Day: January 22, 2020 Archives

WednesdayJanuary 22, 2020

Ramaco Carbon announces supervisor for Wyoming, West Virginia operations

Christopher Yurchick will oversee Ramaco Carbon's research centers in the two states. The West Virginia facility is tentatively scheduled to open this spring in Charleston.

Marshall squanders 19-point lead, falls to Western Kentucky

Hilltoppers rally from 14 down at halftime to win 64-60 in first of two meetings with Herd this week.

Morrisey joins Republican AGs, asks US Senate to reject articles of impeachment

The attorneys general sent senators a letter on Wednesday, arguing the House of Representatives' charges lack evidence and are flawed,

Legislators receive plea to continue help for West Virginia grandparents raising children

With 7,000 West Virginia children in foster care, more and more grandparents are raising them.

Man arrested for November Morgantown shooting

Jaja Kiambu Fitzpatrick, 47, was taken into custody.

How suspensions for Kansas-Kansas State brawl will affect WVU games

Both Kansas and Kansas State will be short-handed when they come to West Virginia after brawling.

Elliott files for reelection as Wheeling mayor, looks back on first term

Elliott is proud of work and believes more needs to be done.

Wriston: ‘Doing everything we possibly can’ on road slips and slides

Jimmy Wriston, the Department of Transportation's deputy secretary, spoke before the Senate Finance Committee.

Lottery revenues strong through first half of fiscal year

On-track for another billion dollar sales year.

Marshall welcomes Hilltoppers as it tries to reach .500 mark

Herd, Hilltoppers set for first of two meetings this week.

Arrest made in Mingo County shooting death

Alleged shooter released on property bond.

Sudden show of offense adds a layer to Gabe Osabuohien’s game

West Virginia's hustling defensive specialist is adding a side of scoring to his game.

Charleston police following up in tips in assault rifle shooting

Detectives say resident has been through a house shooting once before.

Antler scores grow in popularity in West Virginia

DNR personnel certified as official Boone and Crockett and Pope and Young scorers expect to measure a lot of antler this weekend at the West Virginia Hunting and Fishing Show in Charleston.

W.Va. senators pass resolution calling for convention of states

House would still need to pass resolution, and many more states would have to get on board.

Cabell Midland girls retain lead in MetroNews Power Index

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Cabell Midland remains the leader in the second release of the MetroNews Girls Basketball Power Index. The Knights (12-0) are the only unbeaten team remaining in Class AAA. Wheeling Park (13-1) follows closely behind in second. Class AA teams make up the rest of the top five. Frankfort (11-1) is third. North

Boyes sentenced to five more years for jail escape

Boyes was caught at the Mexico border after leaving the South Central Regional Jail.

Cabell Midland boys surge to top of MetroNews Power Index

The Knights are the only unbeaten Class AAA team at 11-0.

Here’s how to get rid of an anti-business tax in WV

The West Virginia State Senate has started work on what may turn out to be the most controversial legislation this session—the effort to get rid of the property tax on manufacturing inventory, machinery and equipment. This is a burdensome anti-business tax that punishes investment in new equipment and discourages companies from maintaining inventory in the