Day: December 8, 2018 Archives

SaturdayDecember 8, 2018

Will Grier finishes distant fourth in Heisman voting

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Though Will Grier wasn’t among the three Heisman finalists invited to New York, his fourth-place finish  matched the second-best of any West Virginia player. Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray won the Heisman Trophy with 2,167 points, followed by runner-up Tua Tagovailoa (1,871) and third-place Dwayne Haskins (783). Grier amassed 126 points, including four

Legislative interims begin Sunday in Charleston

Lawmakers preparing for 60-day regular session.

School Building Authority set to make decisions on school projects

It's possible $45 million available may change. Meeting set for Monday.

Konate’s intensity gives WVU a bump in Backyard Brawl

Allan Taylor's commentary after West Virginia downed Pitt 69-59 behind Sagaba Konate's rim-stuffing performance.

Rivalry or not, modern edition of West Virginia-Pitt did not lack intensity

MORGANTOWN, W. Va. — It sounded like a rivalry. Well before the ball was tipped, Pitt players were loudly advised to dine on fecal matter by the West Virginia student section. On the off chance the Panthers forgot, the chants popped up again every five minutes or so. “We had seen videos. We had heard

After 50 turnovers and 49 fouls, West Virginia relishes rugged win over Pitt, 69-59

Sagaba Konate had 16 points, nine rebounds and seven blocks for the Mountaineers.

Warrants out for Charleston man after shooting

Suspect charged with breaking into a Charleston home and attacking two men with a gun

Jenkins, Armstead get up-close look at court system

New justices going out in the field.

Grier skipping Camping World Bowl for NFL draft prep

Quarterback threw for 3.864 yards and 37 touchdowns this season.

Snowstorm coming, but W.Va. will only get a glancing blow

Forecasters say extreme southern W.Va. counties will get a few inches--but as Virginia and North Carolina are pounded, very little will track north into the Mountain state this weekend.

RISE WV nearing completion of 40th case

West Virginia was removed from HUD's "Slow Spender" list last week.

Prediction: WVU hosts Pitt in Backyard Brawl

Allan Taylor's final score prediction as West Virginia hosts Pitt.

Buck hunting numbers increase slightly for 2018

DNR reports number of bucks killed statewide this year was up by one percent from 2017