March 13, 2018

Additional charges handed down for HOPE clinic owners, associates

A grand jury handed down a 69-count indictment last month against 12 people associated with the pain management clinic, accusing them of operating a "pill mill."

Tennessee Tech blanks West Virginia in opener of midweek series

Alex Hursey limited the Mountaineers to two hits over eight innings in Tennessee Tech's 8-0 win Tuesday night.

Manchin, Capito send letter concerning staffing at federal prisons

The senators said they were "extremely disappointed" in the lack of progress regarding increased funding for federal correctional institutions in West Virginia.

Testimony gets underway in Berkeley County scalding death

Michael McKinley, 31, of Hedgesville, faces a single count of death of a child by a parent, guardian or custodian by child neglect.

Students at some West Virginia high schools to participate in Wednesday demonstrations

Victims of Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School massacre to be remembered.

Brumage defends Charleston needle exchange program

Program under fire after a number of needles were found on city streets.

PEIA Task Force gets rolling, with big job ahead

Task force next meets April 10 to get grounded on the basics.

Storm warnings, advisories posted across parts of West Virginia

Upslope activity and snow squalls expected through Wednesday morning.

From players’ iPhones to Huggins’ DVDs, a busy week for video staffer

Former Mountaineers guard James Long has a new appreciation for the scouting work that goes on behind March Madness.

HS boys basketball state tournament brackets, full schedule

The daily schedule and brackets for the high school boys basketball state tournament from the Charleston Civic Center.

Jury chosen in scalding death trial

Hedgesville man on trial in Berkeley County.

Preston County bank robbery under investigation

The man in the photographs is believed to be in his late 20's to early 30's with a scruffy beard.

Gaming industry remains opposed to integrity fee for sports betting

Integrity already there, industry official says.

Metal detectors to be used again at Civic Center for boys HS basketball tournament

Metal detectors were used last week for the girls tournament.

Gayle Manchin, fired by Governor Justice, says she had to speak out

Governor considers whether to sign or veto bill dismantling arts department.

Two arrested after child found neglected in Fayette County motel

More charges could be coming pending a hospital report.

Five big issues for the PEIA Task Force

29-member task force has its first meeting today.

Governor Justice open to sports betting special session and integrity fee

Governor Jim Justice says he would “absolutely” call a special session of the legislature to revise a sports betting law in West Virginia to consider...

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