Day: July 10, 2014 Archives

ThursdayJuly 10, 2014

New Mingo County Circuit Court Judge sworn-in

Judge Miki Thompson takes the position after Michael Thornsbury resigned and pleaded guilty to federal charges.

Gee talks WVU in DC

University president meets with alums in nation's capital.

Sinkhole repair work continues

Charleston Sewer Board not totally sure what caused problem.

234 pot plants seized in Harrison County bust

The SCAD unit also seized eight firearms, weighing scales and other items associated with marijuana cultivation.

Clay man killed after wild ride through Charleston

Man identified after Thursday crashes.

MCHM may be more toxic than first thought

January water crisis explained to health experts at Atlanta conference.

Monsanto settlement claims office opens in Nitro

Attorneys hoping for good response.

Tomblin makes Development Office appointment

Kris Hopkins to head B&I section.

Second guilty plea entered in Logan County kickback scheme

A Holden man said he paid an estimated $400,000 to secure work for his company at Arch Coal's Mountain Laurel Mining Complex.

The Stampede with Dave Wilson

Dave talks with MU AD Mike Hamrick about facilities, fans and the future of Marshall athletics.

Oklahoma House member: Social Security disability is not unemployment

Rep. Jim Lankford (OK-5) was a guest on Thursday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Power problems persist

Mon Power and Potomac Edison officials now estimate it will be the weekend before service is restored throughout northern West Virginia.

Desperate people flee as politicians posture

The political maneuvering surrounding the border crisis feels like a high stakes game of Texas Hold’em.  Republicans and Democrats, including the President, are cautiously playing their cards; placing their bets then waiting to see who raises. Texas Governor Rick Perry declines to meet President Obama on the airport tarmac when he arrives for brief visit.