Day: July 12, 2019 Archives

FridayJuly 12, 2019

Friends, community hold service honoring Chris and Kameron Cline

The ceremony was held at the Beckley-Raleigh County Convention Center.

10 people arrested in Jackson County warrant sweep

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office conducted a warrant sweep with assistance from federal authorities.

Deadly shooting under investigation in Mercer County

Timothy Paul Hager, 22, of Bluefield, is charged with second-degree murder.

Thompson embracing new challenge at Wyoming East

After leading Mount View to the state quarterfinals, Larry Thompson is set to lead Wyoming East this fall.

National Guard completes response and recovery in Randolph County

The efforts began after flooding on June 30.

WVU basketball notes: McCabe recovering nicely from knee surgery

Guard Jordan McCabe should be fresher this season after a knee surgery, plus other WVU basketball off-season updates from Bob Huggins.

State school board member regrets vote to give Paine pay increase

Debra Sullivan appeared on Friday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'

Moody’s says state’s revenues are credit positive

Rating agency notes record-setting revenue collections.

Roberts praises former UMWA president during bridge dedication

A sign is to be place on a I-77 bridge in Cabin Creek to remember former UMWA Arnold Miller.

Fayette authorities investigate shooting deaths

Authorities treating as murder-suicide.

High water cleanup underway in Follansbee, other parts of West Virginia after latest round of flash flooding

In some communities, more than two inches of rain fell Thursday in a short period of time.

Fairmont State president touring West Virginia to promote community, business partnerships

Martin made stops in Wierton, Wheeling, Moundsville, Bridgeport, Elkins, Fairmont and Martinsburg this week, meeting with local business owners, legislators, alumni and community members.

More cleanup after additional heavy rain; weekend forecast looks better

North central counties and northern panhandle counties hit this time.

Helicopter crash victims honored at Beckley vigil

Seven people died in the crash, including coal magnate Chris Cline.

The WVEA’s long shot to kill the education reform law

Opponents of charter schools were unable to stop the proposal in the Legislature, so they are now going to court. The West Virginia Education Association teachers’ union announced plans to sue the State over the passage of HB 206, the omnibus education reform bill that includes a provision that allows for a limited number of