August 6, 2018

Fayette County woman accused of embezzling funds from youth sports

Stephanie Roark, 31, is accused of taking $13,000.

Lottery Commission files sports betting rule, allowing process to move forward

If the commission had not filed a notice before Wednesday, sports betting would not have been allowed in West Virginia until March 2019.

Delegates get an up-close view of controversial Supreme Court renovations

Tour of court is part of ongoing impeachment proceedings.

McKoy expects revved-up ground game amid Grier-to-Sills mania

“People like to talk about Will and David, which is all good and we’re fine with it, but we intend to be the strongest, most relentless group on this team,” McKoy said Monday.

Interest builds in Supreme Court vacancy

Filing period begins for both November General Election and fall appointment.

NCWV Airport hosting statewide aviation conference this week

This is the 16th year the West Virginia Airport Manager's Association has held the annual meeting but the first that the conference has been held in Bridgeport

Omitted from Butkus Award watch list, Long says watch him on the field

Preseason All-Big 12 linebacker says naysayers don't know what West Virginia defense has in store this season.

WV tax debts are cleared, says Governor Justice, without providing amount owed or paid

Justice has been dogged by the tax debt since running for governor in 2016.

Australian punter Angus Davies leaves West Virginia after few days

A source said he quickly became homesick and wasn't likely to rejoin the team.

Work to remove mold at Capital High School begins

Crews believes mold can be removed by the start of fall semester, but Principal Larry Bailey hopes a long term solution can be found.

Natural gas called ‘best hope’ for West Virginia at summer meeting of Independent Oil and Gas Association

The 2018 IOGA Summer Meeting runs through Tuesday at The Greenbrier Resort.

Laidley Field at UC Stadium starts season with new playing surface

New turf replaces a 13 year old playing surface and marks phase three of a renovation at Laidley Field/University of Charleston Stadium.

Committee members react to tour of Supreme Court offices

Getting look at offices as part of impeachment proceedings.

Brazaitis stages write-in Senate bid as ‘a real Democrat’

City Councilor wants $700 billion bill to revive Appalachia, plus $50,000 in reparations to any man, woman, or child in the region who has gone to a doctor for treatment of an illness related to service in the fossil-fuel industry.

I-79 traffic backup near Sutton after morning crash

Dispatchers said two vehicles were involved in the wreck, which occurred at mile marker 62 around 7 a.m.

One dead after being hit by train in Kanawha County

Deputies say it happened near Chelyan.

SUPCO filing period underway

Seat opened now belong to Menis Ketchum.

Separate Lincoln County wrecks claim 2 lives

Both crashes Saturday on Route 10.

Sandy speaks highly of DMAPS restructuring

House Bill 4338 went into effect at the start of July, which reorganized and consolidated agencies.

Workforce at Martinsburg’s Procter and Gamble is under construction

P&G has about half the employees it needs to launch production when construction phase is done at Berkeley County operation.

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