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MondayJune 10, 2019

Yeager enters plea relating to March 2017 incident

Jeremiah Yeager entered a plea for two counts of malicious wounding for the shooting and one count of strangulation for a domestic violence incident.

3 administrators tied to Bransfield reassigned

The changes were announced less than a week after a preliminary investigation found credible evidence Bransfield sexually harassed adults and that he made inappropriate financial decisions.

Supreme Court sides with gas developers in Harrison County case

In a 3-2 split, the court said defendants Antero Resources’ and Hall Drilling’s operations were reasonably necessary to extract the gas.

Female empowerment, 2020 at core of Capito, Haley appearances

Former United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley stopped in Charleston on Monday.

Fleischauer stands behind school workers’ right to strike

She appeared on Monday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Justice aims at Michael Bloomberg and hits finances, education reform and Craig Blair

Controversies swirl around governor, and he says focus should be on Bloomberg.

Transfer portal phenomenon hardly unique to West Virginia

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Last week alone, the NCAA transfer portal seemed to surpass the PRT as the preferred method of transport to and from West Virginia’s campus. Three safeties entered the portal with the intention to transfer to another school, giving the impression of a mass exodus from WVU. But the door revolves both ways,

UPDATE: Berkeley Springs bank robber caught

It happened at City National Bank on June 4.

State Department of Education kicks off Summer Food Service Program for students

There are 450 sites offering free meals for children this summer.

Development mission to Far East reports progress

Commerce Secretary says China Energy is looking at up to 7 development projects in West Virginia in the energy sector

Dozens of municipal elections Tuesday in Mountain State

Residents will choose city and town leaders.

Police: Woman hit by car in Barboursville dies

Collision occurred Sunday night.

Senate Finance Chairman Blair says Governor Justice should resign

Blair: 'Jim Justice is an embarrassment to our state and should resign.'

Fatal crash in Clay County

Single vehicle crash happened Sunday.

Shawnee Sports Complex in running to host Quidditch tournaments

Facility officials have submitted bids to host regional and national championship events of U.S. Quidditch.

Justice’s ‘Trump’ card

Governor Jim Justice is suffering of a lot of slings and arrows right now. Almost daily, there are media reports about one or more of his family’s companies not paying bills, fines or taxes. Just last week, MetroNews’ Brad McElhinny reported that some of Justice’s personal property in Greenbrier County could be seized to satisfy