Day: September 24, 2019 Archives

TuesdaySeptember 24, 2019

Man leads authorities on multi-state pursuit

According to Cabell County authorities, Matthew Taylor stole a truck in Huntington and led police into Lawrence County, Ohio.

Morgantown council hears comments on proposed inclusion policy changes

City council will vote on the proposal at its Oct. 1 meeting.

West Virginia’s congressional delegation responds to impeachment inquiry

The Republican members of West Virginia's congressional delegation are criticizing Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and congressional Democrats.

Baldwin, Jeffries request improvements to flood committee

Sens. Stephen Baldwin, D-Greenbrier, and Glenn Jeffries, D-Putnam, sent a letter to committee leaders about common concerns from constituents and how the committee can address the issues.

Robertson to retire from Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center

General manager John Robertson's last day will be Oct. 23.

WVSSAC HS Football Playoff Ratings: Week 4

Cabell Midland, Fairmont Senior and Pendleton County are No. 1 in their respective classes.

State, Hungary sign economic MOU

Gov. Justice says this is different than China Energy deal.

Eagerly or not, Huggins ready to start West Virginia’s basketball season

Bob Huggins isn't projecting excitement, but there's little doubt he's ready for a new basketball season to begin.

Deadly 24-hours in Lincoln County; 3 people killed in separate collisions

Victims include Lincoln County High School student.

Huntington police release more information on officer-involved deadly shooting

Authorities say person part of hostage incident fired at police.

DHHR official says foster care children runaway numbers “alarming”

Reported runaways on pace to exceed last year's numbers.

West Virginia offensive lineman Josh Sills to miss remainder of season

The Mountaineers will be without one of their top offensive linemen for the rest of 2019.

Warner encourages voters to verify registration ahead of elections

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Additional measures being considered for next in series of broadband expansion bills

Draft legislation could be ready for review during November interim meetings for lawmakers ahead of the start of the regular session in January.

Division of Forestry clarifies modifications to burning ban

Open fires allowed in National and State Park camping areas inside fire pits, but that is not the case for private campgrounds or back yards.

Matchup on Miner Mountain leads strong Class AA slate in Week 5

Poca-Mingo Central is the best matchup on the board in Class AA.

CareSource MetroNews Week 4 Top Plays

Check out the best plays from around West Virginia high school football in Week 4.