MetroNews Staff

Today July 30, 2015

Sheetz “evaluating potential WV based partners” to supply pepperoni rolls

The company released a Thursday statement as meetings were scheduled with bakery owners regarding distribution methods.

Women-to-Work program struggling with funding

For 15 years, women in Morgantown, Martinsburg and Charleston have participated in WV Women Work.

Name released in Marion County fatal crash

Accident happened Wednesday afternoon.

Yesterday July 29, 2015

Wetzel County Schools to provide free meals for upcoming school year

School board decides to implement federal provision allowing for free breakfast and lunch.

Manchin and Capito announce FEMA security funding

Funds to boost terrorism prevention and emergency preparedness.

Arrest made in Weirton man’s death

Man taken into custody Wednesday.

Tuesday July 28, 2015

Prescription drug ‘take-back’ days reinstated

Manchin and Capito key in bringing back drug disposal initiative.

Bluefield man charged in murder of North Carolina clerk

Police say man fatally shot clerk and stole his Lexus SUV.

Monday July 27, 2015

Police investigate Wheeling robbery

Officers say person was robbed trying to make a deposit.

WVU Tech and WVU Beckley appoint new provost

Dr. Nigel Clark, currently the chair of engineering at WVU, to take over provost position.

Brooke County jury shows convicted killer no mercy

Jury recommends life in prison with no parole eligibility.

Israeli company drops Mylan buyout proposal

Teva will reportedly buy a Dublin pharmaceutical company.

Missing Elkins boy found safe

Hayden Shifflett was found safe Monday morning

Parkersburg police search for suspect in weekend murder

48-year-old man found dead in residence.

Authorities investigating multiple robberies in Fayette County

A robbery was reported Sunday night in Lavista, while a robbery in Mount Hope was reported early Monday morning

Sunday July 26, 2015

Pedestrian killed in Greenbrier County

Deputies: Victim stepped into road in Renick.

Berkeley wreck kills 2; woman charged with DUI causing death

The wreck happened in the early morning hours Saturday.

Two sought in Mercer County school break in

Electronic equipment was taken early Saturday.

Jefferson County seeing success with Feed to Achieve program

Sen. John Unger says program provides meals, relationships and activities for youth and senior citizens.

Camden Clark Medical Center in early stage of renovations

Emergency department will benefit from $20 million project.

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