June 3, 2018

CAMC see positives of utilizing telemedicine

Health care facilities use communication technology to connect with patients in other communities as part of telemedicine efforts.

Final 2018 MetroNews HS Baseball Power Rankings

The MetroNews high school baseball poll is voted upon weekly by a panel of 10 radio broadcasters and sports writers across West Virginia.

Full HD broadcast: Class AA baseball championship game

The complete MetroNews full-HD video broadcast of Bridgeport's 17-15 baseball state championship win over Wayne.

Divide over housing needs may shift flood relief money to infrastructure

Governor Justice calls 11:30 a.m. Monday press conference to discuss RISE West Virginia.

Governor declares emergency as Eastern Panhandle counties get another high water hit

It may be Wednesday before all of the flood warnings from the National Weather Service are lifted following a weekend of storms.

Public words are few for Bray Cary, senior adviser in the Governor’s Office

Freedom of Information request lands lots of emails but few interactions from Cary.

WVU Medicine Children’s program helps sick students with school work

"It's really important for students of that age, that's their job at that point," said Katie Ridenour.

Warrant out for Jackson County pastor

Douglas Harper, with Living Water Church in Ripley, was wanted for allegedly sending a teenager inappropriate text messages.

Governor puts plans for controlled hunt on hold

Governor Jim Justice seeks input from the public and plans to review facts prompting the controlled hunt to decide if it will go forward.

Class action contends Justice mine bounced paychecks

Lawyer for Bluestone Industries says company made good soon after checks bounced.

Justice administration floundering on long-term flood relief

RISE WV, the long-term recovery effort following the devastating flood two years ago this month, should be providing a badly needed hand up for West...

Toll changes up for discussion in Parkways workshop

Meeting set for Monday in Charleston.

Chapmanville’s McCann named softball state player of the year

Chapmanville standout Kenzie McCann named the state's softball player of the year by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association.

Deaths of five elk prompt Justice to call the White House

Stress of testing and quarantine are blamed as factors,, Governor and DNR seek changes to protocal

Closing in on summer, insect-related illnesses trend up

"It's more than tripled between 2004 and 2016 from diseases that are carried by vector-borne creatures."

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