March 26, 2018

First public meeting held on I-64 reconstruction

Crews will begin April 8 on the $47 million project affecting the stretch of the interstate between exit 28 to Milton and near where the interstate goes over Rocky Step Road.

Five-run 6th inning lifts No. 4 Williamstown over Notre Dame

Williamstown improved to 6-0 on the season with a 12-6 win over Notre Dame.

Kanawha-Charleston Health Department suspends needle exchange

Charleston City Council voted last week to delay a vote until its May 21 meeting on a bill to recriminalize hypodermic needles for illegal drug use.

Columbine survivor inspires Raleigh County through “Rachel’s Challenge”

Craig Scott's sister was the first person killed in Columbine.

Vatican approves Cabell Huntington-St. Mary’s deal

Cabell Huntington Hospital signed an agreement in November 2014 to acquire St. Mary's Medical Center.

Linebacker Qualls was ‘standing out’ before ACL injury

Aside from injury to senior Sam linebacker, coach Dana Holgorsen likes spring progress at West Virginia.

Body of missing Putnam County man found on Ohio River

A fisherman spotted the body of Jason Kirkpatrick, 44, of Winfield, on Friday near Gallipolis, Ohio.

Most Gazette-Mail employees are retained under new owners

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The Charleston Gazette-Mail reported that most of its employees have been retained by the newspaper’s new owners. New owners H-D Media faced...

PEIA’s Go365 is now gone

PEIA had determined Go365 rewards could be considered taxable income.

Health care advocates celebrate 8th anniversary of ACA passage

The Affordable Care Act was signed into law by former President Barack Obama on March 23, 2010.

Three Guys Before The Game – Post NCAA Tournament Edition

The WVU basketball season may be over, but the Three Guys are NOT.

Pratt firefighter victims ‘gave their lives’ for department

Those injured in Saturday crash showing signs of recovery.

One charged in Monongalia County accident that injured WVU student, Weston native

Garrett Tederick is the second driver to face charges following an auto-pedestrian accident in Monongalia County in the last month.

Wyoming County assault posted on social media, charges coming

The video showed multiple people assault a man several times.

Watch: George Washington’s Rick Greene reflects on AAA title

George Washington coach Rick Greene was a guest on MetroNews Talkline after the Patriots won the Class AAA boys basketball title.

Watch: Chapmanville’s Brad Napier on AA championship

Chapmanville boys basketball coach Brad Napier looks back at his team's Class AA title run.

Formerly striking Frontier employees preparing to return to work

A tentative contract deal was reached late on Sunday.

WV Beverage Association responds to sugary drink study

Preliminary data shows sugary drink consumption can lead to death.

WVU junior, Morgantown native honored nationally for work in state’s prison population

Emma Harrison, a Morgantown High School Class of 2015 graduate, has been named a 2018 Newman Civic Fellow by the Campus Compact and is a finalist for the Truman Scholarship.

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