Driver involved in Interstate 64 wreck dies

Jerrell Simmons, 70, died from brain damage suffered from the April 7 crash. Full Story »

Cabell County education board names Saxe as new superintendent

6 hours ago by in News

Ryan Saxe currently is the executive director of Curriculum and Professional Learning for the Manatee County School District in Florida. Full Story »

Next stop grand jury for first defendant in Easter Sunday shooting

21 hours ago by in News

Crouse is charged with the murder of 48-year-old Janet Garrett. Full Story »

Armed robbery suspects arrested in Morgantown

21 hours ago by in News

Men taken into custody within an hour of the reported crime. Full Story »

Property owners hold meetings prior to state Supreme Court case

1 day ago by in News

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals is scheduled to rehear Leggett v. EQT on Tuesday regarding royalty payments from companies. Full Story »

Justice signs indoor tanning ban for those under 18

1 day ago by in News

The Legislature approved the bill earlier this month. Full Story »

Man convicted in Berkeley County murder case

1 day ago by in News

James Love found guilty in 2015 death of Hedgesville-area woman. Full Story »

Drug Take Back Day returns with nearly 100 drop off sites in W.Va.

17 hours ago by in News

Event will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Full Story »

Man sentenced for sexual assault in Morgantown parking garage elevator

21 hours ago by in News

The former WVU student was shown on surveillance video assaulting a woman who was drunk. Full Story »

Special session date is set, and otherwise uncertainty reigns

1 day ago by in News

House leadership objects to proposal; budget package details still being worked out. Full Story »

Details released regarding 2014 Elk River spill settlement

1 day ago by in News

The details of the settlement went public Thursday evening, which includes payments for residential households, businesses and those with medical needs. Full Story »

WVSU files lawsuit against Dow Chemical for water pollution

1 day ago by in News

University officials say contamination does not create risk to human health on campus. Full Story »

Justice strikes down ‘Tebow bill’

1 day ago by in High School Sports, News

Measure would have allowed home-schooled and private school students to participate in sports and extracurricular activities in nearby public schools. Full Story »

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