September 8, 2017

No. 11 Duke deals WVU women their worst home loss, 4-0

The No. 3 Mountaineers were staggered by two first-half goals in a rare blowout at Dick Dlesk Soccer Stadium.

Tax deputies enter troubled Morgantown hotel to collect for taxes owed

Hilton Garden Inn owned by Mountain Blue Hotel Group site of 'levy of execution.'

Robert C. Byrd’s Banko named AARP Scholar Athlete of the Week

Eagles’ two sport standout earns AARP/MetroNews statewide honor.

Trump signs Congress bill on disaster aid, debt ceiling

U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., was the only West Virginia member of the House of Representatives to vote for passage.

Trump nominates former W.Va. campaign chair for US Attorney

Michael Stuart previously served as chairman of the West Virginia Republican Party from 2010 to 2012.

State BOE member charged with DUI

The governor's office did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

Midland Trail football with a ‘Salute to Service’ on helmets

Midland Trail’s football helmets look a little bit different this year – a salute to what the team calls the ‘real patriots,’ men and women of the United States military.

Technology for blind, visually impaired displayed at Kanawha County expo

Devices were on hand Friday at the National Federation of the Blind of West Virginia convention.

Herd may need near-perfect outing to topple N.C. State

Marshall enters Saturday as a 19-point underdog and faces one of the nation's toughest defensive lines.

More than 730,000 West Virginians likely impacted by data breach at credit monitoring agency

Equifax reports hackers exploited a website application vulnerability and gained access to files potentially impacting 143 million consumers nationwide.

Man killed after being struck by CSX train

An investigation is underway.

Pool to cost Berkeley County Park system about $100k to repair

Repairs at War Memorial Pools in Berkeley County will cost north of $100k and impacted revenue by keeping facilities closed for almost three weeks over the summer.

Can coaches temper Grier’s will to run? And should they?

Catch up on West Virginia's galloping quarterback, Martell Petttaway's status and East Carolina's embarrassing start in this week's Four-Down Territory preview.

Illinois community mourns after fatal Wetzel County plane crash

Bill and Pat Searcy, were flying a Cirrus SR20 from Georgetown, Delaware to Flemingsburg, Kentucky, when the aircraft crashed in Wetzel County Tuesday afternoon.

Squirrel season a time to get back to our roots

West Virginia's statewide squirrel hunting season opens this weekend.

Hardy County school superintendent dies of gunshot wound

No foul play suspected in death of Dr. Matthew Dotson.

Charleston mayor hopes Town Center can restructure debt after defaulting loan

The Charleston Town Center Mall announced it will default a nearly $80 million loan Friday.

ECU home opener gives Morgantown Police, area law enforcement first football test of 2017

The Morgantown Police Department will be fully staffed for Saturday's noon kick-off versus ECU.

Clear bag policy goes into effect for Saturday’s WVU home opener

"The intention is a safer and more efficient screening of bags that come in," Messerly said.

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