Day: April 29, 2019 Archives

MondayApril 29, 2019

Photo gallery: Scott collects 20th win, 10-1 at Logan

 LOGAN, W.Va. — Photos from Scott’s 10-1 win at Logan. The Skyhawks improved to 20-4 with the victory. (Photos courtesy of Boothe Davis/Captured by the Moment Photography)

Statewide softball sectional schedules

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Competition began in high school softball sectional tournaments around West Virginia on Monday, April 29. All double-elimination tournaments must be completed by Saturday, May 11. Best-of-3 regional play will start on Monday, May 13.   Class AAA Region 1, Section 1:  Wednesday, May 1st: John Marshall 7, Brooke 3 Thursday, May 2nd: Wheeling

Disability fraud unit collects nearly $2 million in quarter

The Cooperative Disability Investigations Unit investigates disability claims to root out fraud.

Supreme Court sides with local, state assessors regarding Murray properties

Murray Energy Corporation and Consolidation Coal Company opposed the state Tax Department's valuation of its coal properties.

Suspended Ohio County magistrate pleads guilty to felony

Harry Radcliffe was indicted last year on nine counts.

WVEA’s Lee says special session particulars premature without forum report

Dale Lee says some leading lawmakers making plans without full information.

Emergency services directors question Guard oversight, proposed Resiliency Officer

Bill restructuring state's emergency response agencies could be considered in special session.

After Nadolny picks Texas Tech, what’s next for Mountaineers?

The Mountaineers still have three scholarships open after missing out on shooting guard.

Delegates call for dismissal of W.Va. DNR director following domestic violence arrest

General counsel for the governor says there's no change in McDaniel's status.

Class AAA baseball postseason preview

Greg Carey and Joe Brocato take a look at the top teams in Class AAA as the postseason approaches.

Hospitals in West Virginia and Kentucky sign onto massive suit aimed at pharma industry

Stephen Farmer of law firm Farmer, Cline, and Campbell announced the suit, calling it the first of its kind in the United States, Tuesday afternoon.

First responders hope Riverside students learn from mock texting & driving crash

Dozens of Kanawha County first responders took part in the crash.

Departing WVU receiver Marcus Simms officially enters transfer portal

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Wide receiver Marcus Simms moved forward with his plan to leave West Virginia on Monday afternoon, formally entering his name into the NCAA transfer portal. Multiple sources confirmed that Simms’ name is now in the portal. Players have the ability to pull their names out of the portal — WVU tight end

Mercer County elementary school hit by bullets

Investigators say someone was engaged in target practice near the school Friday.

Tourism chief says camping online reservation option off to fast start

4,500 guest nights scheduled first few days of new option.

Attorney: Berkeley BOE files to exclude audio evidence in abuse suit, sues victim’s mother

This comes after mother Amber Pack filed a lawsuit in February.

Pennsylvania man charged with 14 felonies in Preston County

Ray Roberto Carrion-Susana, 35, of Wilkes Barre, is charged with seven counts of forging a public record and seven counts of forgery of official seals.

Woman dead in officer involved shooting in McDowell County

Two troppers are on critical incident leave pending an investigation.

MetroNews Baseball Power Rankings: Week 6

Hurricane, Moorefield unanimous choices at No. 1 in respective classes.