softball regional scores

High school softball regional scores from around the state.

After Justice pep talk, Senate passes revenue bill

Bill now goes to skeptical House of Delegates.

Monongalia County fire claims life

Blaze occurred Tuesday morning.

Bishop Donahue holding graduation ceremony pending closure appeal

The Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston announced in January to close the school because of declining student enrollment among other factors.

A slight decrease reported in state unemployment rate

Most losses reported in construction jobs.

Senate planning to pass revenue bill; House planning to change it

Special session continues at the capitol.

Eyewitness: “People were crying” following gunshots at Fayette County protest

Nobody was injured, but competing versions of what happened were presented to the Fayette County Sheriff's Department.

Watch: Fairmont Senior’s Dante Stills on his recruitment

The full MetroNews interview with Fairmont Senior defensive lineman Dante Stills.

Senate confirms Justice nominations for state BOE, others

Vote came Tuesday during special session.

WV Treasurer’s Office to host SMART 5.29K Run/Walk

The event is Saturday at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston.

One NCAA rule change may impact Press Virginia

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report: Allan Taylor reports on a move that could bail out offensive players stuck in traps.

Sale finalization for Ohio Valley Medical Center hinges on agreement with Wheeling

The Memorandum of Understanding with Alecto includes facility upgrades, TIF District creation and a B&O tax of .17 percent.

Ex-Martinsburg football standout accepted into drug court

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Former Martinsburg High School quarterback Justin “Cookie” Clinton has been accepted to participate in drug court. The 22-year-old was ordered to serve...

How a productivity boom could save the U.S. economy

The U.S. economy has been slogging through the doldrums. Growth has slowed to an average of less than two percent annually over the past decade. ...

Wood County law enforcement look for drug trafficking designation

The Parkersburg Violent Crime and Narcotics Task Force is looking for the designation in order to gain access to more resources.

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