Banks are asked to freeze accounts, stocks are auctioned.
Republican leaders are taking steps to determine the direction they should take.
The theme was of the campaign is "Join Team Read."
Kade Strowd heads into pro ball; Alek Manoah named finalist for national player of the year.
District 31 headquarters gets new name.
Defensive lineman excited to suit up for South.
The transfer portal door revolves both ways as West Virginia takes in a new safety from the FCS level.
Fallout remains to be seen after investigation shows sexual harassment and lavish spending.
Three installments of $410,000 each.
Third annual gathering held in Washington, Pa., Thursday.
Raising cattle is a $200 million industry for West Virginia.
It's a great time to give fishing a try if you've never been, to reintroduce yourself with fishing if you haven't been in a while, or to take your kids fishing...no license required.
The state Legislature passed Senate Bill 622 during this year's regular session.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Class AA all-state softball team as selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association in a ballot of members and coaches. First team P – Delani Buckner, Herbert Hoover, jr. (captain) P – Holly Brehm, Wyoming East, sr. P – Carly Cooper, jr. Petersburg P – Bella Savilla, soph., Nitro IF – Jenna
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Class A all-state baseball team as selected by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association in a ballot of members and coaches. First Team P – J.T. Hensley, Sherman, Sr. P – Isaac Van Meter, Moorefield, So. P – Hunter Eplin, Huntington St. Joe, Jr. C – Jacob Hoyt, St. Marys, Sr. IF –
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The 2019 Class A All-State Softball Team, as voted on by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association First team P – Autumn Thompson, jr. Sherman (captain) P – Caitlyn Kassay, sr., Clay-Battelle P – Chloe Elliott, soph., Ritchie County P – Autumn Hall, fr., Tug Valley IF – Jairika Baylor, soph. Wheeling
The BHS boys narrowly edge Fairmont Senior for the top spot
Officials say the crash happened at around 1 Thursday morning.
The bridge has been in use since 1941.
Seventy-five years ago today, Allied forces launched the largest amphibious invasion in history. Operation Overlord consisted of 13,000 aircraft, 5,000 ships and 160,000 American, British and Canadian troops. In stormy weather, the soldiers landed at Normandy beaches code named Utah, Omaha, Gold, Juno and Sword. Before their departure across the English Channel, General Eisenhower told