April 14, 2019

Mountaineers add junior college shooting guard Sean McNeil

West Virginia addressed one of its biggest needs with the addition of shooter Sean McNeil, who has three years of eligibility remaining.

No. 15 Texas Tech avoids sweep in Morgantown

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — West Virginia had the series wrapped up, but Caleb Kilian made sure No. 15 Texas Tech didn’t leave empty-handed. The 6-foot-4 righthander...

McBride, Tshiebwe combine for 55 points to win Scott Brown Classic

Oscar Tshiebwe earns game MVP honors and wins the slam dunk contest.

Consumer advocate: Utility rates have been on steady rise since 2010

State Public Service Commission has approved rate hikes for 2 large utilities this year and considering a third.

Agency aims to improve oversight of W.Va. flood relief

Three separate audits questioned whether Emergency Management was properly overseeing flood relief dollars.

Photo gallery: Lincoln County edges Nitro in extra innings

HAMLIN, W.Va. — Photos from Lincoln County’s 12-11 win over Nitro in nine innings (Photos courtesy of Chuck Roberts/Dynamic Photography)

Agriculture, behavioral health combo lessons are part of VA FARMS pilot program

It's underway with a group of veterans at the Hershel "Woody" Williams VA Medical Center in Cabell County.

Former Mountaineers guard Beetle Bolden is Bama-bound

MORGANTOWN, W.Va.— Former West Virginia guard Beetle Bolden plans to spend his graduate transfer season at Alabama. Bolden’s announcement Sunday on Twitter came 38 days...

Ken Burns, Dayton Duncan to premier parts of 16-hour epic “Country Music” in Morgantown

"It's why we take eight years to do a film like this," Burns said.

College Republicans give Justice “no confidence” vote

GOP group says there's been no intention of Justice to align himself with the Republican platform since his change in party affiliation.

Stormy end of weekend predicted for Mountain State

Numerous storms possible Sunday afternoon.

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