April 10, 2019

Snyder still a good-luck charm as WVU dominates Terps, 8-1

COLLEGE PARK, Md.  — West Virginia feels awfully confident when left-hander Nick Snyder is pitching. The 6-foot-7 junior tossed five solid innings and the Mountaineers...

Consultant: Education stakeholders positive heading out of public forums, into special session

Early feedback was discussed Wednesday at a state Board of Education meeting.

Ramage helps Lincoln hand Bridgeport first loss

Cougars score six runs over first three innings.

Re-imagining Mountaineers’ football uniforms before Saturday’s reveal

As West Virginia plans to unveil new uniforms, the Dominion Post and WVMetroNews re-imagined a few mockups — and alternates.

AG Barr answers federal prison staffing questions in front of Senate committee

"I think this is an area where we have stumbled," he said.

Lack of time and flexibility stand out in survey of education workers

Preliminary results of West Virginia Educator Voice released Wednesday.

Wheeling Jesuit will end its Jesuit affiliation at school year’s end

Wheeling Jesuit said Wednesday the university will be re-branded and a new name has yet to be determined.

Big 12 heading online for new Tier 3 media deal with ESPN+

The Big 12 entered a new media-rights arrangement with ESPN. Here's what it means for West Virginia.

Monongalia County woman stabbed in head after argument with daughter’s boyfriend

The victim’s daughter said she and Zachary Nipper smoked meth and the house where the stabbing occurred was used as a “flop house.”

Gov. Justice announces $1.5 million federal grant for Fayette County water/sewer upgrades

The funds are part of $13.1 million designated by HUD for various water/sewer line and broadband improvement projects throughout W.Va. this year.

Here’s everything W.Va. Commerce gave to federal investigators under subpoena

MetroNews obtained the documents under a Freedom of Information Act request.

New campaign shines light on child sexual abuse in West Virginia and elsewhere

The West Virginia Child Advocacy Network's SHINE Campaign launched Wednesday in Huntington and will be rolled out nationally in the coming weeks.

Photo Gallery: 3-run fourth inning leads Winfield past Poca, 6-3

WINFIELD, W.Va. — Photos from Winfield’s 6-3 win over Poca Tuesday evening. The Dots entered the week at No. 4 in the MetroNews Class AA...

Governor Justice: ‘You’ve got to be respectful to anyone who wants to investigate anything’

Documents at Department of Commerce show previously-known agreements prior to Justice's election as governor.

Manchin questions Forest Service funding for rural schools

Chief of U.S. Forest Service says funding for this year's Secure Rural Schools initiative will be caught up by next week, but next year's budget gouges the program providing funding to 14 West Virginia county school systems

Business owners share detrimental effects of stalled Atlantic Coast Pipeline construction

Business owners gathered together with union leaders and elected officials Tuesday for a petition signing ceremony at a Dominion Energy facility near Jane Lew.

State health official: Confirmed measles cases remain at zero in West Virginia

"Thankfully, West Virginia's got extremely strong immunization laws that protect our citizens," said Shannon McBee, epidemiologist for the state Bureau for Public Health.

State revenue collections miss estimates; Justice predicts strong finish to fiscal year

Year-to-date collections ahead of original estimates by $191 million.

Poor state, poor educational outcomes

It often feels like everything is just a little bit harder in West Virginia, and public education is no different.  The state Constitution requires that...

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