May 30, 2019

Even at home, it’s easy for Mountaineers to play disrespect card

West Virginia is hosting a regional for the first time, but it has a number of reasons to feel like an underdog.

Mooney urges support for gun purchasing bill

U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, R-W.Va., is a cosponsor of the Firearms Interstate Commerce Reform Act.

Hanshaw, Linville back merger between Sprint, T-Mobile

The U.S. Department of Justice has to approve the deal.

Arrest made in 4-month Ohio County murder probe

Teenager lodged in Northern Regional Jail.

Class AAA state baseball preview: Saint Albans, Hurricane enter as top two seeds

Red Dragons face Wheeling Park in a rematch of last year's semifinal, while Redskins are set to battle Hedgesville.

Charleston forms first LGBTQ working group

The group will work with Mayor Goodwin on LGBTQ related policies and procedures.

Large limestone blocks being removed from capitol dome

Restoration work to prevent water damage continues.

Welch mayor dies unexpectedly

Reba Honaker had been serving as mayor of Welch since 2011.

State H.S. baseball tournament scoreboard

All 9 games will be broadcast at the MetroNews Channel.

Carmichael: No guarantee omnibus education bill will pass in one day

Backup plan continuing Sunday and Monday, Senate President says.

Former Clay County official sentenced in embezzlement case

Pamela Taylor also made national headlines after racist comments about Michelle Obama.

Clarksburg’s Monticello one of six to join community revitalization initiative

Monticello was one of six West Virginia communities welcomed as FHLBank Pittsburgh Blueprint Communities Wednesday at the Bridgeport Conference Center.

Montgomery mayor welcomes possibility of Challenge Academy expansion

An expansion is a provision in the Student Success Act.

How an ace found his place: West Virginia’s Alek Manoah

COMMENTARY MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — His baseball beginnings trace back before the Florida state championship at South Dade High in 2014. Further back than the King...

Fairmont man charged with arson, murder in fatal fire

Clyde Dean Jr. was arrested Wednesday and charged with first degree murder and first degree arson in the death of Cheryl Willis.

Charleston’s proposed abortion ‘buffer zone’ ordinance raises 1st Amendment issues

Charleston City Council is considering an ordinance that would provide a buffer zone between individuals entering the state’s only abortion clinic and pro-life protesters and...

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