Day: June 5, 2019 Archives

WednesdayJune 5, 2019

75 years later, West Virginia native recalls Omaha Beach

A West Virginia native shares his recollections of the Normandy invasion 75 years later

New law allows emergency refills of crucial medication

The state Legislature unanimously passed House Bill 2524 during the previous legislative session.

Wood County jury splits on mercy in murder trial

Jessica Roberts and Kenneth McCoy were found guilty of multiple charges related to the death of Penni Jo Curtiss.

Six Mountaineers selected on final day of 2019 MLB Draft

Six West Virginia players were taken on the final day of a record MLB Draft for the program

Supreme Court sides with property owners; companies have no right to get natural gas without permission

The court unanimously upheld a Doddridge County Circuit Court ruling.

Justice praises Monongalia County road work agreement

The agreement constitutes the second year of a pilot program between the county and the state.

Server locations delaying launch of sports betting app in Charles Town

State Lottery hopes to have the app based at Hollywood Casino launched in "several" weelks.

Catholic Church investigation concludes Bransfield sexually harassed younger priests, misused church money

Conclusions of 5-month probe into former Wheeling-Charleston Diocese bishop released.

Neal, Beard a dynamic duo behind center for North

Bears have two of state's top signal callers in Fairmont Senior's Connor Neal and Musselman's Tre Beard.

Charleston man sentenced to life in prison in 2016 shooting death

Williams is eligible for parole after 15 years.

A third West Virginia safety enters transfer portal in two days

There will be a youth movement in West Virginia's secondary as a third safety enters the transfer portal.

The heart and soul of Capital football

Longtime figure with Capital High School football is remembered for his love of the school, the team, and the game.

Justice and family may be held personally liable in $1.23 million civil contempt

Prosecutors conclude Justice Energy is a shell company, seek to pierce corporate veil.

Judge asks whether residency requirement for Governor Justice would alter work habits

Judge still will decide on whether residency case goes forward.

House Minority Leader sees issues with Student Success Act

Miley said his caucus may have a conference call tonight.

Derrek Pitts the latest member of WVU secondary in transfer portal

Both of West Virginia's starting safeties are in the transfer portal as South Charleston native Derrek Pitts looks elsewhere.

Maryland teen dead after drowning in Potomac River

The incident happened Tuesday afternoon.

Most of West Virginia will experience stormy weather on Wednesday

National Weather Service Meteorologist Ross Giarratana sad best chance for outdoor activities is early afternoon.

Williamstown, Wheeling Central claim Class A MVB Champions Cup titles

The Yellow Jackets and the Maroon Knights split the small-school titles