Day: July 1, 2019 Archives

MondayJuly 1, 2019

Woman dies in possible accidental shooting

West Virginia State Police are continuing its investigation.

Finalists for Teacher of the Year announced

The 2020 Teacher of the Year will be announced in September.

Judges identified in ‘Obamacare’ lawsuit appeal

Oral arguments are scheduled for July 9.

Scouts from half of NFL, Raiders GM on hand for Marcus Simms’ pro day

NFL teams are showing interest in former West Virginia wide receiver Marcus Simms, who put on a private workout for them on Monday.

GOP’s Potter names six new members to committee; all support removal of elected chairman

Six of those who signed the petition were freshly named to the county executive committee on West Virginia Day.

$4 million federal grant to fund IT apprenticeship programs in W.Va.

Capito joined Sarah Tucker and U.S. Secretary of Labor Alexander Acosta for the announcement on Monday.

Preston County: Flash flooding brought rapid rise of Cheat River

21 people part of swift-water rescues Sunday.

‘Massive amount of water’ leaves flash flooding damage in northeastern West Virginia mountain counties

"There's water where I have never seen water before my life," said Delegate Cody Thompson (D-Randolph, 43).

Guard sends advance teams into flooded areas

Reports will determine if additional resources needed.

Harman resident rides out the storm in the elements

Don Smith of Harman, W.Va. sat for two hours on a hillside in the dark, to escape the rising water around his home along Horsecamp Run in Randolph County.

Gallery: Harman takes a hit in Randolph County

High mountain communities left devastated by sudden flash flood

Family camping trip turns into a nightmare along Dry Fork

Family is forced out of their tents and into the driving rain as a flash flood overtook their campsite and nearly swept them away in Sunday's training storm cells

The water came out of nowhere

Seneca Rocks family had to scramble to save what they could as waters rose out of nowhere.

Bartic: Fairmont Senior ‘not lacking motivation to get back to Wheeling’

Polar Bears moving forward without storied class of 2018.

Man killed in Martinsburg shooting, suspect arrested in Virginia

It happened Friday at a home on Rosewood Avenue.

Warner speaks at conference on combating election inference

Secretary of State Mac Warner appeared at the National Association of Secretaries of State Summer Conference in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Look below the surface of the education bill

If you only paid attention to the hyperventilated debate, you would think that Republicans and Governor Jim Justice were gutting public education and undermining teachers.  However, the education reform bill, which has now been signed into law by Justice,  is chock-full of often overlooked or less-well publicized improvements to our school system.   Frankly, there are