May 14, 2018

Notebook: No. 10 Notre Dame eliminates 24-win Gilmer County

Notre Dame comes out of the losers bracket to beat No. 5 Gilmer County for a sectional championship.

State suspends Kanawha-Charleston Health Department harm reduction clinic

The bureau sent a letter to the health department stating the decision is based on findings following an evaluation of the clinic.

Williams names Dial as next police chief

Hank Dial has served as interim chief of police since the death of Joe Ciccarelli in January.

Carson tours Recovery Point in Charleston

The secretary's tour was part of the Trump Administration's efforts to better understand the opioid epidemic.

Mylan and WVU partner on STEM outreach

"We saw it as an opportunity to really make it real and relevant for students," Mylan CEO Heather Bresch said.

Logan riding postseason momentum, winning 7 of last 8

Logan played its way into the Class AA Region 4, Section 2, winner-take-all championship game.

“I still see it as a victory;” Grafton-Taylor Health Department searches for alternatives to failed levy

"We're definitely still at a disadvantage, but we're no worse off today than we were this time last week," Administrator Boyd VanHorn said.

WV officials celebrate new partnership with Qatar

The program will enable joint exchanges of forces to conduct training and partnership exercises.

More than 400 students honored at 2nd Annual Governor’s Workforce Credential Ceremony

The credential signifies advanced workforce training accomplished by students in high schools throughout the state.

Two dead after being struck by trains

Collisions in Huntington and Gauley Bridge.

Governor Justice’s communications breakdown

Governor Jim Justice has a communications problem. It is vital for the Governor and his top staff to be on the same page when it...

Economy with fewer power customers cited as major factor in proposed Appalachian Power, Wheeling Power rate hike

Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power customers last saw a base rate increase in 2016.

Community and Technical College chancellor says new funding formula could change higher education

Work is underway on a funding formula for two-year schools in West Virginia in the wake of recent budget cuts.

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