April 15, 2018

Perfect week propels Fairmont Senior to No. 4 in Class AA

Fairmont Senior went 5-0 this past week, including a 10-3 win over Ritchie County.

Eagles cut Worley hours after his arrest

The former WVU standout, taken into custody around 6 a.m. Sunday after police found him passed out inside a vehicle near the Eagles' facility, was in possession of an unregistered gun and had to be tased.

WVU College of Law, Marshall receive donation for consumer project

Both institutions receiving money to launch a Joint Consumer Assistance Project for West Virginians.

MetroNews HS Baseball Power Rankings: Week 5

The MetroNews high school baseball poll is voted upon weekly by a panel of 10 radio broadcasters and sports writers across West Virginia.

Pokes score go-ahead runs on passed balls to edge West Virginia

Just when WVU's blueprint for a turnaround weekend neared fruition, Oklahoma State rallied for a 6-4 win Sunday.

Nearly 2,400 days after Aliayah Lunsford’s disappearance, the trial of Lena Lunsford begins Monday

On Monday morning, we’ll finally hear the very first of what both the prosecution and defense have to offer.

Audit report on Court spending to highlight interim committee meetings

Three committees to meet this month--all set for Monday.

DHHR distributes $2 million to organizations for peer recovery coaches

DHHR says the coaches will help fight the opioid epidemic.

Hill will continue to pursue love for science during retirement

Higher Education chancellor will continue to serve until replacement is named.

Chapmanville’s Napier named state’s Coach of the Year

Chapmanville basketball coach Brad Napier named the state's high school Coach of the Year by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.

Eyes will be on big pipeline projects as they stretch out across WV

Training is offered for volunteers who want to track environmental impacts of construction.

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