Day: July 28, 2014 Archives

MondayJuly 28, 2014

Holliday ready for lofty 2014 expectations

WATCH: Doc Holliday addressed the media for the first time on Monday.

NWS confirms tornado during Sunday’s storms

Preliminary reports indicate the EF-1 traveled four miles from Pleasants County to Ritchie County

Former Huntington HUD manager sentenced for embezzlement

She took $150,000 during a four year period.

White feels he let down team in 2013, aims for bigger impact this fall

Senior receiver says he has better grasp of positional nuances and expectations for helping the Air Raid offense relaunch.

Tunnel drill came at the right time

Crews practice just a month before the real thing.

Four charged in Harrison County arson scheme

It is alleged the four, including a recaptured fugitive, conspired to burn a home for insurance money

Harman students may have to begin school year in Elkins

Emergency funding sought for repairs.

Corridor H Authority calls on Congress for transportation funding

Authority sends resolution that calls for a 6-year plan.

All sides to weigh-in on Clean Power Plan

EPA going on location 4 times this week.

Tennant turns out lights to White House in new Senate campaign ad

Capito campaign points out Tennant's past support of President Barack Obama who now lives at the White House.

Huntington apartment fire does not look suspicious

Fire chief says it took a lot of manpower to get the blaze under control.

Takeover for Dirty Girl

Human Movement says it will be responsible for future events.

Rouse ready to finish rebuilding

James Rouse has battled injuries and wants to lead Marshall back to a championship.

DHHR pushing patients to seek primary care

New PSA aimed at getting the word out.

After 2 weekend commitments, Mountaineers’ 2015 class ranked 26th

WVU nets weekend commitments from Martinsburg safety Deamonte Lindsay and offensive guard Jah'shaun Seider of Glades Central, Fla.

Huntington Mayor promises “unmitigated hell” on drug dealers

Williams calls for 10 new police officers to help put a stop to the drug trade.

Manchin v. Manchin

F. Scott Fitzgerald said, “Family quarrels are bitter things. They don’t go according to any rules.” Who among us has not been involved in a family dispute?   The source can be something as small as a perceived slight or as big as a physical confrontation. They can last just a few minutes or they can

Industry lobbyist to EPA: Pull the proposed clean power rule

Hal Quinn with the National Mining Association says its effects will be too harmful to the economy.