Day: March 21, 2019 Archives

ThursdayMarch 21, 2019

Video of state trooper beating of suspect released

Fired Trooper Michael Kennedy indicted this week by a federal grand jury.

Attorney General, drug companies reach agreement on blood thinner

The settlement with Bristol-Myers Squibb Company and Sanofi-Aventis resolved issues in marketing Plavix as superior to aspirin.

Addressing mental health a recurring theme at education forums

The forum in Beckley was the fourth such event this week.

Spring practice notebook: Kendall already earning teammates’ respect

Austin Kendall is already commanding respect from his teammates, plus other observations from West Virginia's second spring practice.

WNIT: Despite lacking center, Mountaineers rip Rider 83-43

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — By the time Kari Niblack’s debut to the WNIT was 2 minutes old Thursday, she already had two fouls and maybe one of West Virginia’s worst fears was being realized. The Mountaineers survived an early push from Rider and ran away with an 83-43 victory. The bigger news was the Mountaineers (21-10) played

Watch: WVU takes the field for Day 2 of spring practice

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Check out the sights and sounds from West Virginia’s second workout in spring practice.

No major traffic delays expected during I-77 Bridges Project in Charleston

DOH releasing more information Thursday night at meeting.

Canaan Valley PSD begins operation of Timberline Four Seasons Utility

Letters go out to customers to outline next steps for water and sewer service

Stars shine, Wesco continues rise at West Virginia Pro Day

NFL scouts were impressed with what they saw from West Virginia's stars and a rising Trevon Wesco on Pro Day.

Sec. Mac Warner encouraging voting among young population

Warner traveled to three high schools in Harrison County Thursday — Bridgeport, Liberty and Lincoln –– to speak with students in an effort to encourage eligible high school students to register to vote.

Charles Town man charged for Virginia murder

Dale Wright, 50 of Charles Town, allegedly shot Jeffrey Evans, 72.

Grier doesn’t back down from claim he’s the best QB on the draft: ‘It’s a motivator’

West Virginia quarterback enjoyed a sharp performance at pro day.

Woman will spend up to 15 years in prison for death of 7-month-old son

Through tears, Julie Porreca, 20, told Judge Susan Tucker she did the best she could with her first child, Benjamin.

Manchin, Charleston set to host W.Va.’s largest job fair

The Kanawha Valley Job & Resource Fair is Friday.

Fairmont to choose city manager by month’s end

All three candidates visited the Friendly City Wednesday for a tour of the city, meetings with department heads and more interviews with city council.

Turnpike crash claims life

Wreck happened Wednesday.