August 6, 2019

Charleston man sentenced to 11 years in prison after selling fentanyl mix

Christoper Tyler, 27, previously admitted to selling a Charleston woman the mixture.

Fayette schools rebuild continues; 2 new schools set to open later this month

New River Primary and Oak Hill Middle in the punch list stage.

Sears closing Barboursville location

The announcement comes 10 months after Sears Holdings filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

Patched portion of Jakes Run Road collapses

The affected stretch is about a half-mile in from West Virginia Route 7.

Quarterback picture no clearer for West Virginia in first week of camp

The search for a starting quarterback remains unresolved for the Mountaineers.

Preston County man convicted in I-81 killing, sentenced to life in prison

Strawser was already in prison for life for killing his ex-girlfriend.

EAS national test Wednesday

Fifth nationwide test of emergency alert system.

Mercer County 10-year-old injured after wrecking family car

The boy took the car without permission.

Justice gets behind NCWV Airport project; commits $20 million

Infrastructure project includes new terminal building.

Routt, defense lead West Virginia rout of Madrid in exhibition opener

West Virginia didn’t miss the services of prized recruit Oscar Tshiebwe on Tuesday. Logan Routt and a WVU defense that forced 20 turnovers and recorded...

After program-best season, Midland Trail reloads for 2019

Trail advanced to the state semifinals for the second time in 2018.

Former Richwood Mayor Baber’s latest battle is with the IRS

Baber says the Internal Revenue Service may hold him personally responsible for $325,504 in unremitted payroll taxes.

Wounded trooper recovers in Morgantown hospital

State Police Colonel Jan Cahill says Trooper Josh Tallman was quite a lucky young man

‘Do Something!’

When Ohio Governor Mike DeWine spoke during a vigil for the victims of the deadly mass shooting in Dayton, the crowd began to chant “Do...

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