July 11, 2017

Frontier files lawsuit on broadband bill section

The lawsuit says Article 4 of House Bill 3093 establishes new terms for accessing utility poles that would allow people to affect Frontier's property without the company's permission.

Manchin, Capito remain popular as election and health care talks build

Amid the start of the 2018 midterm election and debate on the future of health care, a majority of West Virginians still approve of work being done by both of the state's senators.

Manchin, Justice explore bringing back money for university programs

In the department's proposed budget, West Virginia University’s McNair Scholars initiative and West Virginia State University’s Upward Bound program would not receive federal funding.

Glenville State announces decreased meal plan price

The Glenville State College Board of Governors approved a resolution to cut costs by $100 and also eliminate the mandatory $100 annual meal plan.

QB Lowe picks West Virginia, aiming to play baseball too

Mountaineers land commitment from the grandson of Alabama three-time All-American linebacker Woodrow Lowe,

Justice lauds retraining efforts

Labor group working with former coal miners to ready them for highway construction and natural gas industry jobs.

FEMA funding secured for Clay County football facility

More than $1.4 Million to be spent on facilities, but work will come after the 2017 season.

Morrisey says he’ll stick to the issues in Senate race

At least 3 Republicans have said they'll run next year.

New conductor ready to lead WV Symphony Orchestra

Lawrence Loh began the job July 1, replacing Maestro Grant Cooper.

Musical chairs part of Wickline’s demand for O-line versatility

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report evaluates West Virginia's offensive front: Good-looking starting five backed by lots of uncertainties.

Accident survivor hopes to meet Good Samaritan from W.Va. who saved her life

Florida woman credits a man she knows only as "Tim, a fire fighter from West Virginia" with saving her life and hopes to find him to say thank-you.

Charleston police chief retires, appointment made

Chief Brent Webster will become city public works director, Lt. Steve Cooper to take chief's job.

Small West Virginia company wins big fight

Lexmark International is a U.S.-based global provider of printing and imaging products, software and services.  Impression Products is a Charleston, West Virginia company with about...

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