May 4, 2019

West Virginia’s bats go quiet, hungry Horned Frogs clinch series win

GRANVILLE, W.Va. – A day after facing the most touted pitching prospect in college baseball, West Virginia swung its bats like it saw his ghost....

Lawmakers want assurance homeowners are priority for federal disaster dollars

Most Hazard Mitigation Grant money has been allocated toward infrastructure.

McKinley won’t run for governor as long as Justice is in race

Five-term congressman says he's spoken with Justice about 2020.

Dam removal changes West Fork fishing prospects

What was once much like a series of small lakes, is now a free flowing waterway with shoals, riffles, and plenty of structure and cover for ambush species.

National fireman’s group weighs in against W.Va. emergency services shuffle

National Volunteer Fire Council sent a letter to Gov. Jim Justice.

Berkeley BOE issues statement in connection with abuse case

BOE says there's "understandable tension" in the school system.

Flash flood watch issued for more than a dozen counties

National Weather Service says a "wave" of rain possible Saturday evening into Saturday night.

Column: A game to forget, and Manoah pledges to do precisely that

COMMENTARY GRANVILLE, W.Va. β€” The TCU fans tailgating beyond right field asked, β€œHey, you wanna shot of Fireball?” Which seemed like an appropriate pregame toast...

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