Herd earned its shot against WVU as state watches from afar

Allan Taylor's column: Schools that can’t agree on where to play within their own state will be meeting at the edge of the Pacific, for a berth in the Sweet 16. Full Story »

Inside job: Mountaineers work it close to erase Murray State

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Not willing to settle for 3-pointers, West Virginia took only 11 of them — a season-low — and beat the Racers 85-68 on Friday in the NCAA tournament opener. Full Story »

Programs to feed kids in need keep going after end of teacher, school service worker strike

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"These kids are struggling every week," said Chad Morrison, executive director of the Mountaineer Food Bank. Full Story »

Ojeda, Potter go after each other following Moore meeting

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What started as a tweet by West Virginia Republican Party Chairwoman Melody Potter againststate Sen. Richard Ojeda, D-Logan, turned into a social media firestorm. Full Story »

Former lumber company executive sentenced to 41 months for embezzlement

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James Matthew Miller, 43, pleaded guilty to two counts of wire fraud on Dec. 6. Full Story »

Governor Justice signs budget bill without a plate of anything

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Fiscal Year 2019 budget projects spending $4.38 billion. Full Story »

NBA official explains why the league is pushing for ‘integrity fee’

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League wants a "seat at the table" to partner with West Virginia on sports betting. So far lawmakers are cool to the idea, but leagues suggest it would make for a better product. Full Story »

Volunteers to clean up needles on Charleston streets

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Clean up event scheduled for Saturday. Full Story »

Man arrested, charged for death of Kentucky police officer

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Kentucky State Police said John Russell Hall allegedly shot Pikeville Police Officer Scotty Hamilton late Tuesday night. Full Story »

Kanawha-Charleston Health Department discusses needle exchange program before City Council vote

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Charleston City Council will vote Monday on recriminalizing needles for illegal drug use, thus ending the initiative. Full Story »

Jackpots in record territory for Mega Millions, Powerball

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Next drawing is Friday night. Full Story »

Number of federal prosecutors to triple as part of ‘Project Huntington’

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Goal is crack down on drug dealers and traffickers. Full Story »

The Falcons are soaring; Fairmont State adds new aircraft to its fleet

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Fairmont State University unveiled the newest addition to its fleet at the Robert C. Byrd Aerospace Education Center in Bridgeport Thursday -- a 2017 Cessna 172 Skyhawk. Full Story »

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