August 27, 2019

Morgantown Utility Board moves forward on Route 3 proposal

Regulatory approval could happen by mid-November.

West Virginia Chamber of Commerce summit begins Wednesday

The annual event is taking place at the Greenbrier resort.

Yale law professor: Oklahoma decision likely to impact other drug cases

Abbe Gluck, the facility director of the Yale Law School's Solomon Center for Health Law and Policy, appeared on Tuesday's MetroNews "Talkline."

Early numbers show decline in calls, crime at start of WVU fall semester

The Morgantown Police Department notes the figures are preliminary, the numbers of calls for service declined 14.5% from 2018 to this year.

State issues warning regarding severe pulmonary illness, vaping

The health alert from State Health Officer Dr. Catherine Slemp comes after multiple states have reported cases of severe pulmonary illness involving young people who have vaped certain products.

Understated Austin Kendall ready for time to shine at West Virginia

Austin Kendall won the starting job for the Mountaineers, but he won't be ditching his workmanlike attitude.

Marshall, Sodexo cut ties with longtime hot dog vendor Stewarts

The owner, a member of the House of Delegates, has been criticized for actions in the past.

Blankenship on Talkline: Appeal ‘definitely not over”

Former Massey Energy CEO reacts to federal magistrate's recommendation.

The Greenbrier sues company hired to help collect on flood claims

Lawyers contend insurance adjuster didn't do enough to collect on damages from 2016 flood.

Junior college forward Ethan Richardson not enrolling at West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — Junior-college prospect Ethan Richardson will not be enrolling at West Virginia, leaving the Mountaineers with one open scholarship heading into this...

Roane superintendent says bat infestation handled delicately

Officials say while bats pose a disease risk, they are also endangered so getting them out of a school building is tricky.

Body of Mercer County man recovered from Va. lake

The victim was a resident of Princeton.

Eastern Panhandle Report: Week 1

Martinsburg puts 42-game win streak on the line, while Keyser travels to Robert C. Byrd for Top 10 showdown in Class AA.

Marshall broadcaster recognized for woodcarving

A piece from Steve Cotton picked up a blue ribbon during the recent National Caricature Carving Competition and Exhibit in Converse, Indiana.

With 8 consecutive playoff berths, Wheeling Park hopes for deep run

Chris Daugherty and the Patriots look to bounce back after last year's opening-round exit.

Keyser, Shady & Nicholas face quality opponents in Week 1 (Class AA previews)

The Golden Tornado look to avenge a 2018 loss at RCB.

Big 12 notebook: Brown excited for debut, Holgorsen spars with Riley

Neal Brown and the Big 12's other three new coaches are fired up to get started, plus other notes from around the conference.

Photo Gallery: Logan faces Scott in the Cardinal Grid-O-Rama

MADISON, W.Va. — Photo gallery from the Logan-Scott matchup at the annual Cardinal Conference Grid-O-Rama on Saturday, August 24th. (Photos courtesy of Boothe Davis/Captured by...

Clarksburg VA death ruled homicide; VA investigating more possible victims

On the morning of April 9, 2018, Felix McDermott died at the Louis A. Johnson VA Medical Center in Clarksburg.  The retired Army Sergeant and...

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