August 3, 2017

Police investigate multiple overdoses in Wheeling

Crack cocaine laced with unknown drug.

Governor Justice breaks with party and orthodoxy as Trump cheers him on

'He showed that our country rises above party,' Trump said.

‘The Sweet Spot’ podcast ponders WVU’s over/under wins total

Is West Virginia undervalued at 7.5 wins? Is Dylan Tonkery a sufficient placeholder for David Long? Plus recruiting updates on elite in-state prospects.

WV Air Guard member dies in Middle East

Barboursville resident died in non-combat incident.

#WV social media blows up over governor’s party switch

Justice ran as a Democrat but had earlier been a registered Republican.

Gov. Justice’s jump to GOP catches staff by surprise

Official announcement expected at Thursday night's Trump rally in Huntington.

Helping flood recovery efforts while living outside the Mountain State

"The first thing they can do is reach out to nationally known disaster response agencies like The Red Cross or someone like that," Namay said.

Panel finds former lawmaker guilty of violating Ethics Act

Michael Ihle used a Ravenswood-issued cell phone during political campaign.

Big-ly crowd gathers early for Trump rally in WV

Trump makes second visit to West Virginia in two week-span.

Operation Welcome Home still seeking employers for veterans job fair

Operation Welcome Home operates in the Morgantown area.

State begins new fiscal year with ‘flat’ revenue collections

Chief of Staff Nick Casey says severance tax collections are showing steady gains.

Carrier expects WRs to prove they’re ready for prime time

West Virginia assistant says "We’re going to let them go and make plays."

Harrison Commission approves Charles Pointe as location for new 911 center

Charles Pointe will be the future home for a new Harrison/Taylor 911 Center, as approved during Wednesday's Harrison County Commission meeting.

Second man pleads guilty in fatal Jefferson County shooting

Sentencings scheduled later this year in connection with death of former WVU student.

AARP, MetroNews partner again for Scholar Athlete of the Week

MetroNews and AARP will present a weekly Scholar Athlete of the Week during the fall sports season.

Wyoming Co. man sentenced for child pornography

Authorities found 600 videos and images of preadolescent minors engaging in sexual acts on 30-year-old Eddie Dwaine Justice, Jr.'s personal computer.

Celebrating 25 years of toasting in Charleston

West Virginia Power to honor Rod Blackstone, "The Toast Man" and 25 years of his unique style of heckling opponents at Appalachian Power Park.

US Senate passes Jessie’s Law

Legislation named after Charleston native who lost her live to drugs.

State Police investigating a police-involved shooting

West Virginia State Police is investigating a Wednesday afternoon shooting in Farmington involving Marion County Sheriff's Department.

In wake of tobacco prevention cuts, new report highlights where West Virginia is still falling short

The report, "How Do You Measure Up?," comes from the American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network.

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