Dingess Street is closed as police continue looking for a suspect.
Freshmen Addison Clark and Issy Sibley scored their first career goals and No. 17 West Virginia finally claimed its first win of the season, 3-0 over Xavier in women’s soccer Thursday night.
Jackson County Health Department director Amy Haskins spoke about federally-funded efforts.
Federal agencies published its recommendations for first responders regarding protection from exposure to synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl.
Solid waste removal nears completion.
Hoover is now back in custody at the Tygart Valley Regional Jail in Belington.
While mosquitoes did test positive for the virus, there are no human cases of West Nile.
The collection extends to several banks holding funds for Justice's companies.
Soft opening at Hollywood Casino.
Morgantown and University hit the road, while Bridgeport welcomes Liberty Harrison.
"We are the largest county, I think, in the state of West Virginia who's trying to operate without an excess levy," Superintendent Steve Wotring said.
Davis & Elkins will become a full member of the MEC starting in the 2019-2020 academic year.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Another Smith, another safety commitment for West Virginia. Rivals three-star recruit Osita Smith of Columbia, Md., pledged Thursday over offers from Boston College, Purdue, Wake Forest, Indiana, Rutgers and Cincinnati. The 6-foot-2, 195-pounder announced his intentions exactly one week after the Mountaineers gained a commitment from safety Tykee Smith of Philadelphia.
Former South Charleston head coach remembers Tyler Harris as a player who "refused to lose"
Holgorsen regrets not targeting the Charlotte area years ago when the WVU-Tennessee game was announced.
Northbound and southbound lanes will be clear.
Hurricane vs. Spring Valley is one of several Week 2 showdowns for Kanawha Valley teams.
Members of West Virginia University's Mountaineer Marching Band leave Morgantown on Friday.
A top 10 matchup in Class AAA and a matchup of ranked teams in Class AA are both on the Week 2 schedule in the Southwestern region.
The organization backed U.S. Sen, Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., in the 2010 special election.