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Day: January 28, 2020 Archives

TuesdayJanuary 28, 2020

Bancroft’s 31 points key Titans to win over Doddridge County

Gilmer County outscores Bulldogs 36-21 after halftime to win comfortably.

Parkersburg wins home opener and hands CMHS second loss, 63-49

The Big Reds improve to 11-5 with a quality MSAC win.

WVU basketball notebook: Huggins says Matthews is fine after scary fall

Emmitt Matthews won't miss any time after a scary tumble, plus other WVU basketball notes.

Hanshaw responds with door rules after decision in Caputo case

Speaker says members won't be held out during opening exercises.

Virginia migration invitation gets a boost from West Virginia Governor Justice

Justice appears with Jerry Falwell Jr. in Martinsburg.

Class AAA basketball midseason update

Take a look at how things stand as the high school basketball season turns to February.

Make-A-Wish grants Huntington girl’s wish for 16th birthday cruise

Funding from the Trusted Choice Independent Insurance Agents of West Virginia will help pay for the trip.

Life sentence handed down for Mercer County murder and decapitation

Mercer County Prosecuting Attorney George Sitler said meth fueled the violent crime.

MetroNews This Morning 1-28-20

A Virginia woman who decapitated a man in Mercer County gets life in prison, no trial date and little common ground after a court hearing on a suit against opioid distributors, misdemeanor charges against Marion County Delegate Mike Caputo are dismissed, plans are solidified to move ahead with a flood wall for Milton, and in

Customers’ growing frustrations with Frontier Communications

The West Virginia Public Service Commission has a thick file on Frontier Communications. The PSC, which regulates public utilities in the state, received nearly 2,000 complaints about Frontier just last year. The customers were upset about the quality of phone and internet service from Frontier.* West Virginia customers are not alone. An investigation by the