Day: December 18, 2018 Archives

TuesdayDecember 18, 2018

Man arrested in connection with Clarksburg robbery

William Keith Harrouff, 27, was arrested Tuesday by the U.S. Marshals Service.

WVU women throttle Morgan State, 72-37

Theresa Ekhelar’s career-high 15 rebounds and 11 points led the Mountaineers

Acting drug czar visits Huntington regarding opioid response

Jim Carroll, the acting director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy, meet with emergency personnel on Tuesday.

Metheny scores 23, UHS stays unbeaten with 70-52 win over WP

UHS opened and closed the game strong to improve to 3-0 on the season.

Long-term funding source top concern at PEIA public hearing

Premiums would not increase under the 2019-2020 plan, but the 2020-2021 plan would require an increase in order to maintain benefits.

Who’s in? A look at West Virginia’s expected early signing day class

A look at what to expect from West Virginia's recruiting class for the early signing period in college football.

Justice announces partnership with DAV to transport disabled veterans

Beginning July 1, 2019, the DAV will use its volunteer network to provide drivers at no cost to the state.

MetroNews earns national acclaim for ‘Talkline’ and website

National Association of State Radio Networks praises public affairs effort and website design.

High water recedes after wet weekend in the Eastern Panhandle, little damage reported

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — High water has receded after a wet weekend in the Eastern Panhandle. Authorities tell MetroNews affiliate WEPM while some roads were flooded and low-lying bridges were shut down temporarily, little damage was reported. In Jefferson County, Harpers Ferry National Historical Park closed its popular footbridge leading from the lower town into Washington County,

Two critically injured in big rig crash on Turnpike

The identities of the victims have not been released.

Freshman forward Derek Culver reinstated to WVU basketball team

The four-star freshman has not appeared in a regular-season game.

Cooper ready for next challenge

Charleston police chief retiring to take a job with Capital City's sanitary board.

Tshiebwe to display talents in Morgantown’s American Homes Classic

Morgantown takes on Oscar Tshiebwe and Kennedy Catholic as part of a busy American Homes Classic.

Harrison County administrator accused of bullying transgender student suspended with pay

The Harrison County Board of Education will address the matter at Tuesday's meeting with Manchin's recommendation that Livengood be suspended with pay effective immediately until after the holiday break.

Capito: Trump should take compromise border security plan

Senator says $1.6 billion has "plenty enough to move us forward."

Monongalia County Democrat hoping to finally address DOH funding formula next month

Williams plans to address the DOH funding formula with a new bill, ready to be introduced on the first day of the regular legislative session.

Lawsuit over governor’s residence is filed for third time

After Supreme Court dismissal, case is back in circuit court.

New chairmen named for House Finance, Education

More of new Speaker Hanshaw's leadership team is rounded out.

Charges reduced for Maryland woman charged in Randolph County murder

Logan’s case will be bound over to the Randolph County Circuit Court for presentation to a grand jury and possible indictment.