May 4, 2018

Mountaineers pound out 21-3 win at Kansas in series opener

Kyle Gray and Marques Inman homered as West Virginia piled up 23 hits Friday night.

At news conference, Justice says business debts will soon be resolved

"I've told you that was coming," Justice says.

Fitch upgrades WV financial outlook from negative to stable

All of the big 3 bond ratings agencies downgraded West Virginia during 2016 at the height of the state's budget struggles.

Warrants out for two involved in April 22 murder

Elizabeth Chinn, 32, of South Point, Ohio, has already been charged with murder.

Doctors’ indictments reveal sinister facts for U.S. Attorney

Bill Powell says doctors who were supposed to be helping quell addiction were actually enhancing dependence on drugs--and realizing big profits from doing so.

Governor Justice highlights improving state revenue

Latest revenue figures reflect April collections.

High school baseball gallery: Logan, Poca split pair of games

Logan and Poca split a pair of high school baseball games this week.

Blankenship, Jenkins speak to latest issues on “Talkline”

Blankenship says tweets from Donald Trump Jr. don't bother him.

Ritchie County voters taking up another school bond proposal in primary

The $7.9 million proposal has been revised since a previous bond was voted down in September.

More than 220 W.Va. eighth graders receive Golden Horseshoe recognition

The students received the recognition during a ceremony Friday at the state Culture Center in Charleston.

Cindy Daniel appointed as SSAC assistant executive director

Daniel recently served as the deputy state superintendent for the West Virginia Department of Education.

Legislative departures mean WV voters will see new names on ballots

Nineteen delegates opted out of running for the seats they'd held.

Clarksburg man succumbs to injuries from Thursday crash

The victim's name is not released at this time.

Man cited after Harrison County brush fire

The fire was finally under control as of 7:30 Thursday night.

Politics and lying

We’ve heard a lot this week about lying. The word was tossed around liberally during the debate of the three leading Republican candidates for the...

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