In a foul-filled game at Texas Tech, it was ultimately West Virginia's defense that had no answer for Texas Tech.
Scott Tingler is serving for conspiracy to distribute controlled substances outside of the bounds of professional medical practice and filing a false tax return
U.S. Attorney Mike Stuart announced Wednesday that Kymonie Davis faces one count of being a felon in possession of ammunition.
Under Senate Bill 240, restaurants and commercial food establishments would be required to make grease traps more secure.
Investment fund could put West Virginia's stamp of approval on capital investment projects.
Mike Puskin appeared on Wednesday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'
CORPE looking for some help from lawmakers.
Board president says he is blindsided by move to surpass search process.
Committee rejects proposal to push back the chance to 2025.
MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Photos from Martinsburg’s 89-49 win over Jefferson. MHS head coach Dave Rogers collected his 775th career victory. (Photos courtesy of Christopher C. Davis/@EP_BigCameraGuy)
The Tigers are 1 of 4 unbeaten teams in West Virginia at 13-0.
Bob Huggins said his young team still needs to prove it is a real contender by earning a win in a hostile environment.
Police say two teens face a wide array of juvenile petitions over destruction of property.
Wildcats' senior will join Chapmanville's Obinna Anochili-Killen on Thundering Herd.
Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) was a guest on Wednesday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'
Greg Carey and Joe Brocato take a look around the state in Class AA basketball.
A report Senator Manchin could be one of the few Democrats favoring acquittal of President Trump in impeachment trial, Governor Justice defends President Trump and stands with Jerry Falwell Jr. to invite residents of Virginia to come on over to West Virginia, it’s day 22 of the Regular Legislative Session, fire destroys a Lincoln County
It will be a busy election year in West Virginia.
Cynics have often argued that members of the West Virginia Legislature can get away with anything. That was frustrated hyperbole. But now, perhaps they really can! First, the background. Marion County Democrat Delegate Mike Caputo got in trouble when, during last year’s session, he became angry over a controversial display at the Capitol. According to