Day: August 22, 2019 Archives

ThursdayAugust 22, 2019

Huntington police looking for Detroit man wanted on drug charges

Rudolph Jackson, of Detroit, faces drug charges after officers found multiple drugs and related paraphernalia,

Latest I-79 work north of Morgantown could end Friday evening

Contractor has been repair bridge approaches.

Brown: ‘A lot of unknowns’ heading into the season, but no worries

WVU head coach Neal Brown's comments come as the Mountaineers prepare for their Aug. 31 opener against the James Madison Dukes.

Braxton EMS director jailed on drug theft charges

Jamie Mathes allegedly caught injecting herself while on the job.

New bishop to Catholic Church: Move from painful past toward God

Bishop Mark Brennan installed to lead Wheeling-Charleston Diocese.

Ohio Valley lawmakers looking at all options to avoid ‘healthcare crisis’ with OVMC closure

Behavioral health and ER visits are the two main services of concern.

Outbreak of EHD in parts of West Virginia

A number of deer discovered dead in Summers, Greenbrier, and Monroe Counties

NR Police Officers Assn. announces State Fair contest winners

NRPO Association offered a friendly test at the recent State Fair of West Virginia to see who could most accurately judge the size of fish and game.

Putnam County unveils new student app

The StopIt app gives students in the county school system another way to "say something if they see something" and as well as report various other sensitive issues

Interactive map shows road work around West Virginia

Map is meant to give citizens better perspective on road work being done.

Man convicted of impersonating assistant federal prosecutor

He claimed he was on the staff of U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart---the same staff which is now putting him in prison for that claim.

Man killed in Harrison County fire

Thursday morning blaze under investigation.

Kanawha County doctor prepares to lead State Medical Association through ‘Year of Giving Back’

Dr. Sherri Young, the executive director of the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department, will be sworn in as the organization's president during this week's Healthcare Summit.

JoVanni Stewart happy to play a position that’s a natural fit

Necessity forced JoVanni Stewart to play linebacker last season, but now he's found the perfect fit heading into his senior year.

Bernie Sanders set to have rally in Morgantown

Sanders has visited Morgantown in past presidential runs.