MetroNews Staff

Friday November 17, 2017

Defenses look staunch as Marshall visits UTSA

The Herd (7-3, 4-2) no longer have a chance to reach the league title game, while UTSA (5-4, 2-4) is coming off a 24-19 loss to UAB and trying to become bowl-eligible.

Thursday November 16, 2017

Denmark company presents plans for Ranson plant ahead of construction

Representatives from the company presented information during a Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce meeting Thursday.

SUV crash involving motorized wheelchair claims life in Huntington

Huntington Police said a city man was the victim.

Wanted Charleston man back in custody

Charleston Police said Andre "A3" Williamson took off from home confinement on Wednesday night and was back in custody by Thursday morning.

PEIA hosts final hearing regarding benefit changes in Charleston

Around 80 people attended a public hearing Wednesday at the University of Charleston to criticize proposed changes to health insurance benefits.

Wednesday November 15, 2017

Three Guys Before The Game: Texas Edition

It's a senior day special edition of the show as the Mountaineers close the home schedule against Texas.

Justice appoints acting Labor commissioner to lead division

Justice said Mitch Woodrum will succeed former commissioner David Mullins, who resigned in August.

Senate votes to confirm Trump pick to lead MSHA

Senators voted 52-46 to confirm David Zatezalo, of Wheeling, as assistant secretary of labor for mine safety and health in the Department of Labor.

Photo gallery: West Virginia 98, American 64

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Images from No. 24 West Virginia’s 98-64 blowout win over American on Wednesday night.

Capito chairs committee on lifting certain emission regulations

The Senate Clean Air and Nuclear Safety Subcommittee held a hearing on legislation that would lift emission regulations on issues including residential heaters and the motorsports industry.

West Virginia women top 100 points in second straight blowout

Behind double-doubles from Teana Muldrow and Naomi Davenport, No. 12 West Virginia dominated Sacramento State 101-47 in women’s basketball action Tuesday night.

Tuesday November 14, 2017

Huntington police arrest woman in connection to husband’s death

Jennifer Lynn Via faces murder charges following the Nov. 4 death of Thomas Via.

Parkways Authority looking to start sponsorship program for Turnpike

The 88-mile section goes from Charleston to the Route 460 Interchange at Milepost 9 near Princeton.

Upper Kanawha Valley YMCA accepts grant for Montgomery facility

According to a statement, the $275,000 ARC grant will go toward hiring o necessary staff as well as making enhancements.

Marshall remembers

Annual Fountain Ceremony held on plane crash anniversary.

Farmers encouraged to participate in FSA elections

Deadline for balloting in county committee elections is December 4th

Monday November 13, 2017

Sentence of Cabell County couple remains unchanged after hearing

A jury found Mariya Jones and Aaron Miles guilty in September of second-degree murder and murder of a child by a parent, guardian and custodian.

Cause of fatal fire undetermined

Investigators don't know if smoke alarms were working.

Pittsburgh fugitive arrested in Bridgeport

Jason Millward was wanted in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in connection to failing to appear in court three weeks ago.

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