July 5, 2018

State impacted by bands of storms

The National Weather Service issued a flash flood watch for a majority of the state as well as southwest Ohio for Thursday afternoon and evening.

Webb Simpson emerges as Greenbrier frontrunner with career-low 61

His chip-in for eagle and seven birdies made Thursday magical. A timely weather delay and one fortuitously located golf cart also helped Simpson become the Greenbrier’s first-round leader.

Teen killed in fatal I-68 accident

A 13-year-old died while being transported to Ruby Memorial.

Bubba Watson laments playing ‘scared golf’ at 2-under

  WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — His 2-under 68 wasn’t exactly the stuff of nightmares, yet Bubba Watson left Thursday’s opening round of the Greenbrier...

New WVU program aims to increase patient access and high paying jobs

A maximum of 25 students per class will engage in four semesters of classroom instruction and an entire year of clinical training.

Devono officially says goodbye to Monongalia County schools

Now that retirement is finally here, Devono has a clearer vision of his future.

Chile’s Niemann, 19, fires first-round 63 at Greenbrier

Following opening day at The Old White TPC Course in White Sulphur Springs.

Delegates will start heavy lifting on Supreme Court impeachment

Starting next Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee will get back together for three days, including Saturday.

High intensity drug enforcement zone is working

Congressman Evan Jenkins believes the intense and coordinated effort to combat the drug trade in southern West Virginia is making a difference.

Marshall president to address National Youth Science Camp

Dr. Jerome Gilbert relishes the change to speak to science campers since the camp had a such an impact on his life 45 years ago.

PGA Greenbrier moving from July 4th in 2019, but new date still mystery

  WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. — Greenbrier officials know their PGA event will be shifting away from the week of July 4 next year. They’re...

Expanded on-campus composting, more food waste recovery planned at Marshall this fall

The projects are part of a partnership between Marshall Dining Services and the Marshall University Office of Sustainability.

Man arrested for DUI after Alderson parade crash

One person was treated for minor injuries.

WVU commit Winston Wright embraces ‘scat-like’ role

The 5-foot-10 athlete from Savannah, Ga., becomes the Mountaineers' seventh pledge for 2019.

Lawmakers consider effects of Justice’s higher education commission

West Virginia University President Gordon Gee, Marshall President Jerome Gilbert and Concord University President Kendra Boggess are the co-chairs of the commission.

Beware of political posturing on the state’s economy

West Virginia’s economy is improving. There are a number of significant statistics that demonstrate that, and we’ll get to those in a moment. However, context...

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