Day: July 22, 2019 Archives

MondayJuly 22, 2019

Brown fondly recalls athleticism of college teammate Jared Lorenzen

ARLINGTON, Texas — For football fans, Jared Lorenzen was unlike anything seen before or since. He was a left-handed quarterback squeezed into a nose tackle’s body that was somehow attached to a ballerina’s feet. To top it off, he was directing an Air Raid offense when it was still a newfangled look that hadn’t taken

Only 2 years removed from playing, Long set to coach WVU Tech

Huggins on hand for introduction of Golden Bears' new coach.

Amber Alert issued; child in ‘extreme danger’

The alert was issued around 6:45 p.m. on Monday.

Rainstorm gets Jamboree off to a good start for Boone County, Italian scouts

Groups met each other under a canopy for breakfast.

Expansion, realignment of Route 2 planned with $10 million federal grant

Plans would free-up room along Ohio River for development.

House paves way for future “Roads to Prosperity” bond issuance

Resolutions head to state Senate for consideration Tuesday.

International scouts getting first glimpse of U.S. through West Virginia lens

The 24th World Scout Jamboree is at the Summit Bechtel Reserve through August 2.

Lawmakers consider a break for struggling power plant

Pleasants Power Station is asking for $12.5 million annual relief on its business and occupation tax.

Summit, West Virginia opens doors as World Scout Jamboree begins

The Boy Scouts of America is co-hosting the event with Canada and Mexico's scouting programs.

DUI with death charge after Harrison County crash

Meadowbrook man charged following girlfriend's death.

Human remains discovered in Raleigh County

The remains were located near Beckley.

Teenager pleads guilty in Charleston shooting death

Charges against Gregory Tyler White were transferred to adult status.

Charleston, UC’s WVDII partner to expand services for substance use disorder

The partnership will expand the Quick Response Team program.

McGrew makes most of opportunities overseas and in G-League

Talented forward recently wrapped up play for Utah in NBA's Summer League.

Trump tweets about West Virginia

President says state practically shut down when he moved into the White House.

The Scouting world comes to West Virginia

It is not often that West Virginia can be at the epicenter of a global event, but that is exactly what is happening for the next two weeks as the Mountain State hosts the 24th World Scout Jamboree. An estimated 45,000 Scouts and leaders from over 150 countries are gathering at the Summit Bechtel Reserve