Day: December 3, 2018 Archives

MondayDecember 3, 2018

Missing WVU student found safe in Morgantown

Turner had been missing since November 27.

Will Grier’s Heisman Trophy run stops short of trip to New York

Will Grier was vying for West Virginia's best Heisman Trophy showing since Major Harris in 1989, but his stellar season fell short of a trip to New York.

Federal judge dismisses additional lawsuits in connection with warehouse fire

U.S. District Judge Thomas Johnston made similar ruling on other cases in August.

Bush 41 made key visit to Mountain State days before 2000 election

Former president predicted if son won West Virginia he would be the next president.

West Virginia needs Beetle to make big impact in Big Apple

The Mountaineers face Florida in the Jimmy V Classic at Madison Square Garden.

Babers bringing Syracuse to relevance after post-Big East drought

The Camping World Bowl is no consolation prize to Syracuse, which is making its first postseason appearance under third-year coach Dino Babers.

Justice announces expanded efforts to fight opioid epidemic

Governor creates new council and names new director of Office of Drug Control Policy.

FCC Road Trip Program addresses broadband issues during stop in Clarksburg

Internet access is a challenge that those in rural America have faced for decades, and the FCC is still fighting to make it happen.

Return to MSG could be nostalgic for Darris Nichols

"The cool thing about playing in New York is I know the West Virginia fans will travel and I’ll get to see people I haven’t seen in a long time,” Nichols said.

Bonus photo gallery: Martinsburg wins third consecutive state title

WHEELING, W.Va. — Bonus photo gallery over Martinsburg’s 31-7 win over Spring Valley in the Class AAA championship game. (Photos by Christopher C. Davis/@EP_BigCameraGuy)

Three Guys Before The Game – A Camping We Will Go (Episode 72)

Will Mountaineer fans make the trip to Orlando?

W.Va. State Police Superintendent describes video: ‘You’ll see a body toss’

Trooper First Class Derek Walker and Trooper First Class Michael Kennedy have been suspended without pay.

Three Solid and Deserving #1’s!!!

The 2018 high school football season came to a close shortly before 10pm this past Saturday night and when that final horn had sounded, one thing was very clear……the three champions that were crowned this past weekend in Wheeling were without question the three best teams in their respective classes and all were very deserving!

Public comment period on Marshall’s Jenkins Hall underway

The building is named after Albert Gallatin Jenkins, a general for the Confederate States of America and salve owner from Cabell County.

Manchin wants border, asylum fixes

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., appeared last week on MetroNews "Talkline."

Release State Police dashcam video now

Three separate investigations are underway to determine whether State Troopers Derek Walker and Michael Kennedy should be disciplined or possibly charged criminally in connection with the beating of a 16-year-old suspect. Police pursued the boy after he wrecked into a Berkeley County Sheriff’s Department cruiser and kept going before eventually wrecking. The incident happened November

Marshall will face South Florida in Gasparilla Bowl

The Herd will head back to the Sunshine State to face South Florida at Raymond James Stadium.