Jake Flatley, Author at WV MetroNews

Yesterday July 22, 2019

International scouts getting first glimpse of U.S. through West Virginia lens

The 24th World Scout Jamboree is at the Summit Bechtel Reserve through August 2.

Charleston, UC’s WVDII partner to expand services for substance use disorder

The partnership will expand the Quick Response Team program.

Sunday July 14, 2019

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers finishing up study phase of Milton floodwall

The completion of the wall is still years away.

FCC chairman vows relief is on the way with robocalls

The FCC is working on a new caller ID authentication framework.

Friday July 12, 2019

State school board member regrets vote to give Paine pay increase

Debra Sullivan appeared on Friday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Roberts praises former UMWA president during bridge dedication

A sign is to be place on a I-77 bridge in Cabin Creek to remember former UMWA Arnold Miller.

Thursday July 11, 2019

State superintendent of schools not willing to accept salary increase

Paine cited lack of certified teachers in the classroom throughout the state.

Wednesday July 10, 2019

Cabell assistant teacher recognized as School Service Personnel Employee of the Year

Lionel Hope Jr. has worked at Highlawn Elementary for eight years.

Tuesday July 9, 2019

‘ACA saved my life’; Demonstrators ask Morrisey to drop out of healthcare lawsuit

First day of arguments in the 'Obamacare' appeal was on Tuesday.

Monday July 8, 2019

FLOTUS impressed by work in Huntington area around opioid epidemic

Melania Trump stopped in Huntington for around three hours on Monday to discuss the issues and solutions of opioid use.

Sunday July 7, 2019

Marshall closer to its destination with aviation school

Fall 2021 remains expected launch date of the program.

Friday July 5, 2019

Goals scored on and off field during U.S. Youth Soccer tournament in Kanawha Valley

The 260 team tournament had an estimated impact of more than $20 million.

Thursday July 4, 2019

Mixed emotions felt in Harman during 4th of July celebration with dam scare

The area was under a flash flood warning on Thursday due a possible dam break.

Mountain State Art & Craft Fair kicks off its 57th year on Thursday

The annual event is hosted in Ripley at the Cedar Lakes Conference Center.

Wheeling roads, exits reopen after oil spill cleanup

Wheeling PD received 911 calls about the truck on Wednesday morning.

Wednesday July 3, 2019

Kanawha Emergency Management teaches fireworks safety at demo

Use of fireworks is not recommended by Kanawha Emergency Management.

Monday July 1, 2019

$4 million federal grant to fund IT apprenticeship programs in W.Va.

Capito joined Sarah Tucker and U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta for the announcement on Monday.

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