Day: December 29, 2018 Archives

SaturdayDecember 29, 2018

For West Virginia seniors — and maybe one junior — a painful ending

West Virginia's bowl loss was particularly painful for the group of players who played their final game in a Mountaineer uniform.

Health care worker charged in abuse case

Long-term care residents allegedly physically abused.

Lamont West latest injury concern for Mountaineers

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The intrigue surrounding West Virginia’s injury report continues to grow as the Mountaineers close in on Big 12 play. During a conference call Friday, Bob Huggins added junior forward Lamont West to the growing list of ailing players. “He banged up his knee in practice,” Huggins said. Huggins did not indicate if

Man in custody following Raleigh County shooting death

Shooting occurred in community of Dameron.

Oak Hill hands RCB first loss, 66-60

The Red Devils halted a 2-game losing streak with a win over previously unbeaten RCB.

WVU women steam past Niagara 84-32

West Virginia used a 37-point first quarter to dominate Niagara in a wire-to-wire romp Saturday.

New book explores state’s geologic history over quarter of a billion years

In a contrast of specialties, Lebold teaches geology at WVU -- leading to a unique partnership. Wilkinson is a professor emeritus at WVU's School of Music.

Multilstate settlement reached in case with Wells Fargo Bank

Attorney General Morrisey announcing the settlement on Friday.

Most counties show higher unemployment in November

Jefferson County has the state's lowest joblessness.

Fairmont man jailed in connection with shooting death

Police looking for second person of interest.

Arrest made in Wood County arson

Mineral Wells woman allegedly mad at boyfriend over drug use.

Notebook: Wesco dabbles with passing, receivers forced to shuffle

ORLANDO, Fla. — Tight end Trevon Wesco made himself into an NFL prospect this season, but his final college game offered a chance to rewind back to his quarterback days at Musselman High. Wesco threw a reverse pass that backup quarterback Trey Lowe dropped along the sideline. Late in the game, on a fourth-and-goal from

Column: Great expectations flushed by sorry finish

Allan Taylor's commentary from the Camping World Bowl, where West Virginia finished its season on a three-game skid.

Dungey-to-Neal video game play clinches West Virginia’s doom

A great escape by Syracuse's senior quarterback helped seal West Virginia's fate against the Orange.