March 9, 2018

Photo gallery: West Virginia downs Texas Tech in Big 12 semifinals

Images from Friday night's semifinals of the Big 12 tournament.

Class A No. 1 St. Joe moves on to play for 9th title in 10 years

St. Joseph Central defeated Summers County 86-46 in the Class A girls basketball semifinals.

Manchin, Capito voice approval of Trump tariffs

Trump signed two proclamations Thursday to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum imports.

Marshall aiming to end 31-year NCAA drought

By beating Southern Miss in the semifinals, the Herd earned a spot in the Conference USA tournament championship game opposite Western Kentucky.

Gritty effort sends No. 1 Buckhannon back to Class AAA championship

Buckhannon-Upshur defeated Wheeling Park 42-39 on Friday night in the Class AAA semifinals.

Justice lets sports betting bill become law; NBA hints at special session

Professional sports leagues have lobbied to have a one percent integrity fee amended into the bill.

Justice signs natural gas bills dealing with owners’ rights

Justice also signed a bill dealing with post-production expenses on drilling projects.

Justice to add 6 women to PEIA Task Force

According to a press release, Justice will make the appointments Monday.

Sen. Arvon says she was a victim of cyberbullying

Senate passes bill to make online harassment a crime in West Virginia.

Senate votes to make Ethics Act apply to ‘public servant volunteers’

The bill that passed the Senate on Friday would update the state Ethics Act to apply to a 'public servant volunteer.'

No. 1 North Marion rallies again to survive another upset bid

North Marion rallied from a 16-point deficit to beat Frankfort 63-54 in the Class AA semifinals.

Clay County family that survived 2016 flood gets keys to new home

WV VOAD and member groups continue to help in recovery efforts.

Wheeling Central into Class A title game for second time in four years

Wheeling Central beat Tucker County 63-46 in the girls basketball Class A semifinals.

Senate passes bill dealing with food stamp eligibility

Bill would limit waivers on work requirements from federal law for counties with high unemployment rates.

Lawmakers deal with school activities gun bill in session’s final days

Supporters say measure in response to preview circuit judge order.

Flu season peaks in WV; not over just yet

Fewer people are getting sick with the flu, according to the state DHHR.

Steelworkers praise Trump tariffs

Steelworkers in West Virginia praise Trump's plan for taxing steel and aluminum imports.

Wyoming East erases early deficit for AA title game spot over Wayne

Wyoming East beat Wayne 69-50 for a spot in the Class AA state championship game.

Arrests made following McDowell County shooting

No injuries were reported in the Tuesday incident.

Voters may decide if Legislature gains more oversight of judicial spending

The House of Delegates passed the resolution by a 93-1 vote on Friday morning.

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