Day: July 21, 2014 Archives

MondayJuly 21, 2014

Kingsbury seeking consistency in Year 2

DALLAS, Texas — Kliff Kingsbury oversaw a meteoric rise and a precipitous fall during his first season at Texas Tech, before a 37-23 Holiday Bowl upset of Arizona State left a positive spin on an 8-5 campaign. His offseason has been topsy-turvy as well. Amid an amazing run on season tickets, there was a revoked

Final decision expected Tuesday on Dirty Girl Mud Run in Charleston

City caught in the middle of financial dispute between owners and producers of popular event.

Kansas standouts recall the day the streak ended

Slumpbusting win over West Virginia remains highlight for linebacker Ben Heeney and tight end Jimmay Mundine.

Two-vehicle accident results in fatality in Randolph County

Betty Ramsey passed away after suffering chest trauma in the accident

Boone firefighters charged by fire marshal

Training paperwork allegedly forged.

Gilmer County commissioner arrested, charged with DUI

Commissioner Brian Kennedy's BAC was at 0.089 after caught driving erratically on Saturday

Pain clinic’s patients may need tested

DHHR says syringes were reused.

Charleston’s mayor says fee hikes are needed

He said the city cannot keep up with rising pension costs.

Breakfast with Bowlsby yields whispers of worry

As court dramas continue, the Big 12 commissioner doesn't like where college sports is heading.

Man used hammer in murder of 90-year-old man

Anthony Caldwell faces life in prison.

4 state inmates injured in Nicholas County traffic accident

Inmate van involved in head-on collision.

Permit applications for limited bear hunting available

Several counties have bear hunting during the buck firearms season by drawn permit only.

Taylor prosecutor calls on Legislature to revisit law dealing with prison sentences for juveniles

John Bord said, as it stands now, those convicted as juveniles are eligible for parole in 15 years -- no matter what.

Former police officer sentenced to 4-16 years in prison

Charles Roscoe Henning III was arrested in March 2013 for confiscating hydrocodone for himself while working as a Shinnston police officer

Quarterback Grier leads junior-laden, talented South Charleston

South Charleston football coach Donnie Mays and Black Eagles' QB Kentre Grier look ahead to the 2014 season.

West Virginia victims in New York plane crash

Three killed in Saturday crash.

State worker pay raises coming this month

Most will see $504 spread out over the next year.

Mylan’s overseas move

Mylan Pharmaceuticals has come a long way since Army buddies Mike Puskar and Don Panoz started selling drugs to doctors out of an old Pontiac 50 years ago.  Today Mylan is a world leader in generic drugs with sales in 140 countries and territories. The company moved its corporate headquarters from Morgantown, West Virginia to

Corridor H continues to wind its way to completion.

The project will be 75 percent complete by the first of the year.

nTelos preparing for another step with 4G LTE service

The company is among the many wireless providers working to expand 4G options in West Virginia.