June 22, 2018

Legislative leaders call for Supreme Court impeachment preparations to begin

Senate President Mitch Carmichael and House Speaker Tim Armstead sent out a joint letter today, advising lawmakers to prepare as soon as possible.

Memphis GM calls Carter among ‘finest defensive guards I’ve seen in over 30 years’

Chris Wallace said the Grizzlies had Carter rated even higher than the No. 32 spot where they picked him.

Braxton County man charged after trying to set camper on fire

Jessie Lee Boling, 33, is charged with first-degree arson, domestic battery, domestic assault, and destruction of property

Teacher of the Year finalists named

The state teacher of the year will be announced during a ceremony on Sept. 12.

Loughry pleads not guilty, trial set for late August

Suspended supreme court justice remains free on bail.

More in-state prospects receive WVU scholarship offers

Capital's Kerry Martin, Jr. and South Charleston's Zeiqui Lawton receive scholarship offers from WVU.

State kept paying on lease for years after property was vacated and agreement canceled

The total amount the state paid over the years for property that it was no longer using was $989,034.88

Charleston Fire Department welcomes 16 new members

The graduation ceremony for the new firefighters was held Friday morning at Charleston City Hall.

KidStrong conference focusing on the opioid crisis

This is the 15th year of the conference where educators can receive information about mental health, substance abuse, trafficking and trauma.

Finance chairman joins those who say Governor Justice should keep office hours

'It’s unclear who is in charge these days,' Nelson wrote. 'This is not the way to run a state.'

Huntington’s Mikal Dawson to Huntington Prep, reclassifies for 2019

Huntington basketball standout Mikal Dawson will play for Huntington Prep and reclassify for the 2019 recruiting class.

George Washington’s Phillips, Clendenin to play at Huntington Prep

George Washington seniors Justin Phillips and Anthony Clendenin will play for Huntington Prep.

Huggins on Knapper’s return from clot: ‘A ways to go’ before next checkup

  MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins said he has “no idea” about the timetable for point guard Brandon Knapper’s return. In...

‘We still have a long way to go,’ Rainelle mayor says two years after 2016 flood

Mayor Andy Pendleton's town in Greenbrier County was one of the hardest hit in flooding from the storms of June 23, 2016.

Father, daughter of Shinnston ID’ed as victims of fatal crash

The Harrison County Sheriff's Department is continuing to investigate the cause of the crash.

Grier honored by preseason pub: ‘I’m proud to represent West Virginia’

Star quarterback considers attention "a great opportunity to be a voice for this place."

Memphis Grizzlies grab Jevon Carter with 32nd overall pick

West Virginia had not had a player drafted since 2010 until the star point guard went early in the second round.

Federal circuit court issues stay on MVP permit

The 304-mile pipeline will deliver natural gas from Wetzel County to market in Virginia.

Charleston man faces charges for alleged hate crime

John Perry Taylor IV, 34, allegedly injured a woman because of her sexual orientation.

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