November 2, 2017

House Republicans unveil tax bill with questions about possible impacts

President Donald Trump said he hopes to have a bill signed by Thanksgiving if possible.

Jefferson commission passes resolution protecting historical monuments

The 3-2 vote comes after the commission unanimously approved in September to keep a bronze plaque honoring those who fought for the Confederacy.

State Democrats to gather in Charleston Friday for annual dinner

U.S. Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., will be the keynote speaker of the Roosevelt-Kennedy Dinner.

Class A contender South Harrison loses Barnette to torn ACL, meniscus

Cam Barnette's season comes to an end for the Class A No. 2 Hawks.

High School Sportsline audio archive: November 1

The two-hour High School Sportsline audio archive from November 1 with Fred Persinger, Dave Jecklin and Garrett Cullen.

FAU wants to keep Herd grounded

  HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — With a chance at the C-USA conference championship at stake, Marshall visits an Florida Atlantic team riding a four-game winning streak....

Escaped jail inmate Todd Boyes denies identity

Todd Boyes tells Texas judge he's not Todd Boyes, delaying extradition back to West Virginia.

Three Guys Before The Game; Iowa State Edition

The fellas have figured out the perfect phrase to describe this week's game; excitingly dangerous.

WV cities file federal class action suit over opioid addiction

Cities claim health accrediting organization did little to stop opioid epidemic.

Southwestern: Huntington, Cabell Midland, Mingo take center stage

Huntington and Cabell Midland face off in Week 11, while Mingo Central travels to Winfield.

Charleston man sentenced in connection with double shooting

Scott Breeden, 20, will spend five years in prison for shooting two people after a drug deal.

North Central: Lincoln at Bridgeport broadcast on MetroNews

A look at several key matchups in Week 11 for the area, which includes a MetroNews full HD broadcast of the Lincoln at Bridgeport game.

Clean Power Plan repeal public hearing to be held in Charleston

EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt says agency is coming to the "heart of coal country" to hear from residents most impacted.

911 calls released from Kanawha ambulance hijacking

Scott Marshall, 40, of Charleston, was charged with robbing the ambulance on Halloween night.

Philanthropy WV leader receives national award from Secretary of State

Secretary Mac Warner presented the NASS-WV Award Thursday to Philanthropy West Virginia and its President & CEO Paul Daugherty.

“Blue Zones” author to speak at WVU

Blue Zones could explain why some populations live longer than others.

Thrasher says jobs are coming and state must be ready

Commerce Secretary says job training will have to improve and increase--and we have to expect new folks to move back into West Virginia and reverse long time population declines.

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