October 6, 2017

Mountaineers slow Oklahoma State’s attack in 1-0 win

Amandine Pierre-Louis delivered a first-half goal and No. 8 West Virginia won its Big 12 home opener over the Cowgirls on Friday night in women's soccer.

Parkersburg Catholic’s Alkire named AARP Scholar Athlete of the Week

Parkersburg Catholic two-sport student athlete earns AARP/MetroNews statewide honor.

Berkeley County man wanted following Friday shooting

West Virginia State Police said Joshua Clyde Newill shot Claude Triplett at a Bunker Hill home.

WV Air National Guard concludes hurricane relief efforts in Puerto Rico

The Guard assisted victims in the wake of Hurricane Maria.

6-10 juco center reportedly commits to West Virginia

Andrew Gordon is a former football standout who started playing organized basketball a a high school senior.

McDowell County native recalls Stephen Paddock as “peculiar” but not violent

Sarah Tuggle and her husband C.J. went on a cruise to Mexico for their honeymoon in May. When the couple reached land, they went on a Jeep excursion, and by chance, were paired up with Stephen Paddock and Marilou Danley for the day.

In C-USA opener, Herd aims for followup road win

Marshall (3-1) is a 15-point favorite as it faces UNC-Charlotte (0-5) on Saturday.

Cabell County mother, daughter dead in murder-suicide; another child injured

Leah Cart, 39, shot her daughter Olivia and 7-year-old son Jonah before she took her own life.

Supreme Court says former justice McGraw “cherry picked” evidence in water case

Ruling means coal company no longer has to provide bottled water to group of Wyoming County residents.

Four-Down Territory: Offenses apply heat to TCU-West Virginia

Dig into the storylines for Saturday's top-25 clash and see the MetroNews staff's final-score predictions

Nate will deliver the soaking rain W.Va. needs

Two week dry spell about to end as the latest hurricane heads our way

Will 48,000 jobs really result from the WV road bond?

Governor says even if the number isn't right on, West Virginia will see economic growth.

Celebration for Century retirees planned Saturday in Jackson County

Enrollment forms for health benefits canceled years ago are going out this month.

Washington Irving Middle School teacher arrested for disorderly conduct

Ashleigh Lynn Airhart, 35, of Clarksburg, appeared before Harrison County Magistrate Donald Kopp on Wednesday. Kopp set Airhart's bond at $2,000, which has been posted.

#FTDR

I hope the road bond passes. I know there’s a lot of opposition.  I’ve heard it and read it every day for the past month...

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