April 2, 2018

Trump to visit West Virginia on Thursday

This will mark the president's fourth visit to West Virginia since taking office.

DHHR awards grant to Prestera Center for overdose response effort

The $263,000 grant will go toward creating a body with local law enforcement and health care facilities that are focused on addressing overdoses and getting people into treatment centers.

Funeral service for Pratt firefighter Craigo to be held Tuesday

Gov. Jim Justice issued a proclamation on Monday ordering all West Virginia flags at state-owned facilities in Kanawha County to be displayed at half-staff.

Morgantown 10-runs John Marshall for fourth straight win

Morgantown scored eight runs in the second to eventually beat John Marshall 10-0 on Monday.

Open enrollment starts for PEIA benefits

State employees can enroll or make changes through May 15.

DEP launches new webpage for pipeline projects

The webpage is for five natural gas pipeline projects.

Wheeling Central’s Riley Bennington wins Doug Huff Award

Riley Bennington wins the Doug Huff Award, given by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.

Hinton city manager: Amtrak decision a “tremendous blow” to community

"We're all kind of taken for a loop on this," said Hinton City Manager Cris Meadows.

WVU among schools making quick contact to Albany transfer Cremo

Joe Cremo, the 6-foot-4 All-America East selection, averaged 17.8 points as a junior while shooting better than 45 percent on 3s.

Application deadline approaches for WV Scholar Program

Winner gets full ride to West Virginia Wesleyan College.

West Virginia native among striking teachers in Oklahoma

Sharon Reese says West Virginia teachers showed them it can be done.

Pratt firefighter to be remembered in Tuesday funeral

Lt. Tom Craigo died in a March 24 fire truck wreck.

Capitol dome work moving forward

Project will take 2 years to complete.

Acting secretary optimistic about transition ahead for state Department of Education and the Arts

"I've been thoroughly impressed with the agencies as I've walked in," said Clayton Burch, associate state superintendent of schools and interim secretary for W.Va. Department of Education and the Arts.

Five years, 12 lawyers and now a Supreme Court appeal for convicted kidnapper

Oral arguments in the Supreme Court are scheduled for this Tuesday.

An increasing number of children are tragic victims of the state’s opioid crisis

Nearly every day we see more evidence of the worsening opioid crisis in West Virginia. A recent review of child custody cases before the State...

Yeager Airport buys dog to chase animals off runway

The 18-month-old border collie named Hercules will arrive at the Charleston airport in May.

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