Day: December 3, 2019 Archives

TuesdayDecember 3, 2019

National Guard members honored before deployment

The 157th Military Police Company, 771st Troop Command Battalion will be deployed to the Guantanamo Bay detention center in Cuba.

Recent bond sale generates around $750 million

Gov. Jim Justice announced the sale of $600 million worth of General Obligation State Road Bonds on Tuesday.

Caputo launches state Senate bid

Delegate Mike Caputo, D-Marion, is running for the seat currently being held by Senate Minority Leader Roman Prezioso, D-Marion.

Jenkins calls move from West Virginia State a ‘bittersweet decision’

Jenkins will become the next president of Coppin State University.

Super Six implements coaches’ challenges for first time

Coaches can challenge two plays throughout regulation and overtime.

Job creation is the focus of annual state Coding & Cyber Summit

A representative from Intuit was the keynote speaker.

WVU Medicine, Health Plan take a second look at proposed network deal

WVU Medicine says companies are better off together, but want to re-assess.

Teens hospitalized after apparent drug overdose at school

A student brought a bottle of pills from home ans shared them with classmates at Lewis County High School.

Carmichael supports W.Va. nondiscrimination bill but can’t guarantee it would pass

Senate president's primary opponent takes aim at proposed bill.

Drawdown of firefighters underway at Dry Hollow fire scene

Work to determine the cause of the fire that burned more than 1,200 acres in the Monongahela National Forest in Pendleton County continued on Tuesday.

CareSource MetroNews Week 14 Top Plays

Check out the best plays from the semifinal rounds of the high school football playoffs.

Bridgeport meets Bluefield in the playoffs for the third consecutive year

Bluefield has defeated Bridgeport in the semifinal round in back-to-back years.

Bids open Wednesday for Herbert Hoover HS work

Sen. Glenn Jeffries said it's an exciting time for the community.

US Senate confirms Brouillette as Energy secretary; Manchin, Capito vote for nomination

Dan Brouillette most recently was the department's deputy secretary.

Mr. Rogers—a hero for our time.

Here is an idea for a simple gift you can give yourself this holiday season: Go see the movie “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” The film is inspired by the relationship between Fred Rogers, the long-time host of a popular children’s TV show Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood, and Lloyd Vogel, a fictional character based on