Day: May 1, 2019 Archives

WednesdayMay 1, 2019

No. 3 Wahama racks up 20 hits in win at No. 8 Williamstown

The White Falcons improve to 21-4 with a win over the sectional rivals.

Closing arguments held in Nasher case

Dr. Muhammed Samer Nasher-Alneam faces multiple charges related to selling pain medication between 2013 and 2015.

Howell, Manchin voice concerns about paper mill closure

Verso Corporation announced its decision to close its facility in Luke, Maryland, eliminating 675 jobs.

States, Trump administration file arguments against ‘Obamacare’

A coalition of states, which includes West Virginia, launched an effort last year challenging the statute's legal standing.

Mistakenly-filed charge on DNR chief was wiped out, but he’s not exactly in the clear

McDaniel still must abide by deferred prosecution agreement.

Gov. Justice celebrates addition to King Coal Highway, touts alliance with Trump

Completion of the highway will allow easier access to the local airport.

Former jail workers indicted on unlawful force charge

Incident allegedly happened at Western Regional Jail in 2015.

Berkeley BOE drops countersuits against 3 parents; countersuits from teachers remain

This comes just five days after the Berkeley BOE filed the suit.

Hamrick’s relationship with female staff intern triggered resignation

"I made a mistake and a I take full responsibility for that."

Voters in Morgantown re-elect five incumbents, but make history in the process

Zach Cruze became the first ever write-in candidate to win in city history.

Flood victims need to read the fine print on the FEMA paperwork

Flood insurance which was free for three years after the flood, must now be converted to a private policy--and paid by the property owner.

Man arrested while going to see President Trump pleads guilty to two misdemeanors

Traffic was halted on I-68 for more than two hours March 27, after a trooper did a traffic stop on Charron.

Business and education leaders come together to make sure W.Va. students are ‘ready’

The announcement of two programs took place Tuesday morning.

Quick start reported for West Virginia Invests grant applications

More than 700 applications have been submitted less than a week after the launch of

Suspect arrested in latest violent incident on Beckley’s Rails-to-Trails

Four violent incidents have been reported on the trail in the past nine months.

Semifinalists named in West Virginia Scholar program

More than a dozen high school juniors still in the running for a full ride at West Virginia Wesleyan

Proposed regulations changes aimed at protection of candy darter

It's an almost exclusively West Virginia fish--but it is in serious jeopardy of disappearing.

Federal investigation focuses on flood relief dollars in West Virginia

Stuart announces investigation; Office of Inspector General is also asking questions.

Class A baseball postseason preview

Joe Brocato and Greg Carey conclude their baseball postseason previews, taking a look at Class A.