February 8, 2019

PSC approves West Virginia American Water cases

The parties agreed rates would rise by $23 million for water and $152,650 for sewer.

Justice appoints Capito to WVU Board of Governors

Charles Capito Jr. is the husband of U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito.

O-line coach Moore: West Virginia offense to be built around ‘fat kids’

Speed kills in the Big 12, but West Virginia's new offensive line coach still thinks it's more important to be stout up front.

Contract details for WVU football assistants Blake Seiler, Xavier Dye

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Incoming West Virginia defensive assistant Blake Seiler will earn $300,000 next season, while receivers coach Xavier Dye will be paid $200,000. MetroNews...

Freshman point guard McCabe says team’s culture ‘needs to change’

Young player says Mountaineers can't roll over despite 10-13 record.

Jefferson County Schools superintendent on Rockwool health assessment: ‘This board is not a reactive board’

Frustrations stem from a recent Rockwool announcement regarding a health risk assessment.

House Judiciary Committee passes medical cannabis banking bill

The House Judiciary Committee's substitute for the introduced bill wraps in the changes approved by the Banking and Insurance Committee.

Slemp moves from interim to permanent W.Va. Health Officer

She replaced Dr. Rahul Gupta in November 2018.

Photo gallery: Little General Shootout

INSTITUTE, W.Va. — A closer look at the action at this year’s Little General Shootout at West Virginia State. Photos from boys games between Capital/Charleston...

Officials: Abuse allegations at Berkeley County elementary school still under investigation

Two school employees have been placed on administrative leave.

Authorization votes to be gathered by teacher leaders at Flatwoods meeting Saturday

Union reps say all options on the table in connection with reform bill response.

Well capping bill moves to full House for consideration

House Finance Committee makes quick work of measure Friday.

Teachers couldn’t be at 8 a.m. public hearing, so now there’s one at 5:30 p.m., too

Monday public hearings will let people discuss big education bill.

Week is ending with colder temps and high water in parts of West Virginia

Earlier this week, some high temperature records fell.

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