Day: May 13, 2019 Archives

MondayMay 13, 2019

Lincoln County man arrested after striking person with car

Marvin Gore faces a charge of DUI causing bodily harm.

Man committed to psychiatric facility after Bethany College incident

Brandon Jackson was accused of throwing items out of a dormitory window and fighting with Brooke County Deputy Kristen Richmond in July.

Senate Democrats unveil proposal on education legislation

Lawmakers will return to Charleston on Monday for the start of the special legislative session.

W.Va. Tax Department confirms it got a subpoena for Justice’s businesses, too

Agency is the latest to acknowledge cooperation with federal investigation.

Charleston’s Live on the Levee series rolls out 2019 lineup

This is the 16th season for the musical events.

Steady opening round finds WVU 5th in NCAA golf regional

Led by a 1-under 70 from Logan Perkins, the Mountaineers are in the running to advance.

More than a dozen arrested after bust of multi-county property theft ring

The property crime spree was three counties wide.

Morrisey alleges Mylan, others conspired to hold down competition

West Virginia attorney general joins other states in lawsuit.

FEMA announces it will work alongside W.Va. emergency management

Team was established by agreement between state and federal officials.

Adrian Moss, tight end for 1988 Mountaineers, dies at 52

  MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Adrian Moss-Beasley, a tight end on West Virginia’s legendary 1988 team, died late Saturday night due to complications from colon cancer. His death was confirmed by the Brevard County (Fla.) Sheriff’s Department, which employed him for 28 years. Moss-Beasley, who played as Adrian Moss, caught 32 passes for 471 yards and

Hanshaw: Consensus taking shape on education funding change; details soon

Special session to resume April 20, but that might not yet include education issues.

Minden declared EPA Superfund site; remedial investigation commences

EPA Administrator Andrew Wheeler made the announcement in Minden.

Graduates enter new stage of life as colleges around the state hold commencements

For those who haven't already found a job, that search is likely already underway.

Concord receives grant to move towards smoke-free and tobacco-free campus

Concord hopes to be tobacco and smoke free by 2020.

UPDATE: Man killed in 5 vehicle Charles Town crash identified

US Route 340 was shut down for several hours.

Consol’s new Itmann Mine first since a 2017 restructuring

New Consol Energy operation in Wyoming County to employ 100 to 150 workers when open