Day: July 22, 2014 Archives

TuesdayJuly 22, 2014

Theatre West Virginia back from brink for summer season

Performances of 'Hatfields & McCoys' continue through Aug. 2 in Grandview.

Tennessee-West Virginia finalize 2018 season opener in Charlotte

Neutral-site matchup will be the Mountaineers' fifth in seven seasons.

GOP chair confident two Republican House candidates will stay on ballot

Officials with the state Democratic Party are asking that Melissa Lewis and Suzette Raines be removed because of alleged election law violations.

Former teacher pleads guilty to abusing students

Jonathan Kirk could spend up to 40 years in prison for his crimes.

West Virginia kids are better off today than 25 years ago

Kids Count shows where WV has improved and areas that still need help.

Blair dazzles in AA debut

Former Herd ace Aaron Blair struckout nine in 6 2/3 scoreless innings Monday night.

Gundy, Holgorsen face thorny decisions with arrested running backs

While Devon Thomas is in peril at at Oklahoma State, Wendell Smallwood's career is in jeopardy at WVU.

Momentum building in Grafton for “Turn This Town Around” project

Word is spreading about the opportunity to revitalize the town and residents are responding

Prosecutor fuming over parole option for juvenile killers

It’s not unusual for the West Virginia Legislature to pass a law that has unintended consequences.  In fairness to lawmakers, it’s difficult to foresee the universal impact of their actions. Earlier this year the Legislature overwhelmingly approved HB 4210 and Governor Tomblin signed the bill into law. The purpose, lawmakers believed, was to bring the