November 6, 2017

PEIA’s finance board holds first public hearing in Morgantown

In the aftermath of proposed changes under the PEIA that include an increase in benefit premiums and a change in costs for prescriptions, employees from various sectors spoke to the PEIA's finance board during a meeting on Monday about how the proposed changes could impact their lives.

Manchin to serve as No Labels honorary co-chair

No Labels is a political organization that was created to mobilize citizens and politicians for pushing bipartisan solutions on policies.

State Tax Department wants $1.2 million from defaulting hotels

Lawyers for state say sales taxes were collected but not passed on.

Charleston City Council to consider ordinances that address homeless crime

The city's Homeless Task Force met Monday at the Covenant House to discuss the proposals.

The Blitz Podcast: Setting the stage for the playoffs

Garrett Cullen and Fred Persinger look at the opening week playoff matchups for all three classes around the state.

14 now convicted in Detroit-to-West Virginia oxycodone ring

Amanda Gifford, 34, of Morgantown, admitted to unlawful use of a communication facility in March 2017

Harrison County woman convicted for role in meth scheme

Crystal Michelle Haggarty, 34, of Bridgeport, faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in prison and a $1,000,000 fine.

Hardy: No mid-year cut needed to state budget

Tax collections only missing estimates by $8 million after 4 months.

George Washington’s Edwards to be remembered

Former George Washington coach died Saturday.

CAMC gets creative to recruit and retain nurses

CAMC Foundation steps forward with $12.5 million to fund new initiative.

Three Guys Before The Game: Post Iowa State Edition

The fellas reveal one of the great unknowns in Mountaineer football on this edition of the show.

Nearly 4,000 central West Virginia residents to benefit from broadband expansion

The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded a $3 million grant to provide broadband internet access to hundreds of unserved and underserved West Virginians.

New deal would soon make Huggins a $4-million coach

The new contract would keep him coaching through age 69 and leaves in place an end-of-deal emeritus option for Huggins to move into a fundraising and public relations role.

Man killed in double passing crash

Wreck occurred in Lincoln County Monday.

Jury seated in wrongful death trial of 2015 deputy-involved shooting

The 2015 shooting death of then 45-year-old Christie Cathers has been subject to a number of legal disputes since the original lawsuit was filed in Jan. 2016 in Monongalia County.

Man sentenced after pleading guilty to Charleston murder

Deandre Moore, 22, was sentenced Monday to spend life in prison with mercy.

Fayetteville “Heroin(e)” roundtable hopes to spark positive change

The event is free, open to the public and begins at 6 Wednesday evening at the Historic Fayette Theater.

Rugged, physical practices preceded win over Iowa State

The Gold & Blue Lunch Report takes stock of the college football weekend and West Virginia's old-school win over the Cyclones.

New mobile parking payment service launches in Huntington

Parkmobile is already being used in Morgantown along with large cities like Washington, D.C.

Former deputy’s hearing continued in Morgantown road rage incident

The hearing, scheduled for Monday afternoon at 2:30, is continued and has not been rescheduled.

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