May 2, 2018

Sergent looks to make race about ‘future of West Virginia’

Talley Sergent is running against Aaron Scheinberg to decided who will be Democratic nominee in the 2nd Congressional District race against Republican Rep. Alex Mooney

Man dies after crashing into telephone pole in Logan County

Logan County Sheriff's deputies said 79-year-old Paris Robinette struck the pole Wednesday around 8:45 a.m.

Statewide high school baseball sectional, regional seeds set

High school baseball seeds released around the state as sectional play begins.

Justice takes additional action to improve safety in work zones after fatal wrecks

Four people died in separate wrecks along Interstate 64 in Putnam and Cabell counties.

SSAC will form committee to study ‘competitive balance’

A committee will be put together to come up with potential proposals down the road, looking for competitive balance as the private vs. public, rural vs. urban debate continues.

New River Train back in business

Huntington-based railroad group reaches tentative agreement with Amtrak.

Two Hazelton inmates could face death penalty in 2012 stabbing case

Owle and Laurel are accused of stabbing two other inmates on August 29, 2012, resulting in the death of 31-year-old Anthony M. Dallas.

Police ID body found in Monongahela River

Mark Lundell, Jr., 29, of Clarksburg, was found Monday.

Private schools react to Board of Control classification proposal

Proposal would make eight private schools a class unto themselves, which critics believe is illegal.

Stirewalt: Blankenship likely picked up support after debate

Fox News political editor weighs-in on U.S. Senate race.

Capito meets with Beckley mayor, area leaders

Capito was also the featured speaker at Raleigh County HSTA's graduation.

Woman killed in Fayette County ATV crash

It happened Tuesday afternoon in the Winona area.

Haley describes himself as ‘pass-first, pass-second point guard’

Notebook: WVU's fifth signee for 2018 contends he's 6-foot-8 and new strength coach Shaun Brown discusses the allure of working for Bob Huggins.

First PEIA Task Force outreach meetings held

Tuesday's events were held at the Joan C. Edwards Performing Arts Center at Marshall University and Point Pleasant High School.

GOP debate: sparks and humor

Who knew what to expect in last night’s debate among the three leading candidates for the Republican nomination to the U.S. Senate? This was, by...

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