April 3, 2019

Hampshire County man admits to releasing sewage into river branch

Timothy Peer said he failed to maintain Mountainaire Village Utility near Ridgeley.

Fairmont man admits to 2018 fatal shooting

Austin Mays pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.

Hedgesville slugs their way to 11th win, 11-4 at Moorefield

The Eagles score in 6 of 7 innings to improve to 11-2 on the season.

Department of Education holds last forum in Eastern Panhandle

BERKELEY SPRINGS, W.Va. — The West Virginia Department of Education held its final forum Wednesday regarding possible changes to the state’s education system. The event,...

West Virginia 9-1 at home after edging Pitt

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The largest crowd in West Virginia baseball history had dwindled considerably by the time reliever Zach Ottinger appeared to give up a...

McKinley, Mooney, Miller oppose ‘Obamacare’ resolution

The U.S. House of Representatives passed the resolution in response to the Department of Justice's decision last week supporting a federal judge's decision on the law's constitutionality.

Bridgeport outlasts Notre Dame, 5-4

Indians prevail despite McKinsey's home run in seventh inning.

Marshall set to battle Green Bay for CIT championship

Herd look to send successful senior class out on high note.

Former Kanawha GOP leader: We want Justice to be a better Republican

The executive committee voted Tuesday 19-4 on the resolution.

Wheeling brings in consultants for project help as city manager remains suspended

Mayor Glenn Elliott told MetroNews the city is talking with an employment firm on what to do at the position.

Sentencing for Taylor set for Thursday

A Jackson County jury determined last month 33-year-old Benjamin Taylor was guilty of the death of 10-month-old Emmaleigh Barringer.

Water for failing Boone County system would come from Charleston plant

WVAWC and Boone-Raleigh PSD have agreed to terms of settlement.

Governor orders change in West Virginia trout stocking

Justice mandates DNR add personnel to the stocking runs to make certain fish are dispersed throughout the length of the stream and not just poured into the largest and easiest to access pools

FEMA indicates red tape in school replacement is near an end

Capito and Manchin put pressure on FEMA's acting administrator to put a higher priority on rebuilding schools after a disaster

Hoyer agrees state needs to improve support for flood-struck communities

Auditor's report questions whether West Virginia does enough to guide overwhelmed communities as they cope with disaster.

Roberts promises miners they will win the pension fight in Congress

The UMWA president was in Charleston on Wednesday talking about their current pensions.

Northrop Grumman expanding in Mineral County following recent purchase

Defense contractor receives state incentives to add up to 500 jobs in five years at Rocket Center site.

‘Dangerous’ Marshall County road conditions prompt emergency declaration

"While a lot of other areas are talking about potholes, we're talking about roads falling over hillsides," said Betsy Frohnapfel, Marshall County administrator.

Marshall holds off Hampton, moves into CIT title game

Elmore scores 28 points to help Herd edge Pirates.

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