March 9, 2019

Randy’s Dream heading to the governor

Permissive language would allow up to $80 million to be used on secondary roads.

Parkersburg puts away University late to repeat as Class AAA champs

Big Reds outscore Hawks 22-15 in fourth quarter.

Coal miners gather at Capitol to celebrate passage of bills

Coal miners attend session’s last day.

Dueling big men highlight Oklahoma State’s win over West Virginia

Derek Culver had a huge game, but Yor Anei got the win to give Cowboys a sweet.

Sixth inning holds rally magic for West Virginia in doubleheader sweep

West Virginia's bats came to life in the sixth inning of both games of a doubleheader sweep over Kent State.

Fairmont Senior overcomes slow start to beat Wyoming East for Class AA title

Polar Bears respond from early 17-3 deficit for second championship in three seasons.

NCAA rifle championships: TCU spoils Mountaineers shooting party

West Virginia struggled on day two of the NCAA Championship and couldn't keep pace with TCU

Impending development could impact Morgantown’s Haymaker Forest

As part of a recent report to city council, the city manager explained that plans are under way to develop 81 townhouses on the highly controversial property the city tried to acquire last year.

Mountaineers fall to K-State, putting NCAA hopes in extreme peril

West Virginia is one-and-done in the Big 12 tournament after a loss to Kansas State and now must wait a week for its NCAA tournament fate to be revealed.

Shy’s eight 3s lead Saint Joseph past Parkersburg Catholic for Class A title

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Paige Shy is anything but her last name when it comes to trying shots from the perimeter. For the Saint Joseph Central...

Mardi Gras opening new adoption center for greyhounds

The casino built a new center on the property, which is capable of housing four dogs.

Stansbury Hall flag ceremony marks the end for historic building

The officer training programs have called the building home since 1973

Man pleads guilty to 24-year-old sexual assault

The state would prove that on July 2, 1995, officers with the Morgantown Police Department met with an 83-year-old woman, the victim, sitting on the bench outside of the parking garage on Chestnut Street.

University holds off Greenbrier East 56-50 in Class AAA

Hawks answer each Spartans' run to advance to Class AAA title game.

Campaign finance bill could receive approval on Day 60

State finance levels to match federal.

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