Day: July 14, 2019 Archives

SundayJuly 14, 2019

Wood County crash claims life

Wreck happened Saturday evening.

Gov. Justice, family praised for Virginia conservation decision

It's property the governor owed back taxes on earlier this year.

Groundbreaking for new Nicholas County schools projected for November

Nicholas County Schools Superintendent Donna Burge-Tetrick spoke last week to the state Board of Education about the timeline for new institutions,

All systems go for World Scout Jamboree

Scouts from more than 150 countries will arrive next week for the 24th World Scout Jamboree in Fayette County.

Despite occasional barbs, WVU players find social media worth it

People can get ugly on social media -- but several West Virginia players believe the benefit of interacting with fans is worth that cost.

DOH crews set to begin repair efforts after flash flooding

Flash flooding on June 29 and 30 resulted in multiple problems related to roads, including slippages.

Capito, Bernhardt among those touring Canaan Valley facility

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito and Interior Secretary David Bernhardt will take part in a tour at the Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge on Monday.

Charleston man admits to killing wife

Frank Jay Cantley, 44, of Charleston, first told officers his wife had overdosed.

Trial to begin Monday for Harrison County murder charge

Anthony James "A.J." Williams, 33, of Clarksburg, pleaded innocent to a charge of second-degree murder.

Thousands turn out for annual southern W.Va. charity auto fair

Proceeds benefit Hospice of Southern West Virginia.

FCC chairman vows relief is on the way with robocalls

The FCC is working on a new caller ID authentication framework.