May 21, 2019

Preliminary hearings for Richwood officials moved

The hearings will be held July 17.

Frankfort’s late rally clinches regional title over Fairmont Senior

The Falcons score six runs in the seventh inning, to win 7-2.

Moorefield moves past Notre Dame for spot in state tournament

Hoyt goes the distance for Yellow Jackets in 7-1 road win.

Morgantown rolls Park to force decisive regional game

The winner-take-all game is in Morgantown Wednesday.

Needleseye Park becomes latest public attraction for southern West Virginia

The entrance to the park is near Main Street in Oak Hill.

The Health Plan and MedExpress part ways

MCO says no connection with recent deal with WVU Medicine.

Breaking down West Virginia’s path to hosting a baseball regional

West Virginia is in position to host a baseball regional for the first time since 1955 -- but who are the Mountaineers competing against?

Morrisey files new claims against Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston; Diocese responds

Morrisey's lawsuit claims the Diocese has failed to protect children from sexual abusers.

Cornerback Jordan Adams leaving WVU football team as grad transfer

The senior defensive back is leaving the program in search of more playing time elsewhere.

Morgantown surgeon, pharmacist plead guilty on drug counts in separate federal cases

35-year-old Chad Poage, an orthopedic surgeon, and 40-year-old Scott Tingler, a pharmacist, both pleaded in separate cases in federal court.

State cutting feds check for $4.7 million for broadband expansion missteps

Lawmakers say state should go after Frontier for repayment.

Maryland man killed by falling tree while kayaking in Preston County

Andy Malinoski, Press Secretary – Media Relations, for the Office of Marketing & Communications, identified the victim Tuesday as David Treadaway, of Dundalk, Md.

Suit led by Jay Justice claims OSM broke settlement deal, preempts another federal lawsuit

Justice companies insinuate federal agencies have political motivation.

Labor says study proves ending prevailing wage was a mistake

ACT Foundation touts report by a mid-west university which claimed removing prevailing wage in West Virginia saved taxpayers very little, but cost construction workers big

U.S. Marshals joining Charleston PD in search for murder suspect

Gerard "Rodo" Spencer is wanted for the murder of Ronald Seawright Jr. in Charleston.

Run for the Wall to arrive in West Virginia Wednesday

Organizers seek to clear up confusion between their group and "Rolling Thunder" which has announced will end after this year. Run for the Wall says their not going anywhere--and in fact will add a 4th route next year to fill the void.

Hanshaw: Dozens of bills, four committees, one week, definitely June

Speaker sets stage for special session on education betterment.

Woman hit and killed by train in McDowell County

Police said she was walking on the tracks early Tuesday morning.

SNAP eligibility extends now to some West Virginians with felony drug convictions

As of Tuesday, applications were being accepted through the state Department of Health and Human Resources.

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