Timothy Byers Jr. admitted in March to robbing the Bank of Charles Town
The effort will feature trucks with imagery representing the state presented on the sides.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Catcher Ivan Gonzalez is the second West Virginia baseball player to be taken in the 2019 MLB Draft, going to the Chicago White Sox in the eighth round. Gonzalez was taken with the 230th overall pick. He joins battery-mate Alek Manoah as a draft pick. Manoah was drafted Monday by the Toronto
Case received final ruling in New Jersey, now flowing into Greenbrier County.
The journey Teyvon Myers took to become a Mountaineer and now a professional basketball player is one of the most circuitous you’ll ever hear. He attended six different schools in a span of seven years. His aggressive attitude, which today is his greatest asset, also was his greatest weakness as he grew up. In an
A former 5-star receiver is looking for a fresh start in his final season of eligibility.
Case returns to Kanawha Circuit Court on Wednesday.
Police say elderly man was legally crossing street.
House plans to consider individual education bills starting June 17.
Attorney general says measure will likely face legal challenge.
Middle school and high school students the target of collaborative effort.
The inspections were taking place Tuesday at the Putnam County Weight Station off I-64.
Senator Trump says amendment is meant to codify court ruling.
A major player in West Virginia's defensive backfield has entered the transfer portal.
Under the law, training on telephonic CPR instruction is required for emergency dispatchers in West Virginia.
The incident occured on Tuesday morning.
Jeffery Dye, 48, of Clarksburg, was shot and killed Saturday night during a confrontation with his neighbor.
State champions St. Albans, Bridgeport and Moorefield ranked atop respective classes.
Greg Carey and Joe Brocato recap the memorable moments from the 2018-2019 high school sports season.
So, the State Senate has now passed an omnibus education reform bill. The vote was 18-15 with one member absent. All 13 Democratic Senators present and two Republicans voted against the Student Success Act. The bill now goes to the House, where it faces an uncertain future. Stop me if you’ve heard all this before.