Day: July 9, 2014 Archives

WednesdayJuly 9, 2014

Judge denies request to lower bail in child death case

Bail remains at half-million dollars for Jeremy Smith.

Rockefeller: NCAA says one thing does another

Senator chairs hearing on big-time college sports.

National Weather Service confirms EF-1 tornado during Tuesday’s storms

Meteorologist Brad Rehak said while the tornado near Smithtown was small, it still did some damage

Deep sink hole stalls Charleston traffic

Deep and wide hole could be expensive fix.

Pleas begin in alleged Logan County kickback scheme

In all, ten plea hearings will be held.

Facelift coming to Holly Grove mansion

Capitol Building Commission approves renovation plan.

Vantrease granted parole in connection with 2009 Morgantown fight

Delaware man served 4 years for kicking Ryan Diviney.

Ongoing road projects in West Virginia may have to wait on federal funding

The Highway Trust Fund is on track to run out of money for current contracts next month.

Power companies working to add up storm damage

First Energy: It could be the weekend before power is fully restored in some areas following Tuesday's storms.

State Police hope for support in cruiser contest

West Virginia State Police hope Facebook users will give them a "like" in national Best Looking Cruiser Contest

Wood County cleaning up after heavy storms

OES director says trees and power lines down.

Wheeling Park looks to build off of 2013 semifinal run

Wheeling Park football coach Chris Daugherty looks at his group back for the 2014 season.

Mirabal thinks o-line is one of the best in the country

Offensive line coach Alex Mirabal says he wouldn't trade his group for anyone.

Historic shift in WV Democratic Party registration

West Virginia politics have been dominated by the Democratic Party for as long as anyone can remember. Democrats have controlled both chambers of the Legislature since 1930. In the 1932 election, West Virginia was one of 42 states that propelled Democrat Franklin Roosevelt to a landslide victory over Republican Herbert Hoover. What followed were decades

Huggins pledges tighter defense, more athleticism next season

After West Virginia sank to the bottom of the Big 12, coach says he'll return to making players accountable on defense.