Day: April 28, 2019 Archives

SundayApril 28, 2019

Receiver Marcus Simms indicates he is leaving West Virginia football team

Receiver Marcus Simms indicated on social media that he is leaving West Virginia, but sources say he has not officially filed for a transfer yet.

Warner disagrees with Sanders on extending voting rights

U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., announced earlier this month his support for extending voting rights to people currently serving in prison.

Marshals, troopers arrest fugitive in Elkins

Christopher Dotson wanted in Braxton County case.

Texas freshman crushes 2 HRs, denies West Virginia sweep

AUSTIN, Texas— In search of a weekend sweep, No. 17 West Virginia got blindsided by Texas freshman Lance Ford. The light-hitting second baseman, who had only eight RBIs in his first 39 college games, drove in six runs Sunday as the Longhorns found consolation on getaway day with a 10-2 win. Ford hit his first

Two paths for W.Va. flood relief, and homeowners still feel forgotten

Flood victims apply for Hazard Mitigation Grants and for RISE; continue to wait.

Long resumes presidential duties at WVU Tech this week

She had been serving as interim HEPC chancellor since mid-2018.

Yeager Airport sees increase in enplanements

Officials said enplanements have increased by 7.9 percent over the last year.

Charleston gearing up for “important” 2020 Census count

AP Report: Kanawha Co. suffered most population loss last year in the state.

Former Huntington mayoral candidate charged in shooting

He is being charged with malicious wounding.

See projected contracts for West Virginia’s NFL draftees

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — As the 100th pick in the NFL draft, West Virginia quarterback Will Grier is slotted to earn nearly $3.4 million over the four-year life of his rookie contract, according to Spotrac. Mountaineers left tackle Yodny Cajuste, who was drafted No. 101 overall, essentially figures to earn the same amount as a late