Day: January 17, 2020 Archives

FridayJanuary 17, 2020

Chapmanville starts fast, holds off Poca, 45-40

Tigers ride Anochili-Killen to win over Dots.

Shady Spring erases 11-point second half deficit, stays perfect with 73-70 win over Bluefield

The Tigers get 35 combined points from freshmen Braden and Cole Chapman.

Capito files paperwork for re-election bid

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — U.S. Sen Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., is officially running for a second term. Capito submitted the necessary paperwork to be a candidate on the May primary ballot on Friday. Family members and supporters joined her at the Secretary fo State’s Office in Charleston. In a statement afterward, she spoke of her accomplishments

Cheatham: New PEIA Rainy Day Fund will be used in next budget year

PEIA executive director gives update to lawmakers.

Big 12 Power Index: Baylor catapults itself to the top of loaded league

With Big 12 play in full swing, we rank the league from top to bottom in the first MetroNews Power Index.

Names of victims released in Jefferson County double fatal

Wreck took place Thursday night near Charles Town.

Capitol dome project nears halfway mark

Lawmakers get an update on multi-million dollar job.

Photo gallery: Logan defeats Chapmanville, 72-61

LOGAN, W.Va. — Photos from Logan’s 72-61 win over Chapmanville at Willie Akers Arena. The Wildcats handed the Tigers their first loss against an in-state opponent in 54 games. (Photos courtesy of Boothe Davis/Captured by the Moment Photography)  

A blast of winter–in January

A range of winter precipitation expected this weekend, but forecasters say it won't stick around.

Strong efforts from Kinsey, West not enough in loss to Charlotte

Following latest defeat, Herd coach D'Antoni says others need to step up.

Independent voters continue to gain ground in WV

For the last two days, I’ve talked about the changing voter registration numbers of the Democratic and Republican Parties in West Virginia. Today, I’ll wrap it up with the independents. The West Virginia voters with no party affiliation have historically been a small minority. For example, in the 1940 election, just 8,765 registered voters were