Day: March 17, 2019 Archives

SundayMarch 17, 2019

Mountaineers will host Grand Canyon in CBI opener Wednesday

The Antelopes were runners-up in the WAC tournament and own a 20-13 record.

West Virginia not included on official list of women’s NCAA bubble teams

The NCAA released a list of "debatable eight" bubble teams, and the Mountaineers were not included.

Regional jails using body scanners to detect drugs entering facilities

The full-body Soter RS Body Scanners are able to detect objects inmates are attempting to bring into facilities.

FEMA reminds of flood insurance options

Officials say spring flooding is unpredictable.

West Virginia clubs William & Mary with bats, quality Strowd start

West Virginia used another strong Sunday performance from starter Kade Strowd to win a road series.

Problem Gamblers Help Network promotes awareness

March is National Problem Gambling Awareness Month.

Money that had been set aside for Medicaid could go to W.Va. roads instead

Governor's veto of Medicaid supplemental appropriation bill frees up millions for other priorities.

Why James Harden — yes, James Harden — is a model for WVU QBs

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – This spring, Neal Brown is searching for his very own James Harden. No, Brown is not doing a coach-swap with Bob Huggins. He’s looking for a starting quarterback. And minus the bushy beard and ability to draw phantom foul calls, the NBA star embodies precisely what Brown is searching for at quarterback.

Tucker County man shares win at Iditarod Trail Invitational

Dr. John Logar finished the 1,000 miles of the Alaskan course on his bike Saturday after 19 days, three hours and 56 minutes.

Stone: Preston County can be the start of roads revitalization

"I believe they had to start somewhere to make an impact," Preston County Commissioner Samantha Stone said.