April 3, 2018

GOP Senate candidates face off in Martinsburg debate

The candidates discussed issues such as abortion, the opioid crisis and immigration,

Second fallen Pratt firefighter laid to rest

Funeral procession for Lt. Tom Craigo took place Tuesday in Kanawha County.

United takes flight at Greenbrier Valley Airport

The service replaces Via Air, whose contract expired in November 2017.

Mountaineers start crucial home stretch with 9-6 win over Niagara

Brandon White's four-hit night included two-run double in the sixth inning for WVU, which features a strong RPI but needs to correct its sub-.500 record.

Inmate dead following fight at Hazelton prison

No employees of the prison were harmed in the fight, which occurred in a commons area of the housing unit.

WVU assistant: Konate’s exploratory draft decision ‘makes sense’

The 6-foot-8 sophomore finished second nationally with 116 blocks and made a big leap offensively.

I-79 southbound completely shuts down in Harrison County following accident

The interstate is shutdown near mile marker 119 heading south.

Rain to stop temporarily in northern part of state, but flooding and mudslides still a possibility in overnight hours

That flash flood watch is in effect in parts of Monongalia, Marion, Wetzel, Marshall, Ohio, Brooke, and Hancock counties.

Lewis County superintendent retiring after nearly 40 years in education

Casto was in retirement for three years before he stepped in as interim superintendent May 2017 upon Dr. Joseph Mace's retirement.

Heavy rain causes flooding along U.S. Route 50 corridor

Another round of heavy storms expected Tuesday night.

Lewis County business announces expansion

The 70 new positions will be based out of the company’s Jane Lew location.

High Court questions Wetzel County man’s kidnapping plea

John Michael Howell's case has been around for 8 years.

Kentucky teachers inspired by West Virginia teachers strike

Reporter from Louisville Courier Journal describes the scene at the Kentucky State Capitol on MetroNews "Talkline."

Watch: Wyoming East’s Saunders on Tennessee commitment

Wyoming East girls basketball junior Emily Saunders joined the MetroNews 'Statewide Sportsline' to break down her decision of committing to Tennessee.

Work on interstate reconstruction projects to start next week

Projects funded through road bonds passed by West Virginia voters last year.

UPDATE: Missing Raleigh County teen found safe

The cases are believed to be unrelated at this time.

EPTA to receive $4.5 million in grant funding

$4.5 million in grant funding will move plans for new transit center in Martinsburg forward.

High Court considers eliminating gerrymandering

On February 11, 1812, Massachusetts Governor Elbridge Gerry signed into law a congressional redistricting plan to maintain the political power of the Democratic-Republican Party.*  Critics...

Basketball endures, but ‘Hot Rod’ finds its hook through family portrayals

Tonight marks the TV debut of the 92-minute Hot Rod Hundley documentary. Read WVMetroNews columnist Allan Taylor's review of the film.

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