Day: December 4, 2018 Archives

TuesdayDecember 4, 2018

3 points to ponder after the Mountaineers’ MSG meltdown

Allan Taylor's instant analysis after Florida downed West Virginia 66-56 in the Jimmy V Classic.

Holiday spirit felt at Joyful Night 2018

The night got underway with the lighting of the state Christmas tree from Governor Justice and the First Lady.

Woods scores 33 as Wheeling Park surges past Morgantown, 60-45

Wheeling Park used a dominant third quarter to stay perfect on the season, defeating Morgantown by 15 points.

Justice: Troopers went ‘way beyond necessary force’ with teen

Governor says he has not seen video; does not commit to immediately releasing it.

State’s revenue train continues to pull ahead of estimates

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The state’s revenue collections exceeded estimates by $18.8 million in November, Gov. Jim Justice announced at a Tuesday afternoon news conference. The positive month puts the state at $141 million above estimates through the first five months of the fiscal year. Justice said the state is on its way to a $200 million collection

Justice declares Wednesday state holiday to honor Bush 41; all state offices, schools to close

Governor says former president 'a true American military hero.'

Winter Weather Advisory issued for parts of West Virginia

Some areas could see 4-5 inches of snow.

Governor names Gaunch, Upson to cabinet roles

Gaunch to be Secretary of Commerce; Upson to lead Office of Minority Affairs.

Fayette Sheriff: drug-related incarceration costs are becoming budget busters

Fayette County spent more than $157-thousand to house prisoners, last month.

Killer reveals body dump 35 years after murder

FBI agents were shocked to find the remains of a Parkersburg women in Belpre, Ohio after her murder in 1983. The man who killed her, already in prison, finally decided to talk.

Business development manager hired for Eastern WV Regional Airport

The airport is home to the WV Air National Guard's 167th Airlift Wing.

Governor recommends more PEIA flexibility along W.Va. border

Vote by full PEIA Task Force set for next week.

Clarksburg fire claims man’s life

Multiple children were able to safely escape.

Hoops prediction: West Virginia vs. Florida at The Garden

Allan Taylor's final score prediction as the Mountaineers meet the Gators in the Jimmy V Classic.

MetroNews high school football ‘Top Plays’ for Week 15

Check out all the best plays from the state championship games in the Super Six.

North Marion High School, Technical Center closed due to threats

Marion County Sheriff Jimmy Riffle has been on site since early Tuesday morning.

Six reasons to stop worrying and start loving the Camping World Bowl

So that noise you heard Sunday afternoon was the collective groan of disappointment as Mountaineer Nation learned that WVU had received a bid to the Camping World Bowl in Orlando.  The letdown is not about the bowl itself—I’ll get to that in a moment—but more about the bowls the Mountaineers are not playing in. The

Magrath announces nearly $1 million will be in his will for WVU

Magrath served as interim president in 2008-09.