April 2, 2019

Huntington police, drug program unite to stop drug trafficking in city

The Huntington Violent Crime-Drug Task Force is a joint effort between the Huntington Police Department and the Appalachia High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.

Morgantown racks up 14 hits in 17-2 win over University

The Mohigans have scored 116 runs in their first ten games.

Notebook: Scott wants running backs to stay positive after slow scrimmage

West Virginia couldn't get the run game moving in its first spring scrimmage, but coaches are trying to set an encouraging tone.

Cross Lanes boy gets a day in the life of a Charleston Police officer

This was part of the eleventh "Operation Citation."

Man arrested in alleged mall abduction released from jail

Mother says it may have been a cultural misunderstanding.

Chambers: California meeting “inspired hope” for future of West Virginia

West Virginia Innovation Day brought state and corporate leaders together for a day-long discussion.

Developer facing two lawsuits over missed payments files bankruptcy

Developer John Wellford and his company, Corotorman, file to be protected from debts while reorganizing.

Kelby Wickline adjusting well to potentially awkward coaching change

Kelby Wickline came to West Virginia to play for his dad -- who wasn't retained by Neal Brown. Wickline explains why he stayed a Mountaineer after that fact.

SSAC Board of Control passes proposal for fourth class in basketball

Measure will soon be in hands of Board of Education.

Three Guys Before The Game – Sills Up/Horns Down (Episode 106)

He flourished when others would have folded.

Former Richwood Mayor Baber is latest arrest stemming from financial audit

Former mayor is accused of misusing his state-issued purchasing card and authorizing his own payment for flood-relief work from city funds.

Emergency officials warn of approaching expiration of 2016 flood insurance

The three-year plans from the 2016 floods will be expiring in September.

West Virginia to host emergency medical flight conference

Medical flight teams from around the world will gather this week at Pipestem Resort for the annual critical care conference.

Revamped 2-1-1 line launched in W.Va. through the United Way

This is the first statewide collaborative project ever undertaken by all 14 individual United Ways.

Work underway to implement new foster care law; Managed care deadline is Jan. 1

Jeremiah Samples, deputy secretary of the state Department of Health and Human Resources, calls the law 'a step in the right direction for our kids.'

Harrison County authorities investigating human remains found near Clarksburg

An individual who was doing work on the property discovered the remains, which deputies confirmed were human remains upon arriving on scene.

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