Jeff Jenkins, Author at WV MetroNews

Today November 18, 2019

Senate confirms more than 5 dozen nominations from governor

State School Board member Miller Hall questioned about student achievement, superintendent.

Yesterday November 17, 2019

Superintendents set to make their pitches before state School Building Authority

Presentations set for Monday and Tuesday.

Friday November 15, 2019

Three WV schools garner National Blue Ribbon School awards

Ceremony held Friday in Washington, D.C.

Police chief says numbers tell the story after 3 years of drug house ordinance

Martinsburg Chief Maury Richards says ordinance has been successful "beyond our wildest dreams."

Thursday November 14, 2019

Wood County Schools rebuild continues after ransomware attack

Superintendent not sure when things when fully return to normal.

Boone couple sentenced after embezzling from Seth youth football league

Prosecutor says as much $42,000 taken over 4 years.

Wednesday November 13, 2019

County school boards wield the most power over the future of charter schools

State Board of Education set to consider proposed policy that goes along new education reform law.

Tuesday November 12, 2019

New date set for Hardin trial

Judge to decide on bail request.

McCuskey announces bid for second and “final” term

State auditor admits he'd like to be governor one day.

Record low temperatures possible Tuesday night in Mountain State

Mid-to-low teen readings likely in most areas.

Monday November 11, 2019

PEIA next health insurance plan ready for public comment

Two weeks of public hearings begin Tuesday evening.

Hardin back in court Tuesday

Look for new trial date in sexual assault case of former Marshall student.

Federal EDA grants awarded to 8 WV economic development projects

Money goes toward reprioritizing efforts in rural communities.

Overdue Navy honor comes to veteran’s family

Hancock County veteran Joseph Guio helped save lives on a sinking ship.

Sunday November 10, 2019

Labor leader says square footage increase shows prevailing wage repeal hasn’t worked

State School Building Authority says many factors figure in to 20 percent allowable increase.

Saturday November 9, 2019

Man in custody after shooting at police; Kanawha deputies choose not to return fire

Pinch resident faces several criminal charges.

Supreme Court upholds disciplinary action against Beckley doctor

Dr. Omar Hasan disagrees with Board of Medicine decision.

Game day traffic impacted by I-79 wreck

Logging truck loses its load.

Friday November 8, 2019

State tries to intervene in federal fraud case over broadband expansion funds

AG Morrisey files motion to intervene.

Charges in deputies shooting headed to grand jury

Cabell County magistrate finds probable cause in Michael Pinkerman case.

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