Day: July 15, 2019 Archives

MondayJuly 15, 2019

Marshall University receives grant for heart work

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services is providing the funding.

Caretaker charged after alleged incident in Clarksburg bathroom

Jacob Willard is charged with abuse or neglect of an incapacitated adult.

2 people arrested after allegedly snorting heroin, driving with child in car

Timothy Caserta and Chelsea Calloway were arrested on Saturday.

Williams enters plea deal on June 2018 beating

Anthony James Williams, 33, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter.

Lincoln Riley has no regrets over how he handled Austin Kendall transfer

Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley has no regrets over how he handled Austin Kendall's request for immediate eligibility at West Virginia.

Morgantown slowing pace of annexation plans

MORGANTOWN – With questions concerning the city of Morgantown’s proposed annexation plan piling up every day and definitive answers to those questions in short supply, it appears the city is ready to pump the brakes on moving the plan forward along the timeline initially presented to city council. “We’re going to be stepping back and

Mason County residents to benefit from new transit service

County commission president says long-discussed service now available.

New class in H.S. hoops brings changes to state tourney schedule

With 7 games added, state tournament will expand to a 5-day event.

House will meet in special session next week but Senate won’t

Delegates to deal with some budget-related bills.

U.S. Interior Secretary visits Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge

Secretary David Bernhardt toured the under-construction headquarters and visitor center site in Davis on Monday with U.S. Senator Joe Manchin and U.S. Senator Shelley Moore Capito.

WV GOP issues heat up with notice of lawsuit and letter asking chairwoman to resign

New members are named to Kanawha GOP committee, over protests.

Woman dies in Weirton fire

Blaze happened early Sunday morning.

Neal Brown to make Big 12 media days debut as season creeps closer

Media days are here, which means football season isn't too far away. Here are some of the biggest questions facing Big 12 coaches this year.

Congress’s missed chance to fix immigration/border security

Today’s debate over immigration has devolved into overly simplistic catchphrases, like “build the wall” and radical proposals such as the elimination of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE). The flood of illegals into the country and the dramatic increase in those seeking asylum have created chaos at the border, overwhelming security forces and the agencies responsible