Day: July 5, 2019 Archives

FridayJuly 5, 2019

Remembering Chris Cline

Those who knew the West Virginia native, billionaire coal executive and philanthropist who was killed with six other people, including one of his daughters, in a helicopter crash in the Bahamas talked about his life on MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Goals scored on and off field during U.S. Youth Soccer tournament in Kanawha Valley

The 260 team tournament had an estimated impact of more than $20 million.

Teenager drowns in New River

Park Service says boy was swimming with friends near Terry Friday morning.

Flash Flood Watch remains in numerous eastern counties through Friday night

Randolph County is among the counties under the watch.

Justice reflects on Cline’s life and legacy

The governor knew Cline years before both men became highly successful in business.

Coach: Charleston murder victim had potential off the court

Tre Gibson was a prominent high school athlete.

Former state umpire of the year Ron Whiting steps away after four decades

Whiting claimed the state's top officiating honor in 2018.

NASA’s Katherine Johnson continuing to influence young minds of West Virginia

NASA’s Independent Verification & Validation Facility was renamed Tuesday to honor the career of Greenbrier County native Katherine Johnson.

Bluefield’s Davis bound for Toledo

Davis is the second Bluefield senior to accept a Division 1 offer.

Politics are cutting into American pride

The Independence Day weekend is typically a time when we rally around the flag and celebrate the birth of the nation.  However, a new poll suggests a continued decline in American pride. The Gallup Poll found “Pride in the U.S. has hit its lowest point since Gallup’s first measurement in 2001.” Seventy percent of American