Day: July 19, 2019 Archives

FridayJuly 19, 2019

Man originally charged in wife’s death dies from overdose

Frank Cantley originally said his wife died of an overdose.

Justice revises session proclamation, wants multiple measures considered next week

The House of Delegates will convene next Monday, and the Senate will return the following day.

State warns of illness in rhododendrons

Plants sold at Rural King stores across the state have confirmed cases of a Phytophthora ramorum.

AARP grant program chooses 2 West Virginia projects

Community recreation projects included.

FSHS’ Washenitz nets WVU & Virginia Tech offers

The Fairmont Senior rising sophomore earned two Power 5 conference offers last week.

Bransfield disciplined by Pope Francis

Brief communication follows investigation into former bishop's behavior.

Huntington Mayor Steve Williams plans to run for another term

"I still have a lot of work to finish," Mayor Steve Williams told MetroNews after returning from his first round of training as part of the Bloomberg Harvard City Leadership Initiative.

Justice settles millions in out-of-state debt claims

Two recent settlements were the latest in a series.

Wyoming County man charged in fatal shooting of girlfriend

A possible motive for the shooting has not been disclosed.

Tractor-trailer incident shuts down I-68

The incident happened on exit 10 between Bruceton Mills and Sabraton.

Paper provides shocking numbers on the opioid crisis

Many stories about the opioid epidemic are about people, and that’s logical. That approach is meaningful because it humanizes the crisis, it puts a face on addiction that is easier to relate to. But this story is about numbers, and for good reason.  To more fully understand the drug epidemic in our state and the