Day: December 5, 2018 Archives

WednesdayDecember 5, 2018

Skeletal remains found at Weston residence

The partial skeleton has been turned over to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in Charleston.

Two men arrested after breaking into abandoned Boone County mine

There has been a recent string of break-ins in abandoned mines in the area.

Annual Marshall football toy drive set for this weekend

The event is at the Barboursville Walmart from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday.

Gaunch wants to ‘celebrate’ existing industries in new role

New commerce secretary says more emphasis needed.

Gibson second-highest paid DC in Big 12; WVU staff ranks fifth overall

West Virginia's coaching staff is near the middle of the pack in Big 12 salaries, but defensive coordinator Tony Gibson stands out as one of the best-paid assistants among his peers.

ACLU: Did W.Va. police violate teen’s civil liberties?

Organization wants video, documents regarding Martinsburg incident

Morgantown wards commissioner files complaint against city council

Roger Banks, now in his sixth year with the commission, called

Obituary: Marvin Wotring, the ‘man behind the musket’ at WVU

Marvin Wotring, the Morgantown gunsmith who made all of the Mountaineers' black powder rifles since 1977, died this week at age 78.

911 director: As temps drop, so should speeds

Bottom line, Paul Bump said, just proceed with caution.

Bush remembered at wreath laying ceremony in Charleston

Bush reaches his final resting place Thursday in Texas.

DEP reaches agreement over company’s 17,000 aging wells

15-year agreement includes $3 million bond.

Raleigh County man charged with sexually assaulting 3-year-old relative

The alleged victim said a sibling also may have been sexually abused by the suspect.

Connor Neal named 2018 MetroNews Player of the Year

State champion quarterback Connor Neal named MetroNews Player of the Year

Huntington mayor gets seat on National League of Cities Board of Directors

Mayor Steve Williams is the only West Virginian chosen for a leadership spot.

West Virginia’s leading scorers fired blanks (6-of-35) vs. Florida

Bob Huggins warns a few payers that if "attitudes don’t change, they won’t be with us.”

Extreme greens are in a tizzy over Manchin

Environmental extremists are blowing their green lids over the possibility that U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-WV) may become the ranking Democrat on the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. That committee wields significant power in determining the government’s policies on energy production and use in this country. First, we need to explain the odd circumstances

Mountaineers no match for Gators in second half

Whatever momentum West Virginia built during its four-game winning streak evaporated Tuesday night in a 66-56 loss at Madison Square Garden.