June 11, 2018

Morrisey, Warner agree with US Supreme Court ruling on voter rolls

The Supreme Court ruled in favor of an Ohio effort to remove people from the state's voting rolls.

Brands to darken letters to encourage donating blood

The American Red Cross launched its Missing Types campaign on Monday.

State Bar president urges patience involving Loughry’s future

Dean Rohrig said the Judicial Investigation Commission was only involved in a process that takes place when a judge is named in charges.

PEIA public hearings conclude, and now the hard decisions begin

PEIA Task Force concludes 22 public hearings around West Virginia.

“This is a great day for me:” Clarksburg native Mike Patrick honored with ceremony, sign dedication

The Washington Irving graduate was honored Monday with a ceremony at Jackson Square.

Governor Justice lets it all out at press conference for The Greenbrier Classic

Justice says he and his family have tried to do the right thing, despite criticism.

Herbert Hoover’s Buckner state’s Gatorade softball player of the year

Delani Buckner of Herbert Hoover was named the Gatorade Softball Player of the Year in West Virginia.

University’s Mulhall Gatorade West Virginia baseball player of the year

University's Ross Mulhall .472 on the season with 11 home runs, 12 doubles and 44 RBIs.

Lawmakers describe improvements already with long-term flood relief

Last Monday, Gov. Jim Justice called a press conference to address complaints of stagnation with long-term flood recovery in West Virginia.

‘Fallout 76’ to take place in West Virginia

The video game will be released in November.

Voices in climate change conversation to visit Charleston

Law firm Spilman, Thomas, and Battle brings in group to have a complete discussion on an issue which is vital to West Virginia's economy now and in the future.

American Idol audition tour making a stop in Charleston

The hit TV show "American Idol" will be holding auditions in Charleston on Sept. 15 and hundreds will be lining up to get the chance to show their talent.

Manchin hinges campaign on what’s best for West Virginia

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., is running against GOP Senate candidate and state Attorney General Patrick Morrisey.

“I wish Hoppy would…”

So, I’m on vacation and will be out all week. The able T.J. Meadows is filling for me. ┬áBut I had a thought: Please complete...

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