August 7, 2017

Mountain East basketball tournaments to return to Charleston in 2018

The 12-member conference will return to Charleston in 2018 to host its men's and women's basketball tournaments.

Charleston mayor pushes for earlier user fee increase

Jones told council he wants to see the city's user fee increase before the scheduled 2020 change. The city's current fee of $2.50 was last increased in 2015.

Child’s body found near wrecked car in Pocahontas County; mother charged

Trooper says woman traveling from Jacksonville to Buffalo with deceased 11-year-old.

Huntington’s Wright, Spring Valley’s Nester in Rivals’ Top 100

Huntington's Darnell Wright rated No. 12 nationally, while Spring Valley's Doug Nester comes in at No. 89.

Manchin says Hundred needs housing after flood

Senator hoping FEMA can help out.

Akers announces run for Charleston mayor

City Clerk and local attorney J.B. Akers is running for the Republican nomination.

WVEA still backs Justice

Teachers union says now Republican governor still supports its priorities.

Police: Kanawha County drowning victim was handcuffed

Investigators believe man same man who escaped police a few days earlier.

After camp’s first week nose guard picture remains muddled

Jalen Harvey (above) is one of four candidates in the middle for West Virginia. Plus updates on freshmen who are standing out and why tight end packages will be limited this season.

Additional elk headed to West Virginia

Arizona Game and Fish Commission gives the green light for West Virginia to receive up to 60 elk in the coming years.

Farmers can seek financial assistance for flood losses

Federal programs aim to help farmers recover from flood damages

Justice meets with fellow Republicans Carmichael, Armstead

Democrats predict rocky road ahead after governor's party switch.

State Fair of West Virginia to open Thursday

The event runs for 10 days from August 10-19.

Police continue to investigate fatal crashes

Police are continuing to investigate two separate fatal crashes that occurred over the weekend.

Initial assessments show more than 790 homes damaged in some way in July flooding

Of those homes, Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management reports close to 160 are considered majorly damaged or completely destroyed.

Delayed potential taught Xavier Preston ‘nothing is given’

Defensive coordinator says 'Now's your time' as West Virginia senior linebacker hopes to become a starter.

2017 Mountain State Athletic Conference Grid-O-Rama schedule

A look at the MSAC Grid-O-Rama schedule, set for Friday, August 18 and Saturday, August 19

2017 Cardinal Conference Grid-O-Rama schedule

A look at the Cardinal Conference Grid-O-Rama schedule, set for Saturday, August 19.

Preliminary hearing for Josh Nicewarner will be held Tuesday

A preliminary hearing in the case of Josh Nicewarner will be held Tuesday morning.

Mercer Co. woman charged for embezzling from employer

66-year-old Roseanna Coomes had been a 40-year employee of the company.

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