Day: July 16, 2019 Archives

TuesdayJuly 16, 2019

West Virginia seniors still embracing roles in likely rebuilding season

Even with West Virginia's focus on rebuilding for the future under its first-year head coach, seniors are embracing the chance to leave a legacy.

Murder charge against Charleston man dropped

Frank Jay Cantley, 44, told police he killed Stephanie Cantley over the weekend at their Tinder Avenue home.

Warrant issued for former Lincoln County non-profit CEO

Brian Crist served as chief executive officer of Lincoln County Primary Care Center Inc. between 2001 and 2018.

Senate Energy Committee approves bill on studying storage hub

The Department of Energy would have to conduct a study on the effects of a possible ethane storage hub in Appalachia.

W.Va. House names new leaders of Education Committee

Ellington, Higginbotham take over Education Committee.

West Virginia’s House members vote against resolution condemning Trump

The House passed the resolution in a 240-187 vote.

Werdebaugh eager for challenges that await at Notre Dame

First-year Irish coach has worked with a thin roster previously.

Preliminary hearings in Richwood investigation set for Wednesday

If hearings are waived charges would go to grand jury.

Troopers warn of scam involving demands made in email

Troopers concerned how elderly may handle threats.

Brown preaches patience in first Big 12 media day appearance

West Virginia coach Neal Brown's message remained consistent in his first showing at Big 12 media days.

W.Va. National Guard ready for its role in World Scout Jamboree

West Virginia National Guard will provide security and safety for the upcoming event in Fayette County.

Congressional delegation reacts to Trump’s comments

Vote on a resolution happened Tuesday evening.

Blackhawk Mining says restructuring will make them stronger

Company says restructuring debt will help them take advantage of robust opportunities which currently exist.

Youth coach in Raleigh County accused of molesting team member

The suspect reportedly admitted to the crimes.

Big 12: Flashing Horns Down is fine — except for when it isn’t

The Big 12 attempted to clarify when flashing the Horns Down sign should and shouldn't be called a penalty.

GOP’s Potter says removing elected county chairman was emergency, rifts have been overblown

GOP chairwoman breaks silence with statewide radio appearance.

Our orbit of outrage

We’re approaching the 50th anniversary of the moon landing. Neil Armstrong’s “one small step” onto the lunar surface was indeed a “giant leap for mankind.” The successful Apollo 11 mission in July 1969 is one of the great achievements in history, a dramatic nexus of technology and human will.  The mission was a grand culmination

Big 12 notebook: Les Miles addresses Pooka Williams reinstatement

A look at some of the more memorable moments from Day 1 of Big 12 media days.