August 1, 2017

Morgantown City Council unanimously passes Climate Accord Resolution on first reading

Deputy Mayor and Sixth Ward Councilman Mark Brazaitis said it was vital that Morgantown take further steps to support economic diversification.

Marshall to lead Corrections Investigations Division

William Marshall III took his position in July.

Another special session? Governor Justice says bring it on

Justice wants lawmakers to consider contracting fee to fund drug fight and tax exemption for veterans.

Second person arrested in fatal Taylor County shooting

Frank Newbraugh's body was discovered on Riverside Road late in the evening of June 23, 2017.

Kanawha County woman gets 2 years in prison for deadly wreck

The crash in Cross Lanes claimed the life of a man last year.

Six vehicle accident shuts down most of I-79 near state line

Dispatchers believe one person was injured and transported to the hospital.

Recovery to be a long road for community of Hundred

Residents of Hundred are still accessing the damage to their homes and businesses following devastating floods that hit the community this weekend.

Camp notes: Fewer drops, Cajuste adjusts, lineman leaves

With a temporary hole at Will linebacker, West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson has no plans to move Brendan Ferns from middle.

Hardly any state agencies meet audit deadline, Justice administration says

Success rate was less than 10 percent last year, according to chief of staff.

Askew-Henry hungry for first full-contact practice: ‘I’m back now’

Advice from Darrelle Revis and Karl Joseph helped West Virginia free safety make the best of his injury year.

DOH says road damage from flood at $7 million

Agency hoping to get reimbursement from federal government.

Shady Spring High renovations wrapping up

The nearly two-year project includes a new gymnasium.

DMV pay change expected by September

Agency believes adding $5 an hour for shift differential after hours on weekdays and Saturday's will help reduce the rate of employee turnover in Martinsburg and Charleston offices.

Three years of WV explanations for letting audit deadline slip

Federal stages of response: acceptance, warnings, sanctions.

Morgantown-based environmental scientist to make 2018 bid for House of Delegates

Evan Hansen, co-owner of Downstream Strategies in Morgantown, announced his candidacy as a Democrat in a press release Tuesday.

The Lunch Report: West Virginia nose guard race appears wide-open

What do four contenders have in common? None has played a snap at the Division I level.

Gianato: State to seek public and individual disaster assistance following recent flood

First round of damage assessments could be completed by the weekend.

Schools spared worst of flooding; Hundred athletic complex damaged

No delays to start of school year are expected in Wetzel County and Marion County.

Summers Co. kidnapping suspect turns himself in

The suspect led police on a three-day manhunt.

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