November 15, 2017

Three Guys Before The Game: Texas Edition

It's a senior day special edition of the show as the Mountaineers close the home schedule against Texas.

Justice appoints acting Labor commissioner to lead division

Justice said Mitch Woodrum will succeed former commissioner David Mullins, who resigned in August.

Senate votes to confirm Trump pick to lead MSHA

Senators voted 52-46 to confirm David Zatezalo, of Wheeling, as assistant secretary of labor for mine safety and health in the Department of Labor.

Carter’s comprehensive night carries Mountaineers past American

The point guard delivered 20 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and nine steals as West Virginia cruised 98-64 on Wednesday night.

Photo gallery: West Virginia 98, American 64

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Images from No. 24 West Virginia’s 98-64 blowout win over American on Wednesday night.

US House committee passes Mooney bill on coal regulations

If the bill becomes law, mining companies would no longer be required to report the number of safety violations and citations to the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Now committed to WVU, Lee was patient in recruiting process

Martinsburg senior standout defensive end Tavis Lee reflects on committing to WVU.

Judge rules again that owners of Morgantown hotel are dismissed from bankruptcy court

Judge had already ruled once that case should be dismissed.

‘Sweet Spot’ podcast: All-or-nothing offense brings anxiety

"The Sweet Spot with A.T." video podcast discusses the basketball team's miserable showing in Germany and even offers an on-air commitment!).

Concerned over future of road bond project, Monongalia County Commissioners send letter to DOT Secretary

"I'm not really sure why we really are at this point where we need to reaffirm what the voters of Mon County overwhelmingly displayed just a few weeks ago," Commissioner Sean Sikora said.

Petition will force Fairmont City Council to hear Human Rights Commission ordinance for third time

"If the council fails to repeal the referred ordinance within 30 days after the petition was finally determined sufficient, it shall submit the referred ordinance to the voters of the city," City Manager Robin Gomez said.

PEIA hears concerns from Beckley-area state workers on benefit plan

The public hearing was one of several held across the Mountain State in recent weeks.

Martinsburg’s Tavis Lee commits to West Virginia

The 6-foot-3, 227-pound defensive end has led his team to a 11-0 record this season.

Official says opioid epidemic shorts state’s economy nearly $1 billion

Dr. John Deskins, executive director of WVU's Bureau of Business and Economic Research, spoke at the university's third Academic Media Day on Monday and said substance use disorders are causing significant job loss in the state, as well as tying up resources that could be used in other needed areas.

Cabell Midland’s Jeffrey part of WVU baseball recruiting class

Madison Jeffrey is the lone in-state baseball signing for West Virginia's recruiting class.

Enhanced sentence sought for woman convicted 2014 slaying

Berkeley County Prosecutors look for more jail time for woman convicted of 2014 shooting.

CAMC approves new budget with operating loss

Hospital officials hope recent trend of increase in patients continues.

Clay Center unveils new water, health and music exhibits

The three exhibits will officially open to the public this Saturday.

Clarksburg’s Robinson Grand soon to be reality

Wednesday, the city of Clarksburg was presented a donation of $250,000 from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation to renovate and restore the historic downtown landmark.

‘He said, they said’ continues in controversy about state Supreme Court renovation spending

Two of the five justices, including Chief Justice Allen Loughry, claim the spending issues go beyond a $32,000 couch.

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