June 15, 2018

Cornerback rejoins West Virginia after leaving team in January

Return gives the Mountaineers six scholarship cornerbacks, with UCLA grad transfer Denzel Fisher aiming to enroll in August.

Cadets graduate from National Guard’s Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy

Thirty-eight counties were represented in the academy.

Prosecutor requests court deny new trial for Lena Lunsford

Thursday, Flanigan responded to Dyer's motion for judgement of acquittal, stating that the state presented ample testimony and evidence.

‘Run for Your Life’ dedicated to Chris Stadelman

Former Governor Earl Ray Tomblin's chief of staff lost his battle to colorectal cancer last month and was the honorary chairman for the race in 2015.

Governor’s Office describes another investigation involving Commerce department

Governor Justice brought up the topic today, asking general counsel Brian Abraham to explain it.

Justice blasts back at Democrats after suggestions he should resign

"I'm available 24-7 all the time. And you know what I do? I get it done," Justice said.

Justice names Clayton Burch as interim Commerce Secretary

Burch is also the state official that Justice turned to after Arts Secretary Gayle Manchin had a sudden parting of the ways with the administration.

Hoyer describes progress on WV long-term flood relief

He said more than 400 homes have been identified as needing attention. 

Berkeley deputy killed in off-duty motorcycle crash

Deputy Jacquin Moore was resource officer at Spring Mills High School.

Justice addresses long-term WV flood issues at press conference

The governor’s press conference is to start at 9 a.m. Friday.

Bond company owner, employee plead guilty to tax charges

The charges come after Ohio County Magistrate Harry Radcliffe III was indicted for soliciting and accepting bribes from W&S Bail Bonding.

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