March 20, 2018

Maryland man indicted for sexual conduct with child

Kenneth Earle Ewing, 37, faces 40 years in prison.

Jenkins, Morrisey campaigns worried about Blankenship’s Senate bid

Both campaigns have asked the National Republican Senatorial Committee what can be done to stop Blankenship's campaign.

Annual “Fix a Leak” Week promotes water conservation among elementary school students

As much as 10,000 gallons of water are wasted by the average American household per year.

Judge rules not enough evidence to kick WV pipeline protesters out of trees

Mountain Valley Pipeline says treetop protesters are blocking its efforts to clear trees along the construction path.

Jones laments loss in needle exchange controversy

Council forms task force instead.

140+ employers coming to Erma Byrd Center job fair

Facebook corporate will be among the companies taking resumes.

WVU Alumni Association offers ‘home away from home’ in Boston this week

The WVU Alumni Association is hoping for a big turnout Friday when they invite Mountaineer fans and alumni to The Greatest Bar

New unit to investigate public corruption in WV

U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart announced Tuesday the formation of the Public Integrity Special Investigations Unit.

Another powerful winter storm for West Virginia

Parts of West Virginia's eastern panhandle and mountains could see more than a foot of snow by Wednesday night.

Class A high school girls basketball all-state teams

The 2018 Class A girls basketball all-state teams, as selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.

Man sentenced for 2015 Charleston murder

Terrell White will spend up to 24 years in prison for the April 2015 shooting death of Albert Fuller.

Capitol Hill hearing focuses on West Virginia students and others across the U.S. in ‘homework gap’

The gap is the overlap between students assigned homework requiring internet access at school who do not have broadband at home.

Trump unveils new efforts to address opioid crisis

Trump spoke about his "Initiative to Stop Opioids Abuse and Reduce Drug Supply and Demand" to an audience in New Hampshire, a state that has been affected by the opioid epidemic much like West Virginia.

Ohio judge takes a novel approach to find solutions to opioid crisis

The new ground zero in the fight against the opioid addiction crisis in this country is the Cleveland courtroom of Judge Dan Polster of the...

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