Day: January 3, 2020 Archives

FridayJanuary 3, 2020

Photo gallery: Cabell Midland moves to 8-0 with 72-61 win over Winfield

ONA, W.Va. — Photo gallery from Cabell Midland’s 72-61 win over Winfield. (Photos courtesy of John Hagley Photography)   Cabell Midland (8-0): Rylie Allie – 16 points Autumn Lewis – 15 points Jayda Allie – 14 points Jazmyn Wheeler – 10 points

Metheny sets scoring record, University takes Rd. 1 vs. Morgantown 49-46

K.J. McClurg nets 23 as the Hawks hand Morgantown their first loss.

UPDATE: Interstate 64 back open following afternoon wreck

Tractor trailer leaking leaking diesel fuel near Dunbar exit.

West Virginia lawmakers react to Soleimani’s death

Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's Quids Forces, died in an American airstrike.

Democratic states, US House urge Supreme Court to consider lower court ‘Obamacare’ ruling

A Democratic coalition of states and the U.S. House of Representatives are asking the U.S. Supreme Court to quickly review a recent judicial decision on former President Barack Obama's health care law.

West Virginia, Big 12 foes ready to begin wide-open conference race

A look at how this year's Big 12 contenders stack up at the opening of conference play.

Blake Seiler accepts defensive coordinator position at ODU

Recruiting coordinator Casey Smithson also leaving West Virginia for Houston.

Strong fourth quarter lifts Chapmanville past Wheeling Park in CRC

Obinna Anochili-Killen posts a double-double as the Tigers win their 6th game in a row.

West Virginia budget unlikely to be a battle for once

Revenue Secretary Hardy projects 'flat' budget, and lawmakers agree.

Old Christmas trees to become new fish habitat

The DNR and DEP will have their annual tree collection points in Charleston and Bridgeport this weekend

Charleston PD gains four new officers

The officer begin training on Monday.

New grant money will support students in in-demand programs at WVU Parkersburg & Blue Ridge CTC

Arnold Ventures has chosen West Virginia for a nearly $4.2 million, six-year grant to fund 'strong wraparound services' for students.

Lyons says ESPN+ viewing will come with ‘growing pains’

First of 5 games this season on subscription streaming service comes Saturday at Kansas.

Thundering Herd handle Rice in league opener

Marshall stays hot with 20-point win.

Justice unlikely to propose 3rd year of pay raises

Do not expect Governor Jim Justice to propose a pay raise for school teachers, staff and state workers when he delivers his State of the State address at the Capitol Wednesday. West Virginia Department of Revenue Secretary Dave Hardy said on Talkline Thursday that the state’s finances just do not support an increase. “We have