Day: May 16, 2019 Archives

ThursdayMay 16, 2019

Alek Manoah breaks WVU single-season strikeout record in romp over GW

The ace rediscovered his change-up, Darius Hill broke Jedd Gyorko’s mark for career doubles, and the Mountaineers (33-18) helped their 50/50 case for hosting an NCAA regional.

Wheeling Park gets past Morgantown for spot in state tournament

Patriots score three in first, ride strong pitching and defense to 4-2 win.

Small ball, grand slam send Moorefield to decisive game in regional

The Yellow Jackets defeat the Cee-Bees 10-2 in 6 innings.

H.S. baseball regional schedules

Double-elimination play begins Monday, May 20.

West Virginia wide receiver Dillon Spalding enters transfer portal

A West Virginia wide receiver with four remaining years of eligibility remaining is testing the transfer waters.

GALLERY: Vigil for Riley Crossman in Berkeley Springs

A candlelight vigil was held at Berkeley Springs State Park.

WVEA members prepare for walk-in protest Monday before session begins

Group wants to be heard as special session approaches.

Raleigh County authorities investigate fatal fall from cliff

The incident happened in the community of Arnett.

Flooded homeowners are relieved to hear housing is renewed priority

State officials say housing was priority all along, but they're working to move homeowners up mitigation list.

Wriston: Interactive map coming soon for residents to track road repairs

Highways commissioner says state will continue to be transparent about secondary road work.

Bowling Green quarterback Jarret Doege transfers to West Virginia

A new quarterback enters the equation for West Virginia, though he is expected to sit out in 2019.

No ruling yet on WVU lecturer’s death

Elizabeth Ann Leo, 34, died last week. An employee from Lutheran Campus Ministry discovered Leo last Friday morning.

West Virginia files suit against opioid maker Purdue Pharma

The lawsuit claims the company violated the state's Consumer Credit and Protection Act and fueled the opioid crisis in West Virginia.

Harrison County teacher recognized as Smart529 award winner

Kimberly Howell, an English/Language Arts teacher, has her students participate in the Smart529 program's writing contest, submitting essays regarding what they want to be when they grow up.

Former smoker tells West Virginians ‘it’s never too late to quit’

She's part of the 'Tips From Former Smokers' campaign from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Criminal conviction overturned, civil case still pending in deadly Mercer County I-77 wreck

Four members of a North Carolina family were killed when a tractor trailer hit their vehicle near Camp Creek in April 2017.