Day: July 17, 2019 Archives

WednesdayJuly 17, 2019

Manchin leads Democratic colleagues in pushing pension bill

Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., led Sens. Tim Kaine of Virginia, Sherrod Brown of Ohio, and Bob Casey of Pennsylvania in speaking about the American Miners Act.

New auditor will review diocese’s accounts

CLA LLP will be responsible for conducting the audit, as well as publishing a report on its fundings.

Doddridge has new field, high expectations entering 2019

Burnside excited about Bulldogs' home venue, roster.

Counsel: New data on drug shipments just the beginning

A federal judge on Monday allowed some information related to opioid shipments to be released.

Senate to meet in special session too

Governor to introduce additional legislation next week.

Magistrate decides not to advance criminal charges against former Richwood police chief

Magistrate finds no probable cause in Cogar case but charges against 3 others are advancing to grand jury.

NWS: Excessive heat expected later this week

Warning has been issued for more than a dozen counties.

Rich Rodriguez shares his regrets about Pitt loss, West Virginia exit

Former coach appears on "Three Guys Before the Game" podcast.

Judge denies motion to dismiss Governor Justice’s residency case

First set of discovery responses is due in a month.

Buckskin Council ready to host the world

Local Boy Scouts in Charleston will help World Jamboree staff welcome scouts from more than 130 countries feel at home in West Virginia

Manchin expresses frustration, skepticism over China natural gas deal

Senator says he can't get details about deal, worries that gas could just be shipped overseas.

Secretary of State: ‘We’re all vulnerable’ to cyberattacks

West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner was talking about preventative steps during a Wednesday stop in Harrison County.

“Wasping” is the new drug choice showing up in West Virginia

Boone County authorities say they are starting to find people using wasp and hornet spray to find their next high

Tamarack evacuated after gas leak detected

A malfunctioning pilot light appeared to be the source of the problem.

Martinsburg PD shuts down six drug houses, marks 53 since 2016

Efforts made possible by a 2016 ordinance.

More tough times ahead for coal

Coal continues to be a difficult business.  Environmental pressures, increased competition from natural gas and renewables, and market conditions mean it’s harder than ever for coal operators to stay in business. It’s not going to get any easier. Moody’s Investors Service earlier this month predicted that the demand for thermal coal from U.S. utilities will