June 9, 2019

Environmental groups accuse multiple mining sites of violating federal regulations

Several environmental groups, including the Sierra Club, have given the owners of those sites 60 days to come into compliance to avoid federal case filings.

Frankfort’s Beeman nets 18 as North defeats South, 84-60

The North led wire-to-wire, cruising to a comfortable victory.

Judge Berger OKs $1.23 million civil contempt payment plan for Justice Energy

Judge tells lawyers to let her know when sanction is paid up.

Justice slaps Bloomberg’s ‘Beyond Carbon’ push against coal and gas

Governor plans 1 p.m. Monday gathering with coal and gas industry officials.

‘Once in a lifetime experience’; Marshall AD excited for Army and Navy series

Marshall has scheduled a home-and-home series with both Army and Navy.

Webster County’s elementary schools are keeping music alive

WEBSTER SPRINGS, W.Va. — After making history last year, Webster County‚Äôs elementary schools are working hard to overcome challenges in creating a successful school band....

Leonhardt: Food laws going into effect will be very beneficial to local producers

The state Commissioner of Agriculture is excited for the West Virginia Fresh Food Act.

Carr, Delauter share state’s top honor, lead AAA all-state lists

Two of the state's top pitchers named Co-Players of the Year

Update: Lewisburg shooting suspect in custody; victim on life support

A possible motive for the shooting has not been disclosed.

Body of missing Preston County man found

Philip "Buckie" Barlow, of Tunnelton, was last seen May 28.

Consumers to pay one more time for Mitchell Power Station transfer

Case filed with state Public Service Commission.

Justice’s complex network of business boils down to family

Depositions in 'pierce the veil case' show close family guidance of business.

West Virginia two-sport signee Doston will sign with Brewers

An expected contributor to West Virginia's football and baseball teams will head into professional baseball instead.

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