Day: March 31, 2019 Archives

SundayMarch 31, 2019

West Virginia one of first states with legal online casinos

The state Lottery has more than a year to design and implement regulations for iGaming at the state's five casinos.

By the hundreds, West Virginians reach out for road work

Constituent Services in Governor's Office gets about 1,600 annual complaints about nagging problems.

Forums on West Virginia education ‘betterment’ resume this week

Three meetings scheduled in different parts of the state.

Mountaineers embrace the cold to take series from Oklahoma

Kade Strowd pitched around eight walks as West Virginia won Sunday's rubber game 5-1.

Facing driver shortage, Manchin among bipartisan group supporting changes to trucking regulations

"There are not enough people entering the profession," said Mark Allen of the International Food Service Distribution Association.

Scott Brown Classic shifts date, location to accommodate Tshiebwe, McBride

Oscar Tshiebwe and Miles McBride planning to play April 14 at University High School.

State Police investigating apparent murder-suicide in Raleigh County

The bodies were located in an area between Beckley and Beaver.

What’s working, what’s not is focus of Handle With Care outside evaluation

The program which is now expanding nationwide got its start in West Virginia.

WV Gold Rush returns for first week of April

The popular stocking of exclusively golden trout for a week in West Virginia returns for 2019

5 questions facing the basketball offseason for West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — That loss against Coastal Carolina in the second round of the CBI was not an ending to months of confusion and drama for West Virginia. Instead, more storylines have spilled into the Mountaineers’ offseason following a program-worst 21 losses. Forwards Lamont West and Andrew Gordon entered the NCAA transfer portal Thursday, leaving the