July 10, 2017

Longtime Morgantown landlord giving up properties and paying $600,000 fine

Gary Walden sexually harassed women who rented from him.

Strong storms cause power outages in north central counties

Several thousand Mon Power customers initially impacted.

Riverside football rebuild continues in year three under Davis

Riverside took a step in 2016, winning four games in head coach Zach Davis' second season.

State school board rejects Nicholas consolidation plan, again

Court hearing set for Tuesday on consolidation issue.

FEMA awards $1.4 million to complete Clay County football facility repair

Backed up drains from the 2016 flood lead to collapse of the school's football field.

Authorities begin searching Ohio property for remains of Samantha Burns

Marshall University co-ed abducted and murdered in 2002.

Morrisey and Jenkins are already clashing over their Senate face-off

Morrisey's official announcement adds fuel to 2018 fire.

FCC chair witnesses Mountain State ‘digital divide’

Ajit Pai joins U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito in Hardy and Hampshire counties.

Email says WV Business College has closed

Decision comes a few days after judge ruled two campuses could remain open.

KCHD uses new device to dispose used needles

Needles collected from the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department's harm reduction program are disposed through the Sterilis device.

Clarksburg reaping benefits from 2016 dam removal

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. — Roughly a year after the dams of the West Fork River were removed, Clarksburg Water Board officials are beginning to see the...

Small W.Va. company wins giant legal battle

Impression Products found itself in the biggest legal battle of the company's life and prevailed with ramifications extending way beyond their product lines

Court sets motions hearing date for Lunsford trial

WESTON, W.Va. — A motions hearing in the case of Lena Marie Lunsford-Conaway is set for July 27 at 2 p.m. The case will appear...

Gold Star family members honored at Fallen Heroes Ride

U.S. Senator Joe Manchin joined 200 motorcycle riders to raise funds for Gold Star families.

Manchin embracing 2018 challenge

When asked about what is expected to be a brutal 2018 re-election battle, a wide smile spread over Joe Manchin’s face.  “I love campaigning,” Manchin...

Appalachian Power to rely half on coal, half on other forms of energy by 2031

Company president says they want to further diversify their energy portfolio to attract more business to West Virginia.

Second Chance for Employment Act takes effect in West Virginia

The law allows non-violent felons to petition the court to have their sentences reduced to misdemeanors.

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