The four-star safety from Aliquippa, Pa., picked the Mountaineers over Pitt, Penn State, Florida and a pile of other Power 5 schools.
The crew was one guy short for this edition of the podcast, as Tony was on assignment. Hoppy and Brad look at what went wrong...
Those individuals suspected of illegal drug use will be sent for drug testing, with people testing positive for drug use being referred to treatment.
Commissioner Chelsea Ruby says West Virginia losing market share to surrounding states.
Garrett Cullen and Fred Persinger recap Week 10 of the high school football season and look ahead to the regular season's final week.
Robin Helton allegedly drove South Central Regional Jail inmate to Texas.
Sandy first moved into West Virginia during the weekend of Oct. 27, 2012.
Todd Boyes back in custody but questions remain about how he walked out the front door of the South Central Regional Jail.
“Upon arrival, the crews found a large part of the building on fire,” Chief Mark Caravasos said Monday.
A 34-year-old Ohio man entered a plea agreement in Lewis County Circuit Court Monday, pleading guilty to second-degree robbery.
Erika Klose, teacher at Winfield Middle School, gets $25,000 award.
Criminal complaint says Nathaniel Devers, others, refused to leave restaurant.
Justice picks new delegate to replace Stephen Baldwin, who was named to Senate seat.
23 were initially charged on Oct. 23.
The Gold & Blue Lunch Report takes stock of West Virginia's 50-39 loss to Oklahoma State and the magic simmering in Ames.
Officer was off duty when he and four friends came under fire, suspect is jailed on charges of attempted murder and malicious wounding.
WVU student Ryan Mumaw killed.
Cause of fire and environmental concerns move to forefront.
Martinsburg's Tyson Bagent was dominant as the defending state champion Bulldogs beat No. 4 Musselman 62-12.
Salem International University is preparing for not only a name change but a new identity.