MetroNews Staff

Saturday February 25, 2017

WVU Medicine announces patient information breach

Free monitoring being offered for a year.

Friday February 24, 2017

Myers stiffens until West Virginia’s offense awakens

The Mountaineers scored five two-out runs in the seventh to edge George Mason 5-3 in Myrtle Beach, S.C.

CSX begins involuntary separation program

More than 1,000 positions to be eliminated.

Child dies in UTV rollover accident

Ten year old boy killed when machine rolled on top of him in Mercer County

Thursday February 23, 2017

Woman dies in Nicholas County fire

State Fire Marshal's Office is investigating.

Wednesday February 22, 2017

Martin/Muldrow combo carries WVU women past TCU

Tynice Martin and Teana Muldrow combined for 50 points and 22 rebounds in a 77-73 win over the Frogs on Wednesday night at the WVU Coliseum.

Officer-involved shooting in Princeton

Happened in Hardee's parking lot Wednesday afternoon.

Higher ed personnel bill clears committee

CHARLESTON, W. Va. — The House Education Committee has passed and sent to the floor legislation designed to streamline personnel decisions by state colleges and...

Names released in Romney shooting

No charges have been filed.

AEP ready to move ahead with transmission line

Company will now begin right-of-way negotiations with landowners. Project will significantly improve electric service in local region.

Tuesday February 21, 2017

One person wounded in Romney shooting

The shooting happened around 2:15 p.m. at the Sheetz on East Main Street.

Wayne man charged with murder

Man accused in shooting death says the two had been arguing since Sunday.

Three dead after two fires in Mercer County

Investigations underway into the cause of unrelated house fires over two days.

Justice takes his agenda straight to the people of W.Va.

Governor using non-traditional means of touting his legislative agenda, by going straight to constituents instead of lawmakers.

Monday February 20, 2017

Listen: High School Basketball Roundup – Week 7

A 30 minute feature of high school basketball around the state with Fred Persinger.

Senator says tax reform could put W.Va. in an enviable position

Supporters say states with no income tax perform better than neighbors, even when they have a higher sales tax.

Groundhog couldn’t have been more wrong

Snowfall not out of the question--but forecasters say the outlook is for mild temperatures for the foreseeable future

Bill to shine light on political fundraisers during session up for passage

Bill would require near immediate disclosure if a lawmaker stages a fundraiser while session is in progress

Richwood mayor keeps up anti-consolidation fight

RICHWOOD, W.Va. — Mayor Bob Henry Baber says Richwood has been all but broken by the June floods. He says adding the threat of consolidation to the...

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