Day: December 27, 2018 Archives

ThursdayDecember 27, 2018

Parkersburg rolls Wheeling Park in No. 1 vs. No. 2 matchup, 63-31

Top-ranked PHS rolled to their seventh consecutive win with a dominant defensive effort.

Government shutdown puts UMWA lawsuit on hold

The lawsuit was filed against MHSA.

“Dancing with the Stars: Live!” tour makes stop in Charleston

Hundreds of dance fans flocked to the Charleston Municipal Auditorium.

Southern W.Va. House delegate pushing for foster care overhaul

Delegate Jeff Pack says most House members agree about the need for reform.

Website technical problems slow application process for new E-ZPass

Deadline approaching for deeply discounted program.

Sports betting makes debut at 2 more W.Va. casinos — and via app

The two latest join the three West Virginia casinos that already began offering sports betting this fall.

Marion County fatal Christmas Day shooting victim identified

According to police, the shooting occurred around 8 p.m. on Christmas Day.

Jackson encouraged with Oak Hill’s start to season

Oak Hill's mixture of size and skill makes the Red Devils a tough matchup.

WVU fans take it all in during bowl game trip

Mannington native Randy Watson and his friends and family are relaxing and enjoying the weather ahead of Friday's game.

Camping World Bowl notes: WVU quarterbacks a mystery to Babers

Syracuse coach Dino Babers doesn't know what to expect from West Virginia quarterbacks Jack Allison and Trey Lowe, plus other notes from the Camping World Bowl.

Police: Man takes own life at Martinsburg Walmart

The store was open and occupied by customers at the time of the incident.

Allan Taylor’s 5 questions: West Virginia vs. Syracuse

From sun-splashed Orlando, we set the storylines for the Camping World Bowl preview.

Heavy rains coming, flooding expected in southern half of W.Va.

Forecasters say an inch or more of rain could fall by Friday afternoon--causing problems for already swollen creeks and streams

Police searching for man in Morgantown Subway armed robbery

As of 10:15 a.m., officers were searching the area of University Avenue and Sunnyside.

Man escapes police in high speed chase; arrested after being caught shoplifting the same day

Nicholas Scott Gifford, 28, of Morgantown, is charged with recklessly fleeing from an officer, battery on a law enforcement officer, obstructing an officer and fleeing from an officer.

U.S. Attorney wonders if Justice company has funds to pay $1.23 million contempt order

Contempt order stems back to 2013 lawsuit by equipment supplier.

The 11 most memorable games of the West Virginia-Syracuse rivalry

When West Virginia and Syracuse meet in the Camping World Bowl, they'll renew a dormant rivalry that was filled with classic games before fizzling out in its final decade.

The changing American landscape

America is changing.  It is impossible to characterize the change as simply good or bad because there is a lot of it going on and whether a shift is positive or negative may depend on one’s perspective.   However, it is evident that by historic standards we are undergoing rapid evolutions in technology and culture. Pew