Day: March 11, 2019 Archives

MondayMarch 11, 2019

Suspect wanted in Huntington shooting

Officers are looking for Houston Cook, 18, of Huntington.

Herron suspended as Wheeling city manager after DUI charge

Wheeling Fire Chief Larry Helms will serve as acting city manager.

High-profile Jackson County trial scheduled to begin Tuesday

Benjamin Taylor is accused of raping and killing 10-month old Emmaleigh Barringer.

Problems with West Virginia’s roads go beyond fired highways chief

Gov. Jim Justice fired Transportation Secretary Tom Smith this week, promising adjusted priorities.

Conviction in Kanawha County murder trial

Jury does decide defendant should get mercy.

W.Va. Senate wants U.S. Supreme Court to clarify impeachment issues

Petition doesn't seek to resume impeachment of justices but does want support for the Legislature’s primary role over impeachment in West Virginia.

Class A boys state preview: Unbeaten Webster County the top seed in a deep field

The Highlanders are the No. 1 seed and 25-0, but the last two Class A champions are directly behind them.

Class A Boys Basketball State Tournament Preview

Webster County brings a perfect record and the top seed into the Class A state tournament.

Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston: Bransfield can no longer exercise ministry here

Investigation into sexual harassment completed and sent to Vatican.

Department of Education to host 7 forums on education reform issues

Report will forwarded to governor and lawmakers as part of special session.

Randolph County BOE president disappointed in excess levy defeat

Voters send strong message against the levy.

Class AA Boys Basketball State Tournament Preview

Greg and Joe take a look at the Class AA boys state tournament bracket as play is set to begin Thursday.

Class AAA Boys Basketball State Tournament Preview

The Class AAA state boys basketball tournament begins with a pair of games on Wednesday.

Report of shots fired in Fayette County leads to arrest

Michael Paul Sullivan, 31, faces multiple charges for the incident.

Trial dates set for Berkeley County woman accused of shooting two daughters

Julie Orellana was indicted in February on several charges.

Morrisey ready to tackle Medicaid fraud

Legislation would expand A-G's fraud into the area of Medicaid where losses are considerable annually.

Bill clarifies that State Capitol projects need approval from Capitol Building Commission

The legislation that needs a signature from Governor Jim Justice to become law was in response to West Virginia Supreme Court office renovations made without following the approval process.