Alex Wiederspiel

Monday July 9, 2018

WVU Law professor unpacks potentially complex Supreme Court nomination fight

WVU Law Professor Anne Lofaso said the President will need to take a look at the political playing field.

Thursday July 5, 2018

New WVU program aims to increase patient access and high paying jobs

A maximum of 25 students per class will engage in four semesters of classroom instruction and an entire year of clinical training.

Tuesday July 3, 2018

Five-year hunt for Taylor County sexual assault suspect comes to an end

Xavier Ramos, 34, of Oxon Hill, Maryland, was taken into custody by U.S. Marshals around 10 a.m. Tuesday morning.

Sunday July 1, 2018

Morgantown man facing felony charge after hitting cyclist

Christopher Sean Howard of Morgantown is facing a malicious wounding charge

Wednesday June 27, 2018

WVU prof: Kennedy retirement sets up pressurized timeline before midterms

"I do think it's going to have an immediate impact on the race," John Kilwein said.

Thursday June 21, 2018

WVU releases strategic plan for future of Greek Life

The University took action against 16 fraternities in February in response to those allegations, which Richardson did not specifically discuss.

Wednesday June 20, 2018

Councilwoman: Morgantown not likely to revisit “this specific contract” on Haymaker

"The appraisal is really sort of the kicker, where we had additional facts that were going to help us be able to sort through the value of the property, the potential value, the public value," Rachel Fetty said.

Tuesday June 19, 2018

Haymaker Forest acquisition postponed following marathon public hearing

The public hearing portion related to Haymaker Forest included nearly 50 speakers and lasted nearly four hours.

Injunction denied in Morgantown’s Haymaker Forest purchase; vote scheduled tonight

Morgantown City Council is set to vote on second reading Tuesday night on a $5.2 million purchase agreement for land that was assessed by the Monongalia County Assessor at $1.2 million and by a private appraiser at $2.5 million.

Monday June 18, 2018

Temporary injunction hearing on controversial property acquisition in Morgantown scheduled ahead of final vote

"We're in a position where the city has indicated it's willingness to pay $5.2 million dollars for a piece of real estate that's fair market value of $1.2 million, and the City has no idea how to pay that money."

New Jersey man identified in fatal Monongalia County wreck

Rodney L. Wilson, 56, of Mays Landing, New Jersey, died Saturday following the crash on Lazzelle Union Road that involved his bike and a truck.

Friday June 8, 2018

Authorities offering cash reward for recovery of 67 stolen handguns in Marion County

The Fairmont based shop was burglarized by two unknown suspects after 1 a.m. on May 5, 2018.

Morgantown closes in on major land acquisition to create urban green belt

Acquiring the Haymaker Forest, much of which lays outside the city limits, could cost more than $5 million.

Wednesday June 6, 2018

One dead following accident at Randolph County mine

Ronald B. Taylor, 43, of Belington, has been identified as the man injured in an early Tuesday morning accident at the Carter Roag Company, Morgan Camp Mine.

Monday June 4, 2018

Some revisions made, but WVU Medicine breaks ground on new Medicine Children’s tower

The WVU Medicine Board of Directors approved the use of $125 million for the $150 million project.

Sunday June 3, 2018

WVU Medicine Children’s program helps sick students with school work

"It's really important for students of that age, that's their job at that point," said Katie Ridenour.

Saturday June 2, 2018

29th Blue and Gray Reunion commemorates piece of U.S. and West Virginian history

"We are careful to say we commemorate that battle, rather than celebrate," said Reunion liaison Karen Larry.

Wednesday May 30, 2018

Longtime WVU police chief to retire

Bob Roberts, a 33-year veteran of the campus police department, has spent the last 28 years as Police Chief.

Tuesday May 29, 2018

WVU Rep: Rising tuition doesn’t change school’s value

"A decision about tuition is one of the hardest things we make, and it requires a balancing of several factors," he said.

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