Day: June 26, 2019 Archives

WednesdayJune 26, 2019

Three Guys Before The Game – Bill Kirelawich (Part 1)

Colorful, opinionated, and one-hundred percent Mountaineer.

‘God was watching over Charleston’; Goodwin reflects with neighbors on tornado

Goodwin went on a welfare check of citizens without power while surveying the damage on Wednesday.

St. Albans pitcher Ayden Hodges commits to Marshall

Hodges was the winning pitcher in the Class AAA state championship game.

Tornado’s path impacted Kanawha County emergency alert

Planned redundancies covered any delay.

Lottery renews licenses for 5 casinos

Operations check out financially to offer betting for another year.

Power is restored at West Virginia Capitol following storm

Buildings 1 and 3, the Governor's Mansion, and the Culture Center have been restored.

West Virginia announces kickoff time for opener against James Madison

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — The Neal Brown era of West Virginia football will begin in sunlight — weather permitting, of course. The Mountaineers will kick off their 2019 season against FCS opponent James Madison at 2 p.m. on Aug. 31. The game will be televised by AT&T SportsNet Pittsburgh. The Dukes are ranked No. 2 in

Arrests made in connection with Morgantown shooting

Victim shot Wednesday morning at Morgantown Motel.

NWS: Multiple lifts, touch downs during Kanawha County tornado

"The overall speed of the line as it was coming through was about 50 miles per hour," said Nick Webb, a National Weather Service meteorologist.

Appalachian Power makes progress on outage repairs

Crews make faster progress than what was expected, but the level of damage to lines and poles was severe according to company officials

Senate president says GOP chairwoman went too far by removing critical county chairman

Potter cites ongoing criticism, bylaws to remove elected Wood County chairman.

Dingess not lowering expectations at Spring Valley

'Our kids expect to win every week.'