April 24, 2018

In line with national trend, Democratic registrations drop

Wednesday marks the start of early voting in this year's primary election.

HS baseball gallery: T.J. Mullins leads Logan past Sissonville

T.J. Mullins went 3 for 3 as Logan beat Sissonville 8-0 in high school baseball action.

One dead in Putnam County wreck

The crash happened around 12:45 p.m. near the Hurricane exit of Interstate 64.

Blankenship wears Willis hat; Jenkins, Morrisey attack each other in WSAZ debate

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Three candidates seeking the Republican nomination in the race for U.S. Senate in West Virginia squared off during a debate on WSAZ-TV Tuesday but...

Jenkins, Morrisey and Blankenship reach mark for Fox News debate

Fox News is hosting a debate at the Metropolitan Theatre in Morgantown on May 1. Participants who reached a 10 percent threshold in a poll released Tuesday will be invited to participate.

WorkForce West Virginia to host informational meeting for former Mylan employees

Mylan laid off approximately 400 union employees last week. Another 100 or so non-union management positions are also expected to be eliminated as part of what the company is calling a "right sizing" of their Morgantown operation.

Mountain Valley Pipeline gets OK to cut trees in small area past deadline

Area of Peters Mountain has been location of treetop protests.

Jury rules no mercy for Lunsford: ‘Please don’t give Lena another chance to ever hurt anybody’

Defense witness says Lena Lunsford “is not a monster,” to which prosecutor Christina Flanagan responds, “I think Aliayah would disagree."

Former Capital High coach awaits Supreme Court decision on age discrimination case

Carl Clark's attorney says jury should have been allowed to decide the case.

Dante diTrapano asks Supreme Court to return his law license

Former lawyer's license was suspended after he pleaded guilty to federal charges more than a decade ago.

Owners says new life is coming for a couple of aging buildings in downtown Charleston

Owners say elevator in aging building is being repaired, but there are much bigger plans for historic buildings in Charleston in the coming years.

Suspect shot in Huntington; 2 city police officers on administrative leave

The shooting happened on Monday night in Guyandotte.

Blankenship gets more time to make case on setting aside his conviction

Blankenship's motion to vacate his conviction has been assigned to federal magistrate judge.

WV Supreme Court says IRS audit is not public

Internal Revenue Service audited state Supreme Court from April 2017 to early this year.

Morrisey leads Republican candidates in new survey

Twenty-four percent of respondents said they support state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey's bid for the Republican nomination.

Democrats continue to lose ground in WV party registration

Just 24 years ago, West Virginia was a deep blue state.  Two out of every three voters were Democrats and that was reflected time and...

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