April 19, 2018

Fortune places West Virginia teachers on ‘Greatest Leaders’ list

Educators from the Mountain State took the 31st spot in the rankings for their work during the statewide work stoppage.

Fox News to host GOP primary debate in Morgantown

Fox News is coming to Morgantown.

WV VOAD bridge rebuilds hit 50

Dedication held in Clay County.

Glenville State to lower tuition, fees for 2018-19

Half-percent reduction will kick in next fall.

21 locations to hear how to fix PEIA

PEIA Task Force members will spread out across West Virginia for public hearings.

Charleston collision claims life

T-bone style wreck Thursday afternoon.

Ex-members of motorcycle gang deny involvement with Aliayah’s vanishing

Lena Lunsford trial Day 4: Two former riders with Pagan's gang dispute theory they traded drugs for the 3-year-old girl who disappeared in 2011.

Delegate’s online petition calls for Loughry’s resignation

Del. Andrew Robinson says trust must be restored.

Gordon with 11 Ks as Notre Dame beats No. 6 Gilmer County

Elias Gordon led Notre Dame on Wednesday to a 4-0 win over Gilmer County.

Flood repairs due to start soon on Clay County HS football field

Work will start in May to make repairs to the field in Clay--whether the work is finished by football season remains an open question.

Lumberport dam spillway breached; mayor says ‘no immediate danger’

Lumberport Mayor Rick Scott does not believe a catastrophic failure will occur, but said there are no longer any structures in the flood plain even if it does.

‘It’s very humbling,’ Huntington fire chief says of making Time 100 list

"If every city had a chief like Jan Rader, our country would be a better place," U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) wrote about Rader for Time.

Death of Hedgesville soldier under investigation

Death occurred at Fort Polk, La.

Judge dismisses murder charges in Marion County for convicted 2016 carjacker

Judge Patrick Wilson granted the defendant's motion, filed last week, after Ryan Hubbs' attorneys argued that the charges constituted double jeopardy.

Republican establishment turns up heat on Blankenship

The Republican establishment in Washington is trying to make sure that Don Blankenship does not win the party’s nomination for U.S. Senate in West Virginia. ...

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