September 3, 2019

Morgantown City Council, MUB make another route change with raw water pipeline

With a unanimous vote Morgantown City Council agreed to change the route of the 30" raw water pipeline-again.

10 Boone County employees lose jobs as officials again cut budgets

The area continues to deal with a decline in coal severance tax collections.

Walmart announces end to certain ammunition sales

The news from the Bentonville, Arkansas company comes after multiple mass shootings in August, including one incident at a Walmart store in El Paso, Texas.

Former federal employee enters guilty plea after accessing medical records

Jeffrey Scott Miller, 39, admitted to illegally accessing the medical records of six people.

Kanawha County man charged after fatal shooting

Terry Kirby, 64, was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly killing another man at a Hunter Road residence.

West Virginia opens state parks, sends National Guard as Hurricane Dorian moves up coast

West Virginia is extending a hand to people and communities in the forecasted path of Hurricane Dorian.

With Manchin sitting out governor’s race, Democratic field could open up

Manchin suggests there are more declared candidates to come.

EQT ends suit on drilling leases

Oil and gas producer EQT aimed to have legislation forbidding deductions from certain drilling leases declared unconstitutional.

As number grows, Cabell health officials holds public forum on HIV cluster

The number of cases are up 3 in the last month in Cabell County.

OVMC set to suspend acute and emergency medical services

The hospital in Wheeling still set to close completely in October.

Mountaineers determined to get running game in motion at Missouri

After a meager season-opening performance, West Virginia needs to get its running backs on track.

Boise’s impressive opening win has Herd’s attention

Broncos rallied from 18 points down to prevail at Florida State.

Second man in charged in connection with Parkersburg murder

A woman's body was found shortly after being reported missing.

Fairmont’s Jalen Bridges foregoes prep school, enrolls at West Virginia

Though he may still redshirt this season, the former West Virginia Mr. Basketball is officially enrolled at WVU.

State high school softball tournament moving to South Charleston

Event will move from Jackson Park in Vienna starting next season.

Revenue collections miss estimates in August

Tax collections have fallen $50 million behind 2 months into fiscal year.

Director of state medical marijuana program confident moving forward

The state Treasurer's Office is finalizing its deal with a banking entity.

Ohio federal judge denies summary judgment motions in opioid lawsuit

Charleston attorney believes rulings could speed settlement discussions.

West Virginia couple riding out Dorian on the Florida coast

Jefferson County natives bracing for their third major Hurricane in five years.

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