Day: July 18, 2019 Archives

ThursdayJuly 18, 2019

WVU football notes: Brown talks Europe, scholarship numbers

Neal Brown discusses recruiting Europe, West Virginia's scholarship situation, the wait for a pair of potential late enrollees and more.

Charleston, Kanawha County offices offer resources to escape heat

The National Weather Services has issued excessive heat warnings for 16 counties.

Cabell summer meals pass 30,000

Program next looking at mobile offerings.

Ohio-based drug wholesaler, West Virginia pharmacists indicted in connection with opioid crisis

Indictments allege millions of pills supplied to fill suspicious orders.

Morgantown mayor talks annexation on WAJR

MORGANTOWN – During a candid interview on WAJR’s Talk of the Town with Dave & Sarah, Morgantown Mayor Bill Kawecki discussed a number of issues related to the city’s proposal to annex 3.8 square miles through a minor boundary adjustment request. The conversation covered a range of topics and Kawecki attempted to provide answers to basic

Raleigh County daycare worker charged with child abuse

The alleged incident occurred in June.

People may see pain pill influx at local level with interactive based on DEA database

Information comes from a database maintained by the Drug Enforcement Administration.

West Virginia prepares for a scorcher

Like much of the mid-west and East Coast, the heat wave will be intense in West Virginia Friday, Saturday, and part of Sunday, with the exception of the high mountains

Warner urges caution with FaceApp

Secretary of State says there are security concerns.

Judge rules Blankenship’s lawsuit over campaign should stay in federal court, not Mingo County

Judge concludes Blankenship doesn't live in Mingo County, or West Virginia.

Logan County teen discovers elk shed on Tomblin WMA

Chase Herndon made the find while shed hunting this week, but followed the law and instead of keeping it took state officials to the site so they could recovery it as part of the elk management program.

New dad T.J. Simmons also filling new role for West Virginia offense

It did not take long for wide receiver T.J. Simmons to make a strong impression on West Virginia coach Neal Brown.

Rich Rod’s Regrets

Rich Rodriguez is the most polarizing sports figure in the state’s history. Over seven seasons (2001-2007) the Grant Town native and WVU graduate, led his alma mater to 60 wins against just 26 losses, consistent top 25 rankings, a historic Sugar Bowl victory over Georgia, and to the brink of a national championship game. Mountaineer