Day: July 30, 2014 Archives

WednesdayJuly 30, 2014

Investigators: Deadly Kanawha County fire may have started with lit cigarette

Two people were killed in the blaze on Wednesday afternoon.

Attorney General requests continued delay in case against state’s same-sex marriage ban

Two days after the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals decision on Virginia's ban, the office filed the motion

Camp questions: WVU opens preseason practice Thursday

Can Riddick be an every-down player? Will Smallwood be given the all-clear? Who will be the backup QB? Allan Taylor ponders a few points.

Frontier workers weary of contract talks

CWA members rally for support ahead of Saturday's contract expiration with Frontier.

Police raid house in ‘deplorable’ condition

Investigators say they found bed bugs and roaches.

Lewis County deputies release identity of man found in road

Police don't know how injuries occurred.

Transportation Trust Fund running on empty

U.S. Senate passes a bill to prop up the fund until December; deadline for trust fund is Friday.

Summit focusing on life-long education system

High school students involved in Morgantown meeting.

Pittsburgh becomes rally destination ahead of EPA public hearing

West Virginia coal miners and industry supporters have headed to Steel City.

NAPA Auto Parts Gold and Blue Now: Wednesday, July 30

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — In this edition of the NAPA Auto Parts Gold and Blue Now, Allan Taylor gives us the latest on Wendell Smallwood’s legal issues plus Greg Hunter and Travis Jones breakdown WVU’s future football schedules.

Tinsley takes over offense for Hurricane as Redskins replace 18 total starters

Hurricane heads into 2014 with a new offensive coordinator and overall 18 starters to replace.

Harman students will begin school year in different locations

The Randolph County Board of Education assured the hundreds in attendance it is a temporary fix

Tank law too expensive, restrictive for small oil and gas drillers

Dozens of natural gas and oil drillers in West Virginia say it’s impossible for them to comply with the new regulations approved after the Freedom Industries chemical spill last January. The Legislature, in response to the spill of thousands of gallons of MCHM that fouled the water supply for 300,000 West Virginians, passed SB 373,