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Day: August 22, 2018 Archives

WednesdayAugust 22, 2018

4 family members found guilty of arson, insurance fraud scheme

The sentencing hearings are scheduled for Dec. 20.

Wheeling police officer arrested for alleged assault

Jacob Skinner allegedly punched a woman in the face after Brewfest on Saturday.

Attorney General’s Office looking to shut down Hancock County car dealership

Emuil M. Byard Jr., the owner and operator of JB Rebuilt Auto Sales, allegedly repossessed a vehicle without proper notice.

Community colleges, for now, not part of Blue Ribbon Commission

Gov. Jim Justice announced the decision Wednesday.

Morrisey, Capito feel positive about election chances following Trump rally

Trump covered an array of topics during his speech at the Charleston Civic Center, including why voters should vote Morrisey for the U.S. Senate.

CDC workers in West Virginia to assist with Hepatitis A efforts

According to state Chief Health Officer Dr. Rahul Gupta, the effort will help state health employees understand ways to improve addressing the outbreak.

Governor’s son, Jay, is released from the hospital after health scare

Jim Justice describes health situation during Trump rally.

Mid-Ohio Valley Report: Week 1

Plenty of action over two days for the Mid-Ohio Valley in Week 1.

SSAC Kickoff Classic Preview: Parkersburg at Morgantown

Morgantown and Parkersburg are set to open the season Thursday night at MHS.

20 candidates seek 2 Supreme Court seats

Positions open as part of fallout from Supreme Court spending controversy.

Hinton City Manager: Mayor “really upset” after firing police chief

Police Chief Derek Snavely let go over "job performance or lack thereof".

North Central Report: Week 1

A lot to look forward to on opening week for teams in North Central.

Soggy panhandle drying out again

Several roads closed, more than a dozen residents spent the night in shelter.

Developer failed to make $1.5 million in loan payments to the state, governor says

Justice says evidence has been turned over to state police.

New residence hall to be constructed at WVU Tech

The school conducted focus groups to see what students want in housing.

Virginia child sexual assault suspect arrested in Grafton

Joseph Clinton Paige Sr. was wanted by the Madison County, VA Sheriff’s Office for on multiple charges relating to sexual assault of a minor in June 2018.

Northern Panhandle Report: Week 1

Examining Week 1 action in the Northern Panhandle.

Parents bring accusations of teacher mistreating children before Randolph County BOE

ELKINS, W.Va. — Parents in Randolph County are concerned of an elementary school teacher mistreating students. Six parents addressed the Randolph County Board of Education during its meeting Tuesday, alleging that their children were mistreated by a teacher while enrolled in the pre-kindergarten program at Beverly Elementary School. “We’ve already looked into it as a