January 22, 2018

Fired-up Frogs get first taste of winning vs. West Virginia

The No. 7 Mountaineers endured nearly 10 minutes without a basket and their top three offensive threats combined to shoot 11-of-38.

From emergency to excess, lawmakers question DHHR funding

$163 million that had been set aside for Medicaid spending now meant to fill general fund budget gaps.

Photo gallery: West Virginia falls hard at TCU, 82-73

Images from the Frogs' upset of No. 7 West Virginia on Monday night.

US Congress passes resolution to end government shutdown

The resolution also includes reauthorizing the Children's Health Insurance Program for six years.

Huntington Police Chief Ciccarelli dies

Joe Ciccarelli, 60, was appointed to the position in September 2014.

Harrison County magistrate rules probable cause in Jan. 11 shooting

Melissa Anne McAtee, 34, accused of shooting 36-year-old David Cottrill.

Authorities investigating weekend shooting in Mercer County

Officials identified the victim as William Sims of Bluefield.

Turnpike crash leaves one dead

The accident happened as the truck traveled south on the Turnpike near the I-77/64 split.

Oral argument in officer shooting lawsuit to begin Tuesday

In April 2016, the U.S. Justice Department announced that it found insufficient evidence to pursue civil-rights charges against the officers involved.

Bills to eliminate film tax credit passes Senate, advances in House

Eastern Panhandle delegate says credit has helped the state.

Gallery: Martinsburg erases 12-point deficit, beats Morgantown

Martinsburg overcomes 12-point fourth quarter deficit to beat Morgantown 53-52.

Killen, Williamson lead Chapmanville over Nitro for 10th win

Chapmanville improved to 10-1 with a 73-63 win over Nitro.

MetroNews High School Sports Minute: January 22

A few notes from the past weekend and for this week in high school athletics around West Virginia.

WV child dies from the flu

Six year old girl was a student at Ritchie Elementary School in Ohio County.

Kanawha County public library director to retire

Alan Engelbert announced he will retire this July.

Single-member districts bill passes House

Change would take place after 2020 Census.

Deal reached in Senate to end government shutdown

Manchin helps lead effort for bipartisan backing of continuing resolution.

Manpower at W.Va. State Police hits critical low level

Superintendent hopes a class this year and another next year will help offset three years of not graduates of the academy.

Man charged in Charleston murder has trial delayed a fifth time

Antonio Williams is now set to go on trial June 11.

Education and arts secretary defends department’s work on MetroNews ‘Talkline’

Gayle Manchin was a guest on Monday's MetroNews "Talkline."

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