August 1, 2019

WVU, WesBanco roll out new data program

The program allows students to sharpen their data analytics skills while serving the needs of commercial organizations and units of government.

World Scout Jamboree comes to a close

The 24th international jamboree wrapped up Thursday evening with a closing ceremony.

How Taz Sherman went from unwanted to landing at West Virginia

Playing for a star-studded high school team, Taz Sherman once fell through the recruiting cracks.

Missing Marion County girl found in Texas

U.S. Marshals report Gracelynn Scritchfield appeared to be in "good health."

Division of Highways distributing 280 new pieces of road maintenance equipment

Gov. Justice says he's getting done what "lifers in politics" couldn't.

Four financial companies express interest in medical marijuana program

RFPs to provide financial services for the program under review.

Expectations high in Huntington ahead of Marshall’s 2019 season

Herd the favorite to win C-USA's East Division.

UPDATE: Victim, suspects identified in officer-involved shooting

Shooting followed police pursuit of two men on a motorcycle.

Report: Much more funding for tobacco cessation, prevention programs needed in West Virginia

The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network is out with its annual report looking at how West Virginia measures up against other states when it comes to cancer prevention measures.

Rainy Day transfer gets state through sub par July for revenue collections

$70 million borrowed and will be paid back by the end of September.

Friday is departure day at World Scout Jamboree

As many as 800 buses filled with participants could roll off the Fayette County site during 14 hours on Friday.

Why Sanders or Warren could win

Watching Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren in the debate the other night, I kept thinking, “one of them can’t possibly win, can they?” Medicare for...

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