September 5, 2017

Mooney stands behind Trump action on DACA

U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, R-W.Va., talked about the issue during a telephone town hall Tuesday evening.

Drennan selected to succeed Hall

Mark Drennan, of Teays Valley, is also the executive director of the West Virginia Behavioral Health Care Providers Association.

Manchin’s office helps Lincoln County man receive Purple Heart

Wetzel "Sundown" Sanders, of Midkiff, served during the December 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.

Westover Mayor relieved that annexation case survived State Supreme Court

The vote was decided 4-1 at the state level, with Justice Robin Davis the lone dissenting voice on the legal battle over the 2-1 2013 vote by the Monongalia County Commission allowing Westover the 102-acre minor boundary adjustment.

Finalists named for Fairmont State president

A presidential search committee is looking to find a successor to Maria Rose, who retired in June after more than 25 years at the institution.

10 plays in the film room: Deep-diving on West Virginia’s narrow loss

Breaking down key moments for the Mountaineers during a loss to Virginia Tech that was both gut-wrenching and encouraging.

Cabell County blaze claims life

State Fire Marshal's Office investigating.

Police investigate bank robbery in Charleston

Man had a gun and demanded money.

Holgorsen didn’t buy unsportsmanlike conduct flag

Mountaineers notebook: Addressing Grant Lingafelter's injury, Marcus Simms' status and those dreaded punter cramps.

Residents say they want to vote for road bond, cut state budget: MetroNews West Virginia Poll

Most say they'll turn out for road bond vote, but history says otherwise about turnout.

Glenville woman shares her story as a ‘Rosie the Riveter’

GLENVILLE, W.Va. — When Ruby Coberly was growing up in Gilmer County, she never imagined herself having a large impact on the nation’s history. But...

Marion County fugitive captured in Michigan

Gibson was wanted by the Fairmont Police Department for distribution of cocaine, conspiracy, and fleeing from an officer.

Elkins City Council to hold final vote on “Brunch Bill” Thursday

Class "A" businesses in the city of Elkins may soon be able to serve alcoholic beverages at 10 a.m. on Sundays, if Elkins City Council passes its second and final reading of its Brunch Bill Thursday.

State Museum offers new history program for W.Va. students

Students in grades 2-5 can learn more about their state through a new after school program called West Virginia 101.

The Lunch Report: Taking stock of West Virginia’s opening loss

Allan Taylor charts the ups and downs of the Mountaineers and the Big 12 from Week 1.

From Blowouts To Shootouts To One Handed Catches, Week #2 Delivered!

Isn’t high school football great?  I mean, just two weeks into the 2017 season and we have already experienced just about every emotion one could...

9-year-old caught driving pickup truck in Morgan County

A Morgan County Sheriff's deputy apprehended a 9-year-old boy who fled in a pickup truck Monday.

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