Day: July 17, 2014 Archives

ThursdayJuly 17, 2014

Police: man killed Charleston woman because she was police informant

Marlon "Ice" Dixon allegedly shot a woman last Saturday.

Sunrises and deep fishing

The weather takes a turn for the better, but the fish moved deeper. However, they're still biting and you can't beat the scenery.

Proposed banned animals list will be revised

Officials said new list will be more "user-friendly".

Man killed in Berkeley County house fire identified

The blaze happened last Saturday night.

Cornhole gets competitive!

The best in the world are in Charleston vying for the title King of Cornhole.

Tomblin names Juvenile Justice Task Force members

Charleston police chief looking forward to challenge.

Three dead in Logan County crash

State Police are investigating.

The Stampede with Dave Wilson, July 17th

Dave discusses Doc Holliday's contract extension, the C-USA Preseason Poll and preseason awards and watch lists.

As expected, Mountaineers picked near bottom of the Big 12

Allan Taylor compares his ballot to the Big 12 media poll released Thursday.

DEP secretary: New law will address problems CSB found at Freedom

The U.S. Chemical Safety Board found corrosion was to blame for the Jan. 9 chemical spill.

Cool morning; record low temperature in Wheeling

50-degree reading shatters previous record.

Prosecutors: Smallwood’s extradition slated for Thursday

The West Virginia running back faces witness tampering charge stemming from a 2012 homicide in his hometown of Wilmington, Del.

The ‘wounded spirits’ of the Arab-Israeli conflict

Author David Shipler, who won a Pulitzer Prize for his book Arab and Jew: Wounded Spirits in a Promised Land, said, “Jerusalem is a festival and a lamentation. Its song is a sigh across the ages, a delicate robust, mournful psalm at the great junction of spiritual cultures.” Thus is the blessing and the curse