July 17, 2017

Justice announces funding for Boy Scouts, calls out lawmakers

Justice's announcement was made two days before the National Scout Jamboree begins at the Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve.

East Hardy back at it after Class A title game setbacks

East Hardy has been the Class A state runner-up in football for the last two seasons.

Star athlete can now add ‘essayist’ to his winning skills

Athlete's essay wins $10,000 for Eastern Panhandle youth football league.

Patterson after no Texas teams finished in Top 25: ‘We should be embarrassed’

Big 12 media days notebook: Kingsbury needs a turnaround at Texas Tech

Morrisey joins lawsuit regarding drug price fixing

It comes following a non-public, on-going investigation by the state of Connecticut into price increases.

Judge may opt for Allen Charge in Kanawha County murder trial

Panel says it can't reach a verdict in Tremaine Jackson case.

Sooners LB credits bling for landing Badet

"All about reloading," Ogbonnia Okoronkwo flashed his Big 12 title ring at the Kentucky transfer and said, "Come win."

DOH, contractors to meet about roll-out of road, bridge projects

Plans to do millions of dollars of work this construction season.

Campbell double murder trial enters second week

Eric Campbell faces the death penalty for a multi-state crime spree than ended in West Virginia.

Bowlsby: Riley has right temperament to follow legendary Stoops

The commissioner says the Sooners are well situated to maintain success and the Big 12 will win its share of national championships.

Concord mourns loss of assistant coach

Coach Dawson helped lead the historical 2011 WVIAC Championship team.

Healthy Harrison initiative kicks off with city of Clarksburg employees

Employees of the city of Clarksburg helped to kick off the pilot program of Healthy Harrison this week, with 50 employees signed up for the program.

Mon County Commission president charged with DUI

Ed Hawkins was arrested Sunday for driving under the influence by Mon County Sheriff's Deputies.

Man charged with police garage break-in

Charleston police say generator, emergency equipment taken.

Manchin wants to hear from those closest to President Trump about Russia meeting

On Monday's MetroNews "Talkline," he said "the appearance is absolutely horrible."

Greenbrier County family awaits word of missing family member

Woman suffering from early stage dementia never arrived on train trip from Denver to White Sulphur Springs, disrupted by flooding in Chicago

Earle relishes in ‘Outlaw’ life

Steve Earle's "So You Wannabe An Outlaw" is a tribute to the 1970s outlaw country movement.

Justice company debts damage Governor’s credibility

When it comes to money, Jim Justice is a paradox. He is incredibly wealthy. Forbes estimates his net worth at nearly $1.6 billion dollars. Justice...

New Buckskin Council headquarters to welcome Jamboree scouts

The 2017 National Boy Scout Jamboree opens Wednesday at Fayette County's Summit Bechtel Family National Scout Reserve.

New power line maintenance plan showing improvements

Half way through the first cycle Appalachian Power says improved rights of way access is showing fewer outages and reduced repair times

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