November 20, 2017

McKinley hoping for energy in getting tax legislation passed

U.S. Rep. David McKinley, R-W.Va., was one of 227 House Republicans who voted for the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act last week.

White House council: Opioid epidemic cost more than $500 billion

The White House Council of Economic Advisers said in a 10-page report the economic cost of the opioid crisis was $504 billion, or 2.8 percent of the United States' gross domestic product.

Offense comes from unusual suspects as WVU routs The Beach

Sagaba Konate scored 20 points, Chase Harler added 14 and the Mountaineers improved to 3-1 with a 91-62 win Monday night.

The Blitz Podcast: Playoff semifinals

Garrett Cullen and Fred Persinger look back at the quarterfinal round of the playoffs and ahead to this week's semifinal matchups for all three classes around the state.

ASP dedicates 9 new homes to Greenbrier flood victims

A ceremony was held Monday in Rainelle.

Settlement reached in 2015 diesel spill

A judge preliminary approved Monday a class action settlement worth $4 million.

Three Guys Before The Game: Post Texas Edition

The aftermath of Will Grier's injury continues to reverberate throughout Mountaineer Nation.

Cheatham: PEIA to consider changes in preferred drugs proposal

Health insurance agency in discussion with CVS.

Mayfield won’t start vs. Mountaineers on Senior Day

Crotch-grabbing incident at Kansas also means the Heisman frontrunner won't serve as a Sooners gameday captain.

Mooney holds roundtable discussion on tax reform in Charleston

The event was held at the West Virginia Chamber of Commerce Office.

Bowl outlook dicey for Grier: ‘He’s obviously out for quite a while’

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia quarterback Will Grier plans to return to North Carolina in two weeks for a post-surgery evaluation on his throwing hand....

Fayette County man facing felony malicious wounding charges

The victim, Rodney Ray Rose, 36, of the Ansted area of Fayette County, identified his shooter as Brian Stephen Willis, 29, of the Victor area.

Charleston man asked police to kill him

Officers showed great restraint, chief says.

Authorities investigating cause of Clarksburg fire

Authorities are investigating the cause of a Sunday night fire that sent one person to the hospital.

Charles Manson’s West Virginia childhood hinted of violence

Leader of murderous 'family' died Sunday in California while serving life sentence.

Final Four – How Sweet It Is!!

It’s the week of Thanksgiving and certainly a time to give thanks for the many good things we have!  And, this week means we are...

Tax reform benefits West Virginia and the country

It has taken three decades, but the Congress is finally close to passing comprehensive and badly needed tax reform.  The House of Representatives passed its...

New law allows W.Va. school bus drivers to carry epinephrine

Implementation will vary county by county.

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