December 12, 2017

Judicial investigation commission charges Yeager with embezzlement

Yeager served as a magistrate between Jan. 1 2005 and July 20, 2017, in which she resigned from office after a complaint and investigative report was filed against her.

West Virginia congressmen urge CHIP reauthorization in letter

The program provides insurance for families with incomes that are too high to qualify for Medicaid.

Couple sentenced in pill-stealing scheme

Amber Fox was sentenced to two and a half years, and David Grove Jr. was sentenced to two years in prison.

DHHR survey shows fewer West Virginians are smoking

From 2011-2016, there was a 2 percent decrease in the number of West Virginia adults who smoke.

Ex-Michigan cornerback chooses West Virginia over nine FBS offers

Keith Washington was an all-conference selection at Copiah-Lincoln (Miss.) Community College.

WV Tax Department claims hotel owner, lender illegally kept tax dollars

Tax Department wants at least $720,000 and punitive damages.

Fairmont mayor expects voters to be final arbiters on Human Rights Commission ordinance

Mainella said he's not changing his vote, part of a 7-2 majority that passed Ordinance 1751, an updated version of a previous human rights commission ordinance, in September.

Fayette commissioners want pipeline lawsuit to be tossed

Commissioners disagree that federal regulations override local zoning laws.

Elkins’ senior kicker George Triplett earns Walker Award

George Triplett named the state’s special teams player of the year as chosen by the West Virginia Sportswriters Association.

Event list already growing for Clarksburg’s Robinson Grand theater

As the Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center in downtown Clarksburg takes shape ahead of its spring grand opening, city officials are already beginning to book events for the theater's spaces.

Former Fayette teacher, coach pleads guilty to drug charges

Larry "Makie" McCommack faces up to 10 years in prison.

31st Spirit of Beckley Award presented to “present day visionary”

Bishop Dr. Fred Simms is the first African American recipient of the honor.

Huntington police arrest suspect in the second shooting death in as many days

Latest victim found outside convenience store on Hal Greer Boulevard; one person in custody.

Heavier bands of snow part of latest storm

Highest elevations expected to highest accumulation.

Boyes sentenced on police pursuit charges, escape case awaits grand jury

Todd Boyes escaped the South Central Regional Jail in October.

Arrests made in unrelated robbery, fugitive incidents

Officers with Morgantown Police Department have made arrests in two unrelated cases.

Ethics Act wouldn’t apply to volunteer Bray Cary, official says

Other administration officials have to file financial disclosure forms.

Once on the outs with Justice, Cary is now an insider

Businessman serves as 'citizen volunteer' in Governor's Office.

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