Shauna Johnson

Today October 20, 2014

Social media being used to identify those who did damage on Morgantown’s streets

WVU is promising to move quickly to expel any students involved in the riots that followed the Baylor win.

Ebola preps continue in West Virginia; No new cases have been diagnosed in U.S.

Officials at WVU Hospitals said, if anything, they've overprepared.

Friday October 17, 2014

Rahall: CDC has “bungled” Ebola response

A former chief of staff for Vice President Joe Biden will lead the federal response.

Thursday October 16, 2014

State official on Ebola: “Our job is to protect the public’s health”

No cases of Ebola have been reported in West Virginia.

Wednesday October 15, 2014

New program aimed at keeping more at-risk kids at home

It's called Safe at Home West Virginia.

Jenkins says Cabell and Wayne counties are key to 3rd District win

The Republican candidate is confident he has the support he needs in the areas he's represented at the State House for more than 12 years.

Tuesday October 14, 2014

Panel: Kanawha County prosecuting attorney should be removed from office

The Kanawha County Commission will meet Wednesday morning to determine the county's next steps.

Longtime House Sergeant-at-Arms dies

The Marion County man held the role for more than 40 years.

More than 47,000 storage tanks registered so far

The registration deadline was Oct. 1.

Monday October 13, 2014

Former student charged with making threats against Musselman High School

The threats aimed at the Berkeley County school were made via Twitter.

West Virginia SAT scores show improvement

On average, the state's students did better than their fellow students nationally.

Sunday October 12, 2014

Two West Virginia firefighters added to National Fallen Firefighters Memorial

A ceremony was held Sunday in Emmitsburg, Md. to mark National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Day.

Friday October 10, 2014

Law change called “a step toward equality”

The start of same-sex marriage in West Virginia sparks renewed calls for law protections against discrimination in areas of employment and housing.

Thursday October 9, 2014

First marriage licenses issued to same-sex couples in West Virginia

Those applying said they had waited long enough.

Teacher of Year inspired to teach in Jazzercise class

Gail Adams, an English teacher at Wheeling Park High School, says she loves words.

Wednesday October 8, 2014

Same-sex marriage opponent says such unions are ‘inevitable’ in West Virginia

The president of the Family Policy Council of West Virginia says an amendment to the U.S. Constitution could change that.

Tuesday October 7, 2014

Judge lifts stay on case challenging state’s same-sex marriage ban; no final ruling yet

Lambda Legal attorney predicts same-sex couples will soon be getting married in West Virginia.

2014 U.S. Senate Debate

MetroNews will provide coverage of the debate between Congresswoman Shelley Moore Capito and Secretary of State Natalie Tennant on the air and online.

Monday October 6, 2014

Gee on Shankar case: “The ball was dropped”

West Virginia University officials have completed a review of how the doctor was hired despite a largely made up resume.

Friday September 26, 2014

ACA dominates annual meeting for West Virginia Hospital Association

The Greenbrier Resort was the host site for the event.

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