August 5, 2019

Petsonk launches attorney general campaign

Sam Petsonk is a Beckley-based attorney.

Blackjewel bankruptcy hearing begins in Charleston

Blackjewel filed for bankruptcy last month, which left miners without their pay, 401ks and health benefits.

Shady Spring hopes for longer postseason run this fall

The Tigers qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2011 last fall.

Manchin wants another look at background checks; Capito notes possible steps following shootings

The senators' statements follow two mass shootings over the weekend.

Group opposing Morgantown annexation hopes to change state law

FAIR, Inc. is hoping WV join other states in doing away with forced annexation

Contract awarded for I-70 Bridges Project following rebid process

The project will work on dozens of bridges and take three years to complete.

PSC says customers can expect lower natural gas rates this winter

Purchased gas costs are down for largest utilities.

Neal Brown displeased with focus in West Virginia’s fourth practice

Neal Brown decried his team's mental toughness, plus other observations from West Virginia's fourth day of training camp.

Guilty plea in high-profile Charleston murder case

William Pulliam admits to 2nd degree murder in 2016 death of 15-year-old boy.

Greenbrier officials eager for return of golf tournament next month

'We’re not competing with football; we’re embracing football.'

Sheriff: Man murdered wife after argument that lasted several hours

Putnam County man will be arraigned once he's released from hospital.

Expectations still elevated after Nicholas County’s 11-win season

The Grizzlies are seeking their seventh playoff berth in eight seasons.

9 Justice companies maintain they should be dismissed from federal lawsuit in Virginia

Lawyers say a recent reorganization moved headquarters to West Virginia.

Former walk-on Dante Bonamico thrust atop WVU safety depth chart

Bridgeport native Dante Bonamico went from simply hoping to play for his home-state school to the top of the depth chart.

BridgeValley sees increase in applicants in wake of new grant program

According to college officials, the university has seen around 1,000 applicants and increased calls related to the West Virginia Invests Grant Program.

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