Alex Wiederspiel

Thursday December 6, 2018

Secretary of State’s Office, City of Morgantown respond on wards and boundaries complaint

Roger Banks, serving his third term with Morgantown's Wards and Boundaries Commission, filed the complaint Tuesday over what he described as 'gross inequities' in the current system.

Former WVU assistant basketball coach, fundraiser McPherson dies

Gary McPherson was affiliated with the Mountaineers for parts of six decades.

Wednesday December 5, 2018

Morgantown wards commissioner files complaint against city council

Roger Banks, now in his sixth year with the commission, called

Thursday November 29, 2018

Fairmont Senior football players show off singing talent

They won't be thinking about it Friday, but in just a week's time several players will all be suiting up again -- but this time for the school madrigal annual Yule Tide Feast.

Wednesday November 28, 2018

WVU Law School to host climate panel in wake of dire reports

In the past two months, there have been two exceptionally alarming reports on where climate change is going -- including one by the Trump Administration that the President himself didn't "believe."

Tuesday November 27, 2018

Former WVU President and current law professor David Hardesty retires

"It was an emotional experience," Hardesty said Tuesday on MetroNews "Talkline" with Hoppy Kercheval.

Monday November 26, 2018

Civil trial begins Tuesday for Winfield man, former WVU student convicted in fatal Morgantown hit-and-run

Sears was pronounced dead early in the morning of Jan. 17, 2016 after the accident with Hambrick.

I-79 backed up from Harrison to Marion counties

Southbound traffic is backed up from mile marker 127 to mile marker 132 in Marion County.

North Carolina couple identified in fatal I-79 wreck

The two were reportedly traveling southbound when their vehicle crossed the median and into the northbound lanes.

Morgantown man arrested in downtown stabbing

Police responded to the stabbing on South High Street at 6:41 p.m. after a reported altercation between a woman and two men.

Military voting app a success, but Warner doesn’t anticipate any expansion

"We're keeping it limited to the military and overseas voters," he said on WAJR's Morgantown AM.

Saturday November 24, 2018

Sister: Family hopes Leah’s name will inspire future students

"We're not going to not say Leah's name," Rebecca Berhanu told WAJR.

Friday November 23, 2018

Warner: Replicating Monongalia County’s voting practices across the state would be beneficial

"It all comes down to money. Can a county afford to do what you all were able to do in Monongalia County?"

Thursday November 22, 2018

Sellout game, inclement weather, returning WVU students have agencies planning for Friday

The National Weather Service said there's also a possibility for a mix of rain and snow in the game's second half and during the commute home.

Tuesday November 20, 2018

Thanksgiving travel period underway

Nearly 10 million holiday travelers in this region are expected, including around 9 million drivers.

Monday November 19, 2018

Police identify three victims in fatal Friday crash; includes 90-year-old man

Ray Booher, 90, was a passenger in the sedan that struck a coal truck in a head-on collision. He died en route to Ruby Memorial Hospital.

Sunday November 18, 2018

Miners, family members share sadness and gratitude 50 years after Farmington No. 9

"It was very tough growing up as a child, not having a dad around for an image -- father image."

Friday November 16, 2018

Hazelton prison workers picketing at I-68 interchange

"The understaffing at our facility has led to an increase in violence, drugs, drug abuse, fights, assaults."

Thursday November 15, 2018

McKinley continues discussions about Hazelton prison

Three inmates have been killed in the Preston County-based federal facility in 2018.

Wednesday November 14, 2018

Mooney: Republicans lost House because they didn’t act

"(Voters) didn't see conservatives implementing what we said we would do."

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