Day: January 23, 2020 Archives


ThursdayJanuary 23, 2020

Starn shines late to help Fairmont Senior overcome Lincoln, 52-44

Polar Bears outscore Cougars 13-4 over final four minutes.

Elkins business owner sentenced to six months in prison

Rocky Tingler pleaded guilty in July 2019 to a count each of false statement on personal tax return and failure to pay over employment taxes.

West & Goodman combine for 60 points as Notre Dame defeats Trinity

The Irish sweep the regular season series from their sectional rivals.

Marshall looking into hate graffiti incidents on campus

Three incidents have been reported this month.

Trend of vaping among West Virginia youth increasing at “alarming” rate

State says 1 in every 3 high school kids use e-cigarettes.

33rd West Virginia Hunting and Fishing show this weekend

It's the biggest hunting and fishing show of it's kind, designed to cater to West Virginia's enjoyment of the outdoors.

West Virginia offensive lineman Tyler Thurmond in transfer portal

With no immediate path to playing time available, a WVU offensive lineman will transfer.

Williamstown’s Fred Sauro to coach in McDonald’s All-American Game

The all-star game is April 1st in Houston, Texas.

Senators want alternatives to ‘top down’ approach to child welfare

But lawmakers say they're concerned that many who are affected by the system are afraid to speak up.

WVU, Pitt to once again bring Backyard Brawl to PNC Park

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — For the second straight season, West Virginia and Pitt will renew their rivalry in a Major League-setting. The Mountaineers and Panthers will face off at PNC Park on Wednesday, April 29. “The Pirates are thrilled to have another opportunity to host these two great baseball programs at PNC Park,” said Pirates president

Goodwin taking in, sharing as much information as possible at mayors conference

Goodwin just surpassed one year in office in Charleston.

Todorovich: Improvements continue in Homeland Security, Emergency Management

Director appears before House Finance Committee, announces retirement plans.

Wyoming County Superintendent vows to get to the bottom of racial incident

Deidre Cline says the investigation is widening into an incident where a basketball player at one county high school was the target of a racial threat by somebody from the county's other high school.

PSC chair ‘not satisfied’ with Frontier service; Management audit report due in March

National reports have indicated Frontier is preparing to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

U.S. Marshals take Charleston murder suspect into custody in Virginia

Spencer had been wanted for April West Side shooting.

MetroNews This Morning 1-23-20

Start your day with a quick rundown of West Virginia's news, sports, weather and more.

Public vaping, e-cigarette ban approved in Cabell County

"We want to be able to protect the public as much as we can," said Elizabeth Adkins, public information officer for the Cabell-Huntington Health Department.