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FridayAugust 17, 2018

Scott joins Capito for tour of Huntington opportunity zones

U.S. Sens. Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., and Tim Scott, R-S.C., made three stops in Huntington on Friday.

Photo Gallery: Parkersburg South-Bridgeport scrimmage

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va — Parkersburg South and Bridgeport concluded their respective preseasons with a scrimmage Thursday night at Wayne Jamison Field in Bridgeport.

Higher ed task force still wants to involve community colleges

Gov. Jim Justice established the commission last month, wanting to shore up West Virginia's colleges and assure continued service to the communities they serve.

UPDATE: Turnpike worker killed in crash identified

The wreck happened Thursday afternoon near mile marker 23.

State Police seek man in connection with murder case

Troopers are looking for Juan Chic to speak about this week's shooting death of Andre Leonard in Kanawha County

Capital enters season with high expectations in Class AAA

Kerry Martin and Capital have set the bar high for the upcoming 2018 season.

Carper applauds West Virginia American Water for new rate proposal

Stipulated settlement before the PSC for approval.

Impatient driver faces a host of charges

Police say suspect ran down a fire fighter while refusing to stop for downed power lines according to the Logan County Sheriff's Dept.

WVU corrects second payroll error in nine months

The university announced that the error was corrected Thursday and a file was resubmitted to the state.

The Sweet Spot: Blaming the media for a hypothetical CFP snub?

Episode 42 of the podcast encounters a flurry of viewer questions, Mountaineers camp info and recruiting updates.

West Virginia’s football junkies took summer peek at Tennessee

Allan Taylor's column: Whenever Jake Spavital turns on the film, Grier and Sills flock to the room.