July 9, 2018

West Virginia officials react to Trump’s Supreme Court nominee

President Donald Trump announced Judge Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court.

With harvest approaching, Marion County hops farmer excited by state’s growing craft beer industry

"We've been buying hops from him since we opened -- for four years," said Mauzy, a partner at Big Timber Brewing in Elkins and President of the WV Craft Brewers Guild.

SSAC ‘competitive balance’ committee meets for first time

A 15-member committee is tasked by the SSAC to study competitive balance in West Virginia high school athletics.

Harrison County man admits to methamphetamine charge

Jacob Renard White admitted to distributing methamphetamine in February of 2017 in Harrison County.

Weld sits in on UK House of Commons session

State senator and wife headed to London for vacation and got to experience Parliament firsthand.

Roth takes over at the University of Charleston

New president says expanding portfolio to adult learners will be key moving forward.

Search remains ongoing following fatal hit-and-run in Morgantown

Divante Coles, 20, was riding his bike late Friday evening on Route 7 in Sabraton going towards Morgantown when he was struck from behind around 11:15 p.m.

HUD still says West Virginia is a ‘slow spender’ on long-term flood relief

HUD indicates West Virginia spent $23,223 from the end of May to the end of June.

My Huntington Movement encourages residents to share what they love about the city

In a press conference Monday, the My Huntington Movement was kicked off with residents sharing stories about why they appreciate Huntington.

Two drown at Barbour County lake

Victims were on a paddle boat late Sunday night which capsized at Teter Creek Lake

Staff at Wheeling school for autistic children regroups after fire

Blaze Saturday at Augusta Levy Learning Center has been determined accidental by Wheeling Fire Department

‘Dire’ need to be filled in Huntington with new residential treatment facility for women and their kids

Renovation work for "Project Hope for Women and Children" was scheduled to be completed by Oct. 1.

WVU Law professor unpacks potentially complex Supreme Court nomination fight

WVU Law Professor Anne Lofaso said the President will need to take a look at the political playing field.

West Virginia continues to lose population

Last week I wrote about some of the positive economic trends in West Virginia. The most notable was that state government ended the fiscal year...

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