Yesterday October 4, 2015

Jury selection in Blankenship trial resumes Monday morning

Lead counsel preparing for opening statements.

Job fair expected to attract many in Martinsburg

Nearly 60 companies, including Proctor and Gamble, will be looking for help

Patriot Coal seeks approval of bid from federal bankruptcy judge

Blackhawk Mining submitted the winning bid last month that would allow Patriot to sell most of its assets to them.

WVU holds open house for prospective WVU Tech students

Thousands toured the Beckley campus Saturday.

Saturday October 3, 2015

Column: O-for-Oklahoma pains seniors

Fourth straight loss in series highlights that Mountaineers' defense hasn't stabilized as much nonconference stats indicated.

Defense shines in rainy win over ODU

The Herd's defense dominated ODU leading the way to the Herd's first C-USA victory of the year.

Holgorsen absorbs blame for ‘forcing’ plays downfield

WVU suffered seven sacks and five turnovers and lost 44-24 in a one-sided shootout.

Experienced defense springs big leaks in Big 12 opener

Oklahoma produced big plays leading to four touchdown drives of five plays or less.

Mardi Gras workers vote again to strike; federal mediation scheduled

Latest insurance offer rejected by members of USW.

Photo gallery: No. 23 West Virginia loses to No. 15 Oklahoma, 44-24

NORMAN, Okla. — Photos from West Virginia’s 44-24 loss to the Sooners at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.

Live blog: Sooners finish off WVU 44-24

Allan Taylor's updates from No. 23 West Virginia's loss at No. 15 Oklahoma.

Friday October 2, 2015

Bill Clinton’s address touches on gun checks, coal’s demise

Former president covers a variety of topics at state Democratic Party's biggest fundraiser.

W.Va. native among dead in Afghanistan crash

Friends remember Marshall County native as one who would always make you smile.

State police make 2 arrests from August murder in Monroe County

Virginia man, Monroe County woman in custody.

Jobs portal open; brisk interest in Procter & Gamble jobs

Most early applicants from Martinsburg area.

Jones says Charleston arrest ‘wasn’t lawful’ for man charged with trespassing with dog

Bradford Sims, 44, was arrested Thursday night for walking his dog near Rod, Run and Doo Wop car show.

Morgantown UMWA rally first of several scheduled nationwide

More than 1,500 miners, some with their spouses, attended the rally.

Sometimes headache-causing I-64 work project enters final phase

DOH hopes work is done by Thanksgiving travel time.

Breast cancer awareness event to focus on African American community

The event will be held in Charleston Sunday.

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