Day: June 19, 2019 Archives

WednesdayJune 19, 2019

Delegates pass omnibus education bill after a long, long day of debate

Bill now goes back to the Senate, which must go through voting process again.

Ohio man admits to traveling to Parkersburg for illegal sexual acts

Donald E. Ward pleaded guilty to charges related to the incident.

Study: WVU athletics generates more than $300 million annually for state

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – West Virginia University athletics means big money for Monongalia County and the state of West Virginia as a whole. According to a study released by athletic director Shane Lyons on Wednesday, the athletic program is responsible for an annual economic impact of $302.7 million to the state and $78.8 million to the

Man found guilty on 19 sexual abuse crimes

David Ball will be sentenced July 30.

Trump Jr. coming to Charleston for Justice fundraiser

Donald Trump Jr. will be in Charleston on Thursday for a fundraiser.

Events planned around the state for West Virginia Day

The state Culture Center will be the site of plenty of activities on Thursday,

CAMC, School of Osteopathic Medicine reach deal for medical school campus

The campus is expected to open in June 2020 with students beginning in July.

Yeager Airport officials excited as EMAS system, other projects near completion

$35 million in projects currenlty happening at the airport.

Arrest made in Parkersburg murder

Chester Lilly being held without bail.

Former West Virginia safety Derrek Pitts enrolls at Marshall

Two weeks after entering the NCAA transfer portal, former West Virginia defensive back Derrek Pitts has enrolled at Marshall. Thundering Herd athletics director Mike Hamrick confirmed the move Wednesday to WVMetroNews and The Dominion Post. Pitts and fellow safety Kenny Robinson were two projected defensive starters who transferred from WVU within the past month. A

Hedgesville High student 2019 West Virginia Scholar

Megan Meyer chosen for free ride to West Virginia Wesleyan.

Family run South Charleston manufacturing company celebrates 60 years

The company specializes in production of sight glasses.

Final rule filed on Trump’s Affordable Clean Energy plan

Measure changes Obama-era requirements for power plants, but may come so late the impact on coal might not be as dramatic

Coming off historic season, Webster County looks ahead

Gray preaching patience, but not selling Highlanders short.

Deadly crash in Putnam County

Wreck occurred Wednesday afternoon.

For 60 seconds each, speakers take aim at omnibus education bill

Most speakers describe concerns with charter schools provision.