January 12, 2020

Right to work case finally hits W.Va. Supreme Court this week

Case has been in the court system since right after Legislature passed law in 2016.

Senior citizen advocates look to lawmakers for more funding for in-home care and meals

"We'd like to see the lawmakers make the seniors of West Virginia a priority," said Bill Carpenter, president of the West Virginia Directors of Senior and Community Services.

Recovery continues in Wood County schools after 2019 ransomware attack

The system's entire computer network had to be rebuilt.

Gondrezick triple the difference as WVU wins ninth in a row, 68-63 over Texas

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — After squandering an 11-point halftime lead, West Virginia found a way past Texas thanks to some late heroics from Kysre Gondrezick. Trailing...

Optimism, concern follow announcement of pre-existing conditions bill

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey and legislators last week announced a measure to protect pre-existing conditions coverage.

Williams: Community ‘in shock’ following firefighter’s death

Mark Horwich died Saturday while responding to a call.

RISE rejuvenates outreach to W.Va. flood victims who might still need help

Upcoming outreach effort includes a series of events in areas hurt by 2016 flood.

The race in on; primary election filing period begins Monday

13-day filing period stretches through Saturday, Jan. 25.

McBride and Knapper forming dynamic bench tandem for WVU

They may practice with the second team, but Miles McBride and Brandon Knapper are building a solid chemistry in WVU's backcourt.

Storms leave behind power outages

A majority of counties impacted.

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