May 23, 2018

Motorcyclists stop in Nitro as part of coast-to-coast journey for veterans

The riders are part of Ride for the Wall, an annual trip from Ontario, California, to the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Mountaineers join upset parade over Oklahoma State, 8-5

The favorites went 0-4 on opening day at the Big 12 tournament, which was good news for teams like seventh-seeded West Virginia.

WV lawmakers are opening an investigation into RISE flood relief program

Armstead and Carmichael authorize legislative investigation after reports of diminished flood relief efforts.

Marshall-Yeager Airport enter MOU to look at aviation school

Airport director believes there's a chance to boost the economy of southern West Virginia.

PEIA Task Force begins looking at what’s covered, what’s not

The coverage and plan subcommittee met Wednesday afternoon.

U.S. Coast Guard reminds boaters to stay safe while on the water

HUNTINGTON, W.Va.– As Memorial Day Weekend approaches, West Virginians are taking to the water. Boating is a very popular summertime activity, but precautions need to...

New Monongalia County superintendent of schools ready for ‘intimidating’ challenge

Tucker County Superintendent Eddie Campbell has been announced as the successor to long-time Monongalia County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Frank Devono.

Presence of longhorned tick confirmed in West Virginia

West Virginia becomes the third state to confirm presence of non-native species which poses a threat to livestock and in some cases humans

Damage limited after flash flooding in Marshall County

Cameron saw more than 2 inches of rain in less than an hour on Tuesday night, according to emergency officials.

One charged with murder after Marion County homicide

Meyers was found shot to death in his vehicle around 10 p.m. Monday.

Facebook post: Six-year-old boy who fell into Howard’s Creek dies

"He fought hard and for a long time," said the boy's mother.

Man killed in Monongalia County crash

Wreck occurred Wednesday morning.

Opening to come by early 2019 for new Ohio County drug treatment center for women

Living Free Ohio Valley is behind the project which recently was awarded a $2.9 million loan from the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Writers of 2016 law praise concept of ‘roads caucus’ in North Central West Virginia

Formerly H.B. 4009 in 2016, Jason Donahue and co-writer Bill Helmick said this type of legislation was designed to help County Commissioners deal with infrastructure improvements.

Rick Barnes: Vols may host WVU in next Big 12/SEC Challenge

Tennessee's basketball coach said West Virginia or Kansas will visit Knoxville next season.

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