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Wednesday August 15, 2018

Marshall feeling loss of the likable Oliver

President Jerome Gilbert considered the Young Thundering Herd quarterback a great friend.

Century-old quilt stolen from the Mannington Fair

The quilt was taken between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

Speaker Armstead is among candidates for temporary appointment to Supreme Court

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — House Speaker Tim Armstead is among the names listed as possibilities to temporarily fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by Menis Ketchum. The...

Clay County football field cleared for play

Patch work to repair flood damage will keep the field playable for 2018, but school officials say major renovations are in the works after the season.

Beckley mayor addresses recent crime concerning residents

"It bothers me," said Beckley Mayor Rob Rappold.

Jenkins will run for Davis seat

Congressman says confidence needs to be restored in High Court.

Bone fragments unearthed at Fayette County construction site

Police say the process to investigate the bones is "usually not a quick one".

Tuesday August 14, 2018

Unemployment rate rises to 5.4 percent in July

The national unemployment rate declined in July to 3.9 percent.

Crews treat for mold at 11 Kanawha County schools

Kanawha County Schools officials said Tuesday they are confident classrooms will be ready by the start of the academic year next week.

Sale of road bonds closes successfully

The bonds will finance road work in southern West Virginia.

Marshall legend Reggie Oliver dead at 66

Oliver is best known for throwing the winning touchdown pass in the Sept. 25, 1971 game against Xavier.

DEA conducts raids in Morgantown area

DEA and other enforcement agencies raided a Morgantown home and two area pharmacies

More candidates lining up to run for open Supreme Court seats

Two seats have now opened with the sudden retirements of justices Menis Ketchum and Robin Davis.

‘Support’ exists on council for removing Brazaitis as deputy mayor

"I think the best scenario would be if that happened voluntarily, but I believe that there is support on council to move that he does step down if he doesn't do it voluntarily."

Loughry hit with 2 more federal charges

Second superseding indictment alleges wire fraud by suspended Supreme Court justice.

Justices Workman, Walker say they have no plans to resign

Her statement came out several hours after the retirement announcement of fellow Justice Robin Davis.

Carmichael anticipates impeachment trials to begin in mid-September

Senate back in session next Monday to discuss proposed rules.

Justice Davis announces retirement from state Supreme Court, amid impeachment

All remaining justices of High Court named in Articles of Impeachment.

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