February 18, 2018

WV Senate leaders discuss teachers, pay, PEIA and strike

Teachers, service personnel set to walk out Thursday, Friday and, possibly, beyond.

Decades old Bluefield murder case reaches breakthrough

The suspect was indicted in Mercer County last week.

One-hitter spoils WVU’s hopes of series win

Jacksonville pitchers combined to retire the final 20 Mountaineers batters in a 2-1 victory Sunday.

PEIA board set to vote on freeze proposal

Meeting set for Tuesday in Charleston.

Lincoln County man arrested for alleged armed robbery

Mario Puma, of Williamson, is accused of walking into the Super Stop in Alum Creek, showed a knife and stole cigarettes.

Former Hurricane Coach Willis May remembers his fallen colleagues

Coach recounts scary scenario when he heard "Code Red" over the intercom of Marjory Stoneman Douglas HS

National organizations find teacher actions ‘inspiring’

West Virginia school employees have been demanding lawmakers for improvements to the state health insurance program as well as larger pay raises.

Flood warning remains in place along Ohio River

Following minor flooding on the Ohio River on Saturday, meteorologists expect water levels to drop before another weather system moves through the region later this week.

Metheny catches fire as No. 2 University wins OVAC 5A title

Kaden Metheny scored 17 points in the fourth quarter as No. 2 University beat No. 1 Parkersburg South for the OVAC 5A championship.

Wheeling Central captures 3A OVAC title over Union Local (Ohio)

Wheeling Central picks up its 18th win on the year, beating Union Local (OH) 59-43 for the 3A OVAC championship.

Woods leads Trinity past Cameron for 1A OVAC championship

Daniel Woods scored 18 points as Trinity beat Cameron 52-40.

Wayne death being treated as homicide

53-year-old man found dead.

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