Day: July 3, 2019 Archives

WednesdayJuly 3, 2019

New report raises questions about when Catholic Church learned of allegations against Bransfield

The Washington Post reported Wednesday concerns from parishioners began in 2012.

US Justice Department files supplemental brief in ‘Obamacare’ lawsuit

Multiple Republican-led states, including West Virginia, are aguing the health care law is unconstitutional.

Kanawha Emergency Management teaches fireworks safety at demo

Use of fireworks is not recommended by Kanawha Emergency Management.

Greenbrier County police chief suspended following video showing assault

Chief J.R Byer Jr. is on paid administrative leave.

Walker, Martinsburg in familiar territory this summer

Bulldogs coming off third straight title, seventh in nine seasons.

Putnam County shooter enjoys the long shot

Dave Powell is hoping his skills beyond 100 yards with a bow will pay off this summer with a new ride.

Update: Woman killed in NC explosion identified as Beckley doctor’s wife

Rania Karam was killed in the explosion that injured her husband, Dr. Jebran Karam.

Seneca Rocks Discovery Center reopens after flash flooding

Additional storms are possible during the Independence Day Holiday Weekend.

Weekly H.S. football top games for 2019 season

The high school football season opens on August 26th.

UPDATE: Victim named in South Charleston homicide

The incident occured on Wednesday morning.

Martinsburg Police: 23 month-old injured in hit-and-run

It happened Monday evening on South Kentucky Avenue.

Three Guys Before The Game – Bill Kirelawich (Part 2)

The title game, the 1996 defense, and Rich Rod's future.

What Founding Father John Adams missed about Independence Day

(Editor’s note:  This is a commentary I wrote a few years ago and post every year at this time.) John Adams’s letter to his wife Abigail was filled with enthusiasm, but also carried a tone of foreboding.  It was July 1776 and revolution was in the air among the delegates at the meeting of the

3 inmates at regional jails die over weekend

The deaths happened between June 28 and June 30.

West Virginia’s 2019 football season won’t be written in the stars

With virtually every star player from last season's team in an NFL training camp, West Virginia will look for a different way to win in 2019.