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Day: August 15, 2018 Archives

WednesdayAugust 15, 2018

Mercer County man charged for child’s death waives preliminary hearing

John Powers, 46, of Green Valley, faces charges of second-degree murder and child abuse resulting in death.

Boone County couple accused of embezzling funds from football league

Jeremy and Pamela Johnson face embezzlement and conspiracy charges.

One person dead in Kanawha County shooting

West Virginia State Police say Andre Leonard suffered from multiple gunshot wounds.

Facility leader in ‘Recovery Boys’ sees increased interest in addiction treatment

The documentary follows four men recovering from opioid addiction and the treatment they underwent at Jacob's Ladder in Aurora.

WVU Students hit the books as semester finally begins

After almost a week of fun Welcome Week activities, roughly 30,000 students settled in for the semester-long grind.

U.S. Marshals arrest Monongalia County woman on child pornography charges

The 26-year-old was allegedly involved in the production and distribution of child porn from November 2017 to January 2018

Congressman McKinley, German embassy agree: Trade tariffs mean uncertainty for Mountain State

Rep. David McKinley (R-W.Va.) held a roundtable Wednesday with representatives from the German Embassy, as well as local business community leaders.

Mon Commission rejects citizens-proposed levy

Our existing parks have needs."

After consecutive trips to state final, Maxwell steps down at Buckhannon-Upshur

Jeremy Maxwell has stepped down after four seasons as the BUHS girls basketball coach.

Marshall feeling loss of the likable Oliver

President Jerome Gilbert considered the Young Thundering Herd quarterback a great friend.

Century-old quilt stolen from the Mannington Fair

The quilt was taken between 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Saturday.

Speaker Armstead is among candidates for temporary appointment to Supreme Court

CHARLESTON, W.Va. —┬áHouse Speaker Tim Armstead is among the names listed as possibilities to temporarily fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by Menis Ketchum. The Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission today released the names of the applicants seeking to fill the vacancy. Armstead, R-Kanawha, announced in January that he would not run again for the House

Clay County football field cleared for play

Patch work to repair flood damage will keep the field playable for 2018, but school officials say major renovations are in the works after the season.

Beckley mayor addresses recent crime concerning residents

"It bothers me," said Beckley Mayor Rob Rappold.

Jenkins will run for Davis seat

Congressman says confidence needs to be restored in High Court.

Bone fragments unearthed at Fayette County construction site

Police say the process to investigate the bones is "usually not a quick one".