MetroNews Staff

Monday June 18, 2018

With lawsuit pending, Morgantown eyes $5 million forest buy

Mayor and majority of council members favor the controversial purchase of 40-acre Haymaker Forest.

Sunday June 17, 2018

Paine speaks about first meeting of student safety council

Seventeen students participated in the first meeting of the Superintendent's Student Advisory Council on May 3.

Native West Virginian to serve as American Medical Association president

Patrice Harris will serve until June 2019 as the President Elect of the AMA where she will then be inaugurated as president.

Saturday June 16, 2018

Stuart: Additional arrest made in Operation Saigon Sunset

Terrell Ledez Redd called a major target.

Jackson County authorities investigate officer involved shooting

Suspect shot by a member of the Ravenswood PD Friday evening

Friday June 15, 2018

Cadets graduate from National Guard’s Mountaineer ChalleNGe Academy

Thirty-eight counties were represented in the academy.

‘Run for Your Life’ dedicated to Chris Stadelman

Former Governor Earl Ray Tomblin's chief of staff lost his battle to colorectal cancer last month and was the honorary chairman for the race in 2015.

Bond company owner, employee plead guilty to tax charges

The charges come after Ohio County Magistrate Harry Radcliffe III was indicted for soliciting and accepting bribes from W&S Bail Bonding.

Thursday June 14, 2018

Residents say man was shooting assault rifle near apartment complex

No injuries were reported.

Woman killed in Huntington shooting

Third shooting death this week.

Arrest made after Morgantown pursuit

Clarksburg man crashed vehicle into headstone.

Wednesday June 13, 2018

Stuart announces support of DOJ effort to protect religious people, groups

The "Place to Worship Initiative" will involve working with U.S. attorneys to educate municipal officials and religious organizations about federal law.

Mexican restaurant owners ordered to pay back wages

The order involves four Las Trancas restaurants and a Plaza Maya establishment in West Virginia and a Las Trancas establishment in Ohio.

Warner: US Supreme Court made right decision on Ohio voter law

The Supreme Court ruled Monday in favor of the state law aimed at removing voters off the active list.

Climate change discussed at Charleston forum

Conversations on Climate Change sponsored by law firm.

Human remains discovered in Kanawha County

Team was searching for missing person when discovery made.

State unemployment rate remains at 5.4 percent

May marked the eighth month in a row the rate has been at 5.4 percent.

Tuesday June 12, 2018

31 people — including 23 West Virginians — indicted for drug operation

The juries handed down the rulings on April 3 and June 5 in connection with the scheme in Wetzel and Tyler counties.

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