Bill Crouch, Secretary of the State Department of Health and Human Resources, said maintaining Hopemont Hospital is costly, and the DHHR is not the best agency to keep it in operation.
West Virginia University President Gordon Gee, while delivering the State of the University address, was adamant there is no room for complacency even as budgets dwindle, employee hiring policies are certain to change and national politics spark upheaval.
Fairmont police release the names of the men killed in a March 19 shooting.
Two men were found dead in a Fairmont apartment Sunday evening.
The victim reported three white men had kicked his apartment door open and held him at gunpoint while they robbed the residence.
A maximum sentence was suspended in the fatal drunk driving case in Morgantown that killed a Charleston native.
Carli Sears died after she was struck by a truck driven by Alex Hambrick.
A North Elementary School student will represent WV in a Google contest.
This month, WVU announced a new $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation for WVUTeach.
The ordinance, passed in a four to three vote Tuesday, Feb. 21, was adopted despite an attempt to at least amend the proposal’s effective date.
WV State Police have notified Pennsylvania authorities to be on the lookout for the driver and vehicle they pursued through Harrison, Marion and Monongalia Counties.
Morgantown council is considering prohibiting anyone except police and retire police from carrying a weapon inside municipal buildings.
West Virginia's congressional delegation, coal miners on hand for signing.
A proposed timeline for razing the building and new construction has not been released.
Consistent donors help pave way for expansion.
Glen Kelly, who had acted as interim city manager since August 12, will move closer to his Wood County home.
Parents in the neighborhood where the state's thirteenth Youth Reporting Center will open are less than thrilled.
Interviews are scheduled on campus beginning Feb. 13.
On Feb. 7, 1867, Governor Arthur I. Boreman signed a bill to create the Agriculture College of West Virginia.
"We ought to allow those ideas to flourish on a university campus. And, any time that anyone wants to protest an idea, as long as it's done peacefully and civilly, I'm fine," said Gordon Gee