Monday March 19, 2018

Charleston City Council delays vote on needle bill for 60 days

A measure to recriminalize needles used for illegal drugs was introduced on March 5.

Opioid federal funding will go toward treating addicts immediately

West Virginia is one of three states to receive $333,000.

Judge to decide if treetop protest is where pipeline has access rights

Hearing in Monroe County set for 10:30 a.m. Tuesday.

More winter weather conditions coming this week

Rain, snow, ice all in the forecast.

For or against? 2 proposed Constitutional amendments will be on West Virginia general election ballots

The proposals deal with abortion rights and oversight for judicial spending.

Soon-to-be law will overhaul corrections system in West Virginia

Leaders say the changes HB 4338 will create are long overdue and much needed.

Marshall officials welcome increased attention after ‘incredible run’ for Herd in NCAA Tournament

"Anything that puts Marshall out there," said Dr. Tammy Johnson, executive director of admissions, "is a good thing for us."

Former Harrison County Sheriff’s Deputy pleads no contest in road rage incident

By pleading no contest, Sothen waived his right to an appeal.

Frontier vandalism impacts thousands of customers

Unknown if vandalism is connected to strike.

First group of general obligation road bonds to go on sale in May

The bonds are part of the "Roads to Prosperity" amendment, which voters passed in October.

Sunday March 18, 2018

Paine wants to meet with students about school safety

Paine said he has been thinking about the idea since last month's shooting at a high school in Parkland, Florida.

Back to the Sweet 16: Mountaineers maul Marshall

Behind a dominant rebounding performance and Jevon Carter’s 28 points, West Virginia overwhelming the Herd 94-71 on Sunday in the second round of the NCAA tournament.

Minden residents share frustrations, heartache at weekend public hearings

“This community is going to be extinct," said one Minden resident.

Burton urging ‘open minds’ on PEIA Task Force

BrickStreet CEO says a lot of moving parts to potential fix.

1 killed in Mason County vehicle wreck

The wreck was reported on Saturday morning.

Trial of former Harrison County sheriff’s deputy scheduled to begin Monday

William Sothen, 63, of Salem, faces a misdemeanor battery charge

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