Day: July 22, 2014 Archives

TuesdayJuly 22, 2014

Key piece of evidence leads to arrests in Wetzel County triple homicide

Investigators said DNA evidence found in suspect Natasha Burns' car lead to issuance of the arrest warrants

No need to ‘stache this guy from the media

Nick O'Toole fulfilled a punter's fantasy during the Big 12's preseason kickoff in Dallas.

Felony charges dismissed against Charleston attorney

Mark Bramble found to be not criminally responsible.

Midland’s Donahue and Nicholas County’s Mayes reflect on Top Gun camp

Cabell Midland rising junior defensive lineman Reese Donahue earns invite to U.S. Army National Combine in January.

Snyder recounts career climb when ‘I was not a very good football coach’

K-State's 74-year-old legend learned secret behind his success was to "be where you are."

Truck falls on top of Fayette County man

Investigators calling it an accidental death.

Dirty Girl Mud Run not happening

Contracts could not be fulfilled.

Ohio banned animal list to get a look Wednesday

It will now be the starting point for West Virginia's Dangerous Wild Animal list.

Multifest to be held in Charleston

The event celebrates cultural diversity with music, food, and art.

Man killed in remote part of Nicholas County

It took almost 12 hours for the passenger in his vehicle to get out to seek help.

Photo gallery: Canada fishing trip

Pictures from my recent Canadian fishing trip in northern Ontario.

Sign a mistake, but virus is close

Largemouth bass virus not detected upstream of Winfield Lock and Dam, but officials keep looking.

Senators consider changes to Black Lung requirements

Retired West Virginia coal miner testifies.

Penn St. & USC highlight non-confernence schedule

Marshall will welcome South Carolina and Penn State to the Henderson Center this season.

NPLEx will make a difference in the meth problem according to Louisiana officer

WV law enforcement gets a chance to find out how the system is being used in other states.

Holgorsen trumpets Trickett’s leadership: ‘People follow him’

Senior quarterback reportedly 100-percent healthy after offseason shoulder surgery.

House Minority Leader says judges and juries should decide parole question for juveniles

A new state law gives juveniles convicted of violent crimes the chance for parole after 15 years.

Free testing at health clinics for patients of Valley Pain Management

State epidemiologist explains how practice was discovered.