Crowds set fires, hurled bottles and tried to flip vehicles in several Morgantown neighborhoods after West Virginia upset No. 4 Baylor.

Social media being used to identify those who did damage on Morgantown’s streets

WVU is promising to move quickly to expel any students involved in the riots that followed the Baylor win. Full Story »

Upshur County man sentenced to prison for harboring a fugitive

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Dustin Moore was sentenced to four months in prison Full Story »

National group wants more retailers to go tobacco-free

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The campaign launched Monday. Full Story »

Probable cause hearing delayed for Harrison County Magistrate

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Magistrate Mark Gorby will now appear before Special Magistrate Kim Blair on October 29 Full Story »

Ebola preps continue in West Virginia; No new cases have been diagnosed in U.S.

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Officials at WVU Hospitals said, if anything, they've overprepared. Full Story & Video »

Two dead in burned out car in McDowell County

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Fire marshals and troopers investigating. Full Story »

Did two Marion County teachers go too far with team-building exercise?

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They were suspended for a day after two students fell and were injured. Full Story »

Couple faces prison time after beach house conviction

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Sold woman's shares of stocks to make purchase. Full Story »

Delegate wanted blood test not breath test

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Doug Skaff says he should have had a designated driver. Full Story »

Three-car accident on I-79 sends multiple people to hospital

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The collision happened near the Weston/Buckhannon exit Full Story »

Taylor County accident claims life

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Unattended vehicle hits pedestrian. Full Story »

Crowds create fire, mayhem after WVU’s win

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Police use tear gas and chemical munitions to disperse large groups. Full Story »

Tamarack director settles in to new job

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Jim Browder previously worked in Lexington, Kentucky. Full Story »

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