January 19, 2018

Flu remains a problem in the Mountain State

State is still reporting widespread activity this season.

Berkeley County man dead after car strikes tractor-trailer

Maryland State Police said 33-year-old Chad Walden struck the rear of the trailer with his Dodge Stratus.

DNR acquiring 17 elk from Kentucky recreation area

The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has reached an agreement to acquire 17 elk from the Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.

Federal judge upholds $3.8 million arbitration ruling against Charleston Gazette-Mail

MediaNews, former owner of Charleston Daily Mail, asked for expedited ruling due to impending sale.

Fershee and Baxter officially file for Congressional runs

The winner of that primary is expected to face incumbent Republican Congressman David McKinley.

The family the points fell on

One family, one hunting season, five deer, 57 points.

2018 WV International Auto Show kicks off in Charleston

Show runs through Sunday at the Charleston Civic Center.

Lawmakers assess bigger funding requests for Commerce, Tourism

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Lawmakers are starting to weigh whether it’s prudent to add the $35 million Gov. Jim Justice wants for the Department of Commerce...

Different outlook at annual transportation rally

Contractors, others ready to get started with road bond work.

Fayette County man faces charges of animal neglect

A Fayette County man is in jail for severely neglecting his pets.

Manchin to vote for continuing resolution to keep government operating

Senator says Congress cannot keep "kicking the can down the road."

WVU reaching back to principles after 2-game slide

Mo Bamba and Texas will make for an elite defensive matchup Saturday. Allan Taylor's preview and prediction.

Armstead says he won’t run for House again; may run for state Supreme Court

Armstead became the first Republican Speaker of the House of Delegates in 84 years.

Testing for new State Police cadet class starts Saturday

It's an accelerated class which means only currently certified law enforcement officers can apply.

Sportsline: Fairmont Sr. coach Dave Retton on dominant start

Class AA defending state champion Fairmont Senior has been rolling on the year.

US House passes spending bill, though hopes are low for Senate approval

The continuing resolution includes funding the federal government for 28 days, as well as the reauthorization of the Children's Health Insurance Program for six years.

West Virginia wind subsidy targeted for elimination

In 2001, the West Virginia Legislature exercised its creative flair by determining that a wind power turbine should be considered a “pollution control facility.” To...

Herd gets healthy to upset MTSU, 73-63

C.J. Burks scored 25 points, Ajdin Penava made a splashy return to the lineup.

Huggins: Benched Allen unlikely to play against Texas

“Teddy needs to be quiet and listen," says Mountaineers coach Bob Huggins, citing

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