Day: May 20, 2019 Archives

MondayMay 20, 2019

Manchin, Capito support resolution allowing state funeral for Williams

Medal of Honor recipient Woody Williams is one of three remaining Medal of Honor recipients from World War II.

UMWA reopen agreement on Murray Energy wages

All subsidiaries of Murray Energy Crop. signed the agreement.

Sentencing in Fayette County grant case

David Stevens accepted $501,500 in grant funding for a planned facility in Mount Hope.

Mercer County deputy shoots man after he charged with knife

The incident happened Monday in Princeton.

Woman pleads guilty for threatening to kill president

Taryn Corinne Henthorn, 25, pleaded guilty on Monday.

Hare helps Frankfort hold off Fairmont Senior, 2-1

Falcons edge Polar Bears to win opener of regional series.

Legislature passes updated cannabis integration bill

The new measure comes with an amendment from the state Senate.

Park strikes first in regional series with Morgantown

Wheeling Park can clinch a state tournament berth Tuesday.

Lawmakers make corrections, pass anti-hazing bill

Gov. Jim Justice previously vetoed the legislation.

Webster County pair arrested following death of child, injury to twin sister

The Diana residents are being held at the Central Regional Jail.

House establishes four select committees to examine education policy

Speaker wants all 100 members to be engaged in shaping education policy.

Suspended Wheeling city manager pleads guilty to DUI

The city of council is expected to make a decision on Herron this week.

One dead in wreck in Monongalia County

The wreck occurred around 11:30 a.m. on U.S. 19, heading north bound near the Shack Neighborhood House.

Photo gallery: State track & field championships

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Photos from the West Virginia High School track and field championships. (Photos courtesy of David Pennock/Pennock Photos)

‘Sweet Spot’ podcast: What Jarret Doege brings to the ‘Air Raid’

MORGANTOWN — When Jarret Doege was a middle school quarterback attending Texas Tech football camps, he and Charlie Brewer tended to draw extra attention. It was a perk of their older brothers, Seth and Michael, bring Red Raiders quarterbacks. Now Charlie is Baylor’s starter and Jarret is joining the Big 12 too — bound for

Greenbrier County student killed in ATV accident

The incident happened in the Bingham area.

Flooded schools generate questions by legislators

Demolition of Richwood High receives focus of questions.

New delegate joins House just in time for special session

Chuck Little to serve in seat formerly held by Ray Hollen.

Area businessman helping West Virginia’s students achieve college dreams

BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — A local business man is helping West Virginia’s students afford a college education. John Ebert, owner/operator of McDonald’s franchises, has a goal to give out 250 college scholarships this year. “I actually have 40 stores, so it’s about six (scholarships) per store that will result in a $2,500 scholarship to pay for