July 14, 2017

No verdict yet in Jackson trial

Tremaine Jackson allegedly was involved in the December 2015 shooting death of Bryan Rogers of Ripley.

Fayette County man arrested following alleged financial exploitation

Thomas Eugene Woodrum, 65, of Fayetteville, had served as a guardian and conservator for an elderly mentally incapacitated woman since December 2002.

Nitro police officer faces brandishing charges after off-duty argument

Cpt. Richard Foster was not on duty when he was allegedly arguing with three men while holding a handgun.

Mazza to take helm at Bridgeport Middle School

David Mazza has been assistant principal.

Fairmont Senior’s new football era begins under Bartic

Nick Bartic takes over at Fairmont Senior as the Polar Bears are coming off of a state runner-up finish in 2016.

30-year Logan judge ‘should know better,’ public admonishment states

Judge signed order allowing man without law license to represent defendants.

Prezioso: Move on from flushgate

Senate minority leader says project should be done but not now.

MSAC commissioner Fred Aldridge passes away

Fred Aldridge was 78 years old.

WVU works to educate fans on new clear bag policy for gameday

WVU joins a growing number of venues nationwide with clear bag policy for fans.

W.Va. Division of Culture & History to celebrate 40th anniversary

Presentations planned at state Culture Center in Charleston Saturday.

Getting cursed out taught Carrier about Holgorsen’s evolved stance on tempo

West Virginia receivers coach recounts a sideline flare-up from last season's BYU game.

Alpha Natural Resources reacts to worries over “fake news” story

Facebook article claiming W.Va. mines will all close by Labor Day creates anxiety throughout the coalfields

Nicholas County consolidation issue tests local v. state authority

School consolidation is almost always controversial and emotional.  Proponents see the benefits of new facilities and economies of scale.  Opponents lament losing their community school...

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