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Thursday August 1, 2019

Friday is departure day at World Scout Jamboree

As many as 800 buses filled with participants could roll off the Fayette County site during 14 hours on Friday.

Wednesday July 31, 2019

Lincoln County 911 officials are the latest to question Frontier service with PSC

A complaint has been filed in connection with a 911 outage in Lincoln County and Mason County on July 17, 2019.

Tuesday July 30, 2019

Wood County soldier returns home

A Friday funeral service was planned for Sgt. William "Billy" Friese, 30, who died earlier this month while serving with the West Virginia Army National Guard in Kuwait.

Glenville State interim president settles in ahead of start of fall semester

Dr. Kathleen Nelson's term runs through June 30, 2020.

Monday July 29, 2019

Mylan chair calls merger with Upjohn, a Pfizer division, ‘truly transformational’

The agreement announced Monday could close by the middle of 2020.

Sunday July 28, 2019

Ellington ready for new role heading House education committee

Mercer County doctor says he wants to do his part to help.

Thursday July 25, 2019

Cline helicopter crash investigation moves into next phase

A preliminary report from the National Transportation Safety Board of the crash that killed seven people on July 4th in the Bahamas was released this week.

Tuesday July 23, 2019

‘Our faith does not depend on one individual,’ new bishop tells West Virginia Catholics

Bishop Mark Brennan will be formally installed in August as the replacement for former Bishop Michael Bransfield who resigned from the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston amid scandal.

Friday July 19, 2019

Huntington Mayor Steve Williams plans to run for another term

"I still have a lot of work to finish," Mayor Steve Williams told MetroNews after returning from his first round of training as part of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative.

Wednesday July 17, 2019

Secretary of State: ‘We’re all vulnerable’ to cyberattacks

West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner was talking about preventative steps during a Wednesday stop in Harrison County.

Tuesday July 16, 2019

Troopers warn of scam involving demands made in email

Troopers concerned how elderly may handle threats.

Monday July 15, 2019

U.S. Interior Secretary visits Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Secretary David Bernhardt toured the under-construction headquarters and visitor center site in Davis on Monday with U.S. Senator Joe Manchin and U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito.

Friday July 12, 2019

High water cleanup underway in Follansbee, other parts of West Virginia after latest round of flash flooding

In some communities, more than two inches of rain fell Thursday in a short period of time.

Thursday July 11, 2019

Jackson superintendent argues in Washington for continued federal E-Rate funding

The funding could be affected if the Federal Communications Commission finalizes a cap on the Universal Service Fund later this year.

Wednesday July 10, 2019

Rates increase for court-appointed counsel in West Virginia

The increases were the first in 30 years, according to Public Defender Services.

Tuesday July 9, 2019

‘Outpouring of support’ reported in Harman where flood recovery continues

Flash flooding tore through the Randolph County town at the end of June.

Monday July 8, 2019

Reconstruction of Cline helicopter underway in Florida after deadly Bahamas crash

An investigator provided an update on Monday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Friday July 5, 2019

Remembering Chris Cline

Those who knew the West Virginia native, billionaire coal executive and philanthropist who was killed with six other people, including one of his daughters, in a helicopter crash in the Bahamas talked about his life on MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Wednesday July 3, 2019

Seneca Rocks Discovery Center reopens after flash flooding

Additional storms are possible during the Independence Day Holiday Weekend.

Tuesday July 2, 2019

Road, home damage being evaluated in Aurora after flash flooding

The National Weather Service estimated the Preston County town saw at least 4 inches of rain during storms from Saturday night into Sunday morning.

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