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Thursday February 23, 2017

Morgantown second grade girl represents state in Google doodle contest

A North Elementary School student will represent WV in a Google contest.

WVUTeach receives more funding to train math and science teachers

This month, WVU announced a new $1.2 million grant from the National Science Foundation for WVUTeach.

Tuesday February 21, 2017

Morgantown council adopts gun ban ordinance

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.

Stolen vehicle report leads to high speed chase through three counties

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 set for final vote on gun ordinance

Morgantown council is considering prohibiting anyone except police and retire police from carrying a weapon inside municipal buildings.

Thursday February 16, 2017

Trump eliminates Stream Protection Rule

West Virginia's congressional delegation, coal miners on hand for signing.

Friday February 10, 2017

Mountaineer Field House will be remembered for ‘glory days’ of basketball

A proposed timeline for razing the building and new construction has not been released.

Thursday February 9, 2017

Morgantown assistant city manager taking new job

Glen Kelly, who had acted as interim city manager since August 12, will move closer to his Wood County home.

Morgantown parents and school administrators at odds over youth center

Parents in the neighborhood where the state's thirteenth Youth Reporting Center will open are less than thrilled.

Tuesday February 7, 2017

Fairmont State names three presidential candidate finalists

Interviews are scheduled on campus beginning Feb. 13.

WVU celebrates 150 years of mountaineer history

On Feb. 7, 1867, Governor Arthur I. Boreman signed a bill to create the Agriculture College of West Virginia.

Monday February 6, 2017

WVU president on free speech: “Universities are places of ideas”

"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

Tuesday January 31, 2017

WVU forum, vigil include advice for international students in wake of developing immigration regulations

“If you don’t have to travel abroad, I encourage you to stay here," said an immigration attorney speaking at a forum at West Virginia University.

Monday January 30, 2017

WVU to foreign students and staff on campus: “Stay in place”

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Less than six months into a new position at West Virginia University, the Vice President for Global Strategies and International Affairs has...

Friday January 27, 2017

Arnold Hall will close, WVU creates dorms at public-private partnership

Board of Governors enters agreement to make space in University Place a residence hall.

Thursday January 26, 2017

Accreditation still up in air for West Virginia Business College

The Accrediting Council For Independent Colleges and Schools (ACICS) issued a December report that included findings of 48 serious concerns related to accreditation.

Marion County sex abuser convicted of multiple felonies

A young victim testified against the 47-year-old man who is accused of abusing her on multiple occasions.

Wednesday January 25, 2017

RESA directors defend services amid talks of funding cuts

They go as far as to say state organizations, aside from school districts, could financially benefit from using RESA services.

Tuesday January 24, 2017

New city manager ready to meet Morgantown residents and leaders

Brake has 2 decades of municipal leadership experience from large cities like San Antonio, Texas to the township he served the longest.

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