March 19, 2018

Charleston City Council delays vote on needle bill for 60 days

A measure to recriminalize needles used for illegal drugs was introduced on March 5.

Hunter cleared to transfer after WVU grants release

The forward's first and only season at West Virginia ended abruptly when he was disciplined and left behind while the Mountaineers traveled to San Diego for the NCAA tournament's opening two rounds.

Opioid federal funding will go toward treating addicts immediately

West Virginia is one of three states to receive $333,000.

Judge to decide if treetop protest is where pipeline has access rights

Hearing in Monroe County set for 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

Buckhannon-Upshur’s McClung named Gatorade Player of the Year

Buckhannon-Upshur senior point guard Hanna McClung named the Gatorade girls basketball Player of the Year in West Virginia.

Highlights: Final look back at the boys basketball title games

Highlights from the 2018 high school boys basketball state championship games.

More winter weather conditions coming this week

Rain, snow, ice all in the forecast.

More elk have arrived in West Virginia

Just over 50 elk are being held on the Tomblin Wildlife Management Area in Logan County awaiting clearance to be released into the wild as part of the state's ongoing elk reintroduction program.

For or against? 2 proposed Constitutional amendments will be on West Virginia general election ballots

The proposals deal with abortion rights and oversight for judicial spending.

Soon-to-be law will overhaul corrections system in West Virginia

Leaders say the changes HB 4338 will create are long overdue and much needed.

Marshall officials welcome increased attention after ‘incredible run’ for Herd in NCAA Tournament

"Anything that puts Marshall out there," said Dr. Tammy Johnson, executive director of admissions, "is a good thing for us."

Former Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy pleads no contest in road rage incident

By pleading no contest, Sothen waived his right to an appeal.

Frontier vandalism impacts thousands of customers

Unknown if vandalism is connected to strike.

First group of general obligation road bonds to go on sale in May

The bonds are part of the "Roads to Prosperity" amendment, which voters passed in October.

Looking ahead, WVU assistant calls Villanova ‘best team in the tournament’

West Virginia and the top-seeded Wildcats are scheduled to tip off Friday at 7:40 p.m. in Boston

The real winners at the state high school basketball tournament

There was a river of tears at the Charleston Civic Center the last two weeks during the annual girls and boys high school basketball tournaments....

In full denial, WVU defense gave Elmore the Trae Young treatment

Mountaineers defenders limited Marshall's point guard playmaking in NCAA second-round romp.

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