October 4, 2017

Early voting ends for road bond referendum

Polls will open Saturday at 6:30 a.m., and remain open until 7:30 p.m.

Five stops and two squabbles during latest road bond tour

Governor winds up in clashes with two members of Liberty Caucus.

Attorney General, Kmart reach settlement agreement

Kmart agreed to pay $100,000 and enact programs to provide consumers with purchase savings.

Southwestern: Point Pleasant makes trip to 6-0 Bluefield

Point Pleasant is at No. 1 Bluefield in one of the state's marquee games in Week 7.

Justice announces appointment to Division of Juvenile Services

William Marshall previously served 25 years with the West Virginia State Police.

Grieving husband wants the world to know his wife

Tony Burditus talks about his wife, Las Vegas shooting victim, Denise on MetroNews "Talkline."

The Sweet Spot: Country toads, take us home

Episode 10 of the video podcast discusses West Virginia's run defense, the evolution of Kenny Hill and recruiting.

Washington, Wyoming East, Ravenswood win golf titles

Washington, Wyoming East and Ravenswood win state golf championships Wednesday.

Sentencing postponed in Randolph County case involving trooper

Oct. 18 is new date in Nathaniel Wegman case.

Air Guard crew heads to Puerto Rico

Taking supplies for Hurricane Maria relief effort.

Beckley woman who beat pastor to death sentenced to 30 years

Camille Browne told authorities during questioning she had "killed an old white man" who "wouldn't die".

Schumer to address state Democrats at November dinner

The Roosevelt-Kennedy Annual Dinner will be held Nov. 3.

Second look at judicial salary recommendation is worthwhile, WVU law school dean says

First version fell short on how judicial salaries compare to the private sector.

Report: Fall colors beginning to pop in Mountain State

Good viewing opportunities in additional areas of higher elevation.

Forest fire continues to burn in Grant County

Blaze jumped from five to ten acres from Tuesday to Wednesday on rugged North Fork Mountain.

West Virginia’s Spavital sees grown-up version of Kenny Hill

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report: Several years removed from their days at Texas A&M, the coach and quarterback bring a subplot to Saturday's Top-25 showdown.

Eastern Panhandle: Musselman, Hedgesville set for top 5 battle

Hedgesville and Musselman, ranked in the top 5 of the SSAC playoff ratings, face off in one of the big Class AAA games statewide in Week 7.

West Virginians donate blood following Vegas shooting

The American Red Cross holds blood drive in Charleston Wednesday.

“I’m here by the grace of God:” Shinnston native recounts events from Las Vegas shooting

Courtney Robey, a native of Shinnston, West Virginia, has attended many concerts in her lifetime, and she expected Sunday night's Jason Aldean concert at the Route 91 Harvest Festival in Las Vegas Village to be just like any other.

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