May 16, 2018

McDougle’s transfer destination? It’s Washington State

The 5-foot-10, 300-pound nose guard will be eligible at the Pac-12 school in 2019.

US Senate subcommittee hears about drug trafficking issues

Members of the Subcommittee on Homeland Security, including Sen. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., asked questions about how drugs are brought into the United States.

First phase of Interstate 77 work to begin Thursday

The project includes milling out the slow lane shoulder rumble strips and paving over the work.

US Senate votes to overturn net neutrality repeal; Manchin in favor, Capito against

The U.S. Senate voted to nullify a decision by the Federal Communications Commission to repeal the net neutrality rule.

One person dead in Wood County incident

The incident happened around 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the intersection of U.S. Route 50 and state Route 31.

Atlantic Coast Pipeline plans continued construction while reviewing appeals court ruling

A three-judge panel from the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals invalidated a key U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service review.

Work on Interstate 64 shifts in westbound lanes

Changes regarding eastbound traffic are expected to be announced next week.

Wood County Schools to vote on new superintendent

Ripley High School Principal Will Hosaflook is being considered for the job,

Preston County officials spearhead multi-county effort to see road improvements in region

Preston County Commissioner Craig Jennings has spearheaded the initiative following Preston Commission declaring a state of emergency last month due to the road conditions.

Column: Adding Matthews sets up WVU’s deepest team ever

Allan Taylor's commentary: Even the Mountaineers' 2010 Final Four team didn't possess this much versatility.

President of Charleston Convention and Visitors Bureau optimistic about future

Alisa Bailey, President and CEO of Charleston's CVB, says new projects are bringing more visitors to the city.

Strawberries fill the streets of Buckhannon for annual festival

The 77th West Virginia Strawberry Festival is now underway in Buckhannon.

Scattered, steady showers could cause some problems

Plenty of rain in the forecast between now and Friday evening.

Gupta: Most Hepatitis A cases in WV have history of drug use

State Chief Health Officer Dr. Rahul Gupta talks about the latest developments in Hepatitis A outbreak.

Gallery: Canary highlights Class A Region 2 track meet

South Harrison's Freddy Canary wins all four of his regional individual events, looking to defend state championships this week.

Sports betting training in works for counselors with Problem Gamblers Help Network of West Virginia

West Virginia may be one of the first steps to legalize wagering on sports following a decision from the U.S. Supreme Court opening up the option nationwide.

Special session call is taking shape without sports betting fees

Agenda hasn't been released officially, but lawmakers are being told in advance what will be considered.

Appeals court nullifies key permit for Atlantic Coast Pipeline

Dominion Energy says it will continue construction while reviewing the court's decision.

Lumberport home ruled total loss after fire

Dispatchers received a call just after 2:30 a.m. Wednesday morning.

Fracking study shows no water well contamination

Two years ago, University of Cincinnati environmental studies professor Dr. Amy Townsend-Small caused a stir when she told a meeting of the Carroll County (Ohio)...

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