Day: January 6, 2020 Archives

MondayJanuary 6, 2020

Putback slam lifts North Marion past Fairmont Senior, 45-43

Praise Chukwudozie's rebound and slam keeps North Marion perfect at 6-0.

Goodwin uses State of the City to note positivity, change in Charleston

Charleston Mayor Amy Goodwin said through the work of city leaders and her administration, they have created "positive momentum of change."

Child welfare bills get a legislative preview

Lawmakers say bills need work before being considered in regular session.

Herbert Hoover groundbreaking postponed due to weather

Kanawha County school was destroyed in June 2016 flood.

Dunn-Martin’s connection with Dambrot helps him flourish at Duquesne

Former Huntington High standout settles in as Dukes' starting point guard.

Warner examines decision to eliminate Soleimani

W.Va. Secretary of State, who has extensive background in Middle East affairs, believes decision to eliminate Iranian military leader was the correct call.

Clergy members from across West Virginia show support for Fairness Act

Fairness West Virginia held a press conference on Monday with clergy.

Southern and Central counties in line for snowfall on Tuesday

Winter weather advisory issued for southern coalfields and central mountains

West Virginia heads to Oklahoma State looking to avoid 0-2 Big 12 start

West Virginia and Oklahoma State are each trying to avoid falling behind the rest of the Big 12 just two games into the season.

Car crashes into Huntington pizza shop during police pursuit

Flames could be seen coming from restaurant after crash.

Goodwin set for State of the City address in Charleston

She was sworn into office last January.

Biden to miners: Learn how to code

Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden said coal miners worried about losing their jobs should learn how to write computer code. Now, why didn’t we think of that? Biden told a rally in Derry, New Hampshire that “Anybody who can go down 3,000 feet in a mine can sure as hell learn to program as well…