Day: March 22, 2019 Archives

FridayMarch 22, 2019

Baylor bests West Virginia with ninth-inning play at the plate

The Mountaineers lose a heartbreaker to Baylor in the Big 12 opener for both teams.

FEMA awards Kanawha education board $1 million for portable classrooms

FEMA awarded the school system the money from its public assistance program.

The lists are in; DOH supervisors await further direction

District 5 engineers prioritize by traffic volume and posted speed limits.

Grateful Kenny Bigelow thanks West Virginia for NFL opportunity

After once calling it quits from football, the former USC player revitalized his career and NFL hopes at West Virginia.

16 months after ACL tear, University High grad Richardson seeks NFL opportunity

University H.S. & VMI graduate Tony Richardson showcased his skills at WVU's Pro Day on Thursday.

Brown adds fourth off-field analyst to West Virginia football staff

A former NFL staffer is the latest to join Neal Brown's West Virginia football support staff.

Bridgeport grad Williams key component of Georgia Southern golf team

As one of West Virginia’s most successful high school golfers over the last decade, Bridgeport’s Mason Williams carried with him a certain level of expectation when he set off to Georgia Southern last fall. The freshman has lived up to those expectations in some events, while not playing up to his standards in others.  Through

Raleigh County man accused of setting parents’ home on fire

The suspect reportedly started the fire while his parents were asleep inside.

Harrison County assistant principal accused of bullying transgender student retains legal counsel

The Harrison County Board of Education is choosing to allow Lee Livengood's contract to expire in June, but said the bullying allegations are not the reason for the decision.

Smokey Bear is quite a trend setter

American icon who spreads a fire prevention message has inspired several other creatures of flame suppression around the world.

Something for everyone at Kanawha Valley Job & Resource Fair

Thousands attended the event at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center.

Elk license plates now available

The artwork from a Mason County artist is the first of the plates to not feature late retired DNR biologist Tom Allen's handiwork.

Changes at the state crime lab put a dent in backlogged cases

Since 2016 the backlog of cases at the facility in South Charleston has been cut by more than half.

Blair: No pay raises until there’s education reform

Senate Finance Committee chair makes comments on WEPM's Panhandle Live.

HEPC accepts resignation of Long, begins search for another interim chancellor

The commission hopes to have position offered to a candidate in about one month.

Light installation to disrupt weekend traffic in Cabell County

Choppers will lift towers into position, emergency officials worry about rubber necking and a traffic shutdown

Measurable snow expected in eastern mountain counties

First weekend of spring will look like winter in some areas.

White resigns from Raleigh County Commission, DOT appointment anticipated

Gov. Jim Justice has already said he wants longtime friend to have the job.

Chapmanville Regional, Fairmont Senior place pair on Class AA all-state team

Tigers' frontcourt, Polar Bears' senior duo honored.