July 31, 2017

Jenkins takes part in roundtable on drug addiction and babies

Jenkins talked to staffs at Thomas Memorial Hospital in South Charleston about neonatal abstinence syndrome.

Spavital and his boss set out to ‘reconstruct this offense’

New play-caller hints at grander overhaul, whereby Will Grier will have more freedom than WVU's previous quarterbacks: Allan Taylor's commentary

Zinke applauds Berwind mine operation

The site's developers, Ramaco Resources, expect the McDowell County mine to employ around 200 coal miners.

Former Marshall player Butler pleads guilty to striking gay men

Butler admitted to striking two gay men on a 9th Street sidewalk.

Charleston bus company must shut down as lawsuit decision awaits

The order requires Cav's Coach Company LLC, of Charleston, and its owner, Christopher Todd Cavender, to cease operations.

In Huntington, it’s a perpetual Restaurant Week

River city is earning a reputation as a diner's destination.

Monongalia County delegate says donations could help save homes in Hundred area

Statler suggested a group or groups of donors could pool their resources to donate dehumidifiers or large fans.

International pageant contestants arrive in Charleston

Events will be held in the Capital City from Aug. 5-12.

Renewed WV agriculture effort gets off the ground

Governor, agriculture commissioner set framework for revived agriculture advisory committee.

Manchin, Justice note progress in flood clean-up

Damage assessment teams will soon head to flooded areas.

Nicewarner submits letter of resignation

Harrison County Superintendent Mark Manchin expressed his belief that Nicewarner would resign his position last Monday

Flood claims some possessions that can never be replaced

Wetzel County woman recounts scary exit from her home in the flood and the heartbreaking return to find nothing could be saved.

New Hundred fire hall inundated with water

Brand new fire hall floods while members are on calls performing water rescues in the community.

Campbell trial on hold until juror recovers from crash

Judge sends jury deliberating Eric Campbell murder case home Monday morning.

Taylor County nearly fully recovered from weekend flooding

Taylor County is one of eight counties under a state of emergency after the weekend's devastating floods, but Taylor County Sheriff's Cpt. Durrett said their damage was limited to mostly road closures.

The Gold & Blue Lunch: Elongated preseason makes coaches get creative

Says Holgorsen: "It’s going to be tough, man. I’ve never had five weeks. So we have to be creative on keeping (players') attention."

Waters continue to recede after weekend storms that dumped several inches of rain

Meteorologists have called the system "an unusually strong winter weather-like pattern."

On paper, Martinsburg should be even better as practices begin

Martinsburg enters preseason practices with a lot of hype again, looking for a sixth title in eight years.

Who’s to blame for third missed audit? More than 1 someone

More than one state agency was late with audit information, leaders say.

Former Point Pleasant OL Seth Stewart no longer at LSU

Former Point Pleasant offensive line standout Seth Stewart has left the LSU football program.

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