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March 6, 2019

Column: Against his nature, Haley lets loose on offense

Allan Taylor's commentary: Those 28 points he scored against Iowa State? Weeks ago you wouldn’t have thought Jermaine Haley capable of such an outpouring. Heck, Haley wouldn’t have thought Haley possible of it. 

Hot shooting leads Wheeling Central to 30-point win over Tucker County

Eden Gainer and Kaylee Reinbeau gave the Maroon Knights a big lift in a win over the Mountain Lions.

Mountaineers use blistering first half to take revenge on Iowa State, 90-75

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The worst thing that happened to Jermaine Haley on Wednesday was pinning the ball against his leg in the final seconds of...

McCabe tips cap to absent Ahmad on WVU’s youthful senior night

West Virginia's youth shined on a senior night without any seniors, but freshman Jordan McCabe had the missing Esa Ahmad in his thoughts.

Source: Beetle Bolden has left West Virginia basketball team

Junior guard James "Beetle" Bolden has played his final game as a Mountaineer.

Parkersburg puts forth record-setting performance in lopsided win over Hampshire

The Big Reds' 63-point victory over the Trojans tied for the largest in state tournament history.

Mount Olive inmate sentenced to life in prison after killing inmate

John A. Nicholson beat Earl Parsons to death with a lid from a hard-composite locker box in a shared cell.

Governor announces teacher raises, school reforms in special session

Special session would culminate a few months from now; session ends Saturday.

PSC begins inquiry, asks for comments regarding wholesale generators

Comments and proposed rules can be filed by April 30.

Class AA boys basketball state tournament schedule set

Seeding set following completion of Wednesday's regional play.

Saint Joseph rolls by Midland Trail, 74-29

Irish hold Patriots scoreless in first quarter.

Senate Finance passes 3-year steam coal tax cut

The House of Delegates approved cutting the tax over two years.

Justice makes judicial appointments in busy circuits

Veteran judges recently retired in Martinsburg and Morgantown.

Berkeley County woman will spend life in prison for deaths of sons

A Berkeley County petit jury returned that verdict on Wednesday.

Photo gallery: Martinsburg rolls to regional title, 83-41 over Jefferson

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Photos from Martinsburg’s 83-41 win over Jefferson in a Class AAA Region 2 co-final. The Bulldogs bring a perfect record to the...

ACLU-WV claims “talks have stalled” with Harrison County Schools following bullying of transgender student

The ACLU-WV released a statement Wednesday claiming that "talks have stalled" between the two entities.

House passes community college bill with no discussion

Delegates have discussions about other amendments to bills.

11 — so far — charged in Feb. 1 Morgantown “snow day riots”

Police responded Feb. 1 to the scene of what appeared to be a large block party near what is commonly referred to as Frat Hill along Spruce Street.

No prison time for Ketchum; “I’m just plain guilty” former justice tells federal judge

Former Supreme Court justice sentenced to probation, no jail time for fraud conviction.

Parkersburg Catholic’s pressure too much for Summers County

Crusaderettes force 35 turnovers in 70-54 victory.

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