Day: May 12, 2019 Archives

SundayMay 12, 2019

Ongoing Turnpike safety study may result in more changes for Camp Creek area

The speed limit near Camp Creek recently was reduced from 70 to 60 mph.

No. 22 West Virginia matches best-ever Big 12 record

Sunday’s eighth-inning rally, triggered by Paul McIntosh scoring the go-ahead run on a controversial play at the plate, propelled the No. 22 Mountaineers to a 7-4 win over Kansas State.

Questions nag West Virginia flood relief priorities, document shines light

Legislators say housing should be focus of flood relief.

Procter & Gamble looking to add 300 jobs in Berkeley County

The company is looking to hire engineers for its mechanical and electrical operations at its Tabler Station plant.

West Virginia Penitentiary hosts skill exercises

The Mock Prison Riot featured individuals from 33 states and 22 countries.

One killed in Huntington shooting

Huntington Police were searching on Sunday for the shooter.

Wheeling mayor: The Health Plan announcement is a win for the city

The Health Plan employs 400 people in Wheeling and is partnering with WVU Health System.

Mylan pay vote in June

Board says it remains confident in leadership of executive team.

West Virginia will rely on veteran defensive backfield this fall

West Virginia's defense will draw on plenty of experience in its secondary this season, but some newcomers could also add to the mix.