Day: March 26, 2019 Archives

TuesdayMarch 26, 2019

Capito explains Mueller position; Justice expresses support for Trump

According to Attorney General William Barr, Mueller found no evidence showing anyone with President Donald Trump's campaign worked with Russia to impact the election's results.

Notre Dame scores 7 in third inning to rout RCB

NUTTER FORT, W.Va. — Playing on their home field for just the second time since flood waters destroyed the surface last April, Notre Dame dominated Robert C. Byrd 13-0 in five innings. The game was shortened due to the ’10-run rule’. Elias Gordon and Jalen Miller teamed up on a no-hitter for the Irish. Gordon

Justice signs medical marijuana banking bill

The bill allows bidding for financial institutions to provide banking services related to the state's medical marijuana program.

US Senate dismisses Green New Deal

The resolution addresses the nation's top environmental concerns, including climate change.

Brown says West Virginia will be great — it’s just a matter of when

Neal Brown sees great things ahead for his West Virginia team -- just not at this stage of spring practice.

New Paden City football coach Heasley excited for what’s ahead

West Liberty player hopes football knowledge helps make up for lack of experience.

The wrongs and a few rights of West Virginia’s basketball season

Justin Jackson recounts the ups and downs of a 15-21 season.

Three bills centered around school safety signed into law by Justice

Gov. Jim Justice has until Wednesday to sign bills into effect.

Williams: H.B. 3044 should be part of Governor’s roads blitz

"It's still sitting on the Governor's desk," he told MetroNews affiliate WAJR-AM in Morgantown.

Programs around W.Va. helping fight opioid issues honored in Charleston

National non-profit Addiction Policy Forum hosted the event; Huntington Mayor Steve Williams spoke.

Justice names new West Virginia transportation leaders

White, Wriston replace Tom Smith, who held two top Transportation positions.

Lists place spotlight on thousands of West Virginia road needs

Mile after mile of West Virginia highway needs paving, patching, culvert repair, slip repair and ditching.

Summer start date projected for Bridgeport Indoor Rec Complex

The $55 million, 150,000 square-foot facility will be located near the current recreation complex at Charles Pointe and is set to be complete in 2020.

Members of Beverly Town Council mull water work payment

The Randolph County Development Authority fronted the money for the water system upgrade work to support addition construction at Armstrong Flooring.

Drug epidemic behind increased Harrison County budget

Harrison County Commission approved a $23.7 million budget for 2019-2020 at its Wednesday meeting.

Justice Department sides with federal judge on ‘Obamacare’ ruling

The decision came after several states on Monday issued a challenge to the original decision.