February 12, 2019

Breakfast at state Capitol to focus on retiree issues

The West Virginia Coalition of Retired Public Employees will host the annual breakfast on Thursday.

Capito applauds efforts on border security deal

Conference committee leaders announced Monday the agreement, which includes 55 miles of new barrier along the U.S.-Mexico border.

Authorities identify suspect, victim in Raleigh County fatal shooting

Cory Adkins, 18, of Beaver, is charged with murdering Robert Stone at a home in Coal City on Sunday.

Kanawha delegate tries to move marijuana on drug schedule

Mike Pushkin says no known lethal overdoses for pot.

Offers out to high-scoring guards, West Virginia still building 2019 class

Juco guards Tajzmel Sherman and Sean McNeil, and prep schooler Clarence Nadolny, are among the late-cycle prospects WVU is pursuing.

Convicted Loughry set for sentencing

Former state Supreme Court justice faces federal judge Wednesday.

Search for consensus continues as House readies for key votes on education bill

House is on deck for amendment votes on education bill.

Dominion Energy announces plans to cut methane emissions in half

The company intends to reduce its carbon intensity by 60 percent by 2030.

W.Va. State Building & Construction Trades Council to offer drug tests to legislators

It will happen from 10 am-2 pm Wednesday in the lower rotunda.

Legislation would lower buck limit and raise license fees

Bills in the House and Senate aren't likely to go far this session, but sponsors say they were introduced to start the discussion.

Contract details for new West Virginia assistant Trickett, analysts

MetroNews obtained the contract details for the final member of Neal Brown's first West Virginia coaching staff.

Town Center Mall store owner chases down alleged thief at his store

David Miller told the story on "580-LIVE with Danny Jones" on 580-WCHS in Charleston.

Rule eager to get going as Hampshire’s football coach

Poca defensive coordinator named Hampshire's head coach.

Community gathers to show support for Preston High students injured in crash

People gathered at the Mount Moriah Church to show support for four Preston High students who were injured in an auto accident coming home from school Feb. 6, and the boys’ families.

July trial date set for lawsuit against ChalleNGe Academy and W.Va. National Guard

Gaitlin Jones was 17 when he attended the academy, which is at Camp Dawson and run by the West Virginia National Guard. Jones left the academy July 18, 2012. His body was found July 30, near the Cheat River.

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