Day: February 3, 2020 Archives

MondayFebruary 3, 2020

Kanawha County children OK after leaving home

Kanawha County authorities found 11-year-old Lucas Holmes, 9-year-old Delaney Holmes and 8-year-old Kaylena Holmes after they went missing Monday morning.

Wheeling Park’s perimeter play key in 67-48 win over University

Woods, Roby combine for eight three-points and 40 points.

Senate banking committee passes pre-existing conditions bill

The West Virginia Healthcare Continuity Act would prohibit health insurance companies from excluding people because of a pre-existing condition.

Strong start, clutch free throw shooting lift South Charleston past Winfield, 51-47

The Black Eagles hand Winfield just their second loss of the season.

Former HOPE Clinic doctor pleads guilty to prescription fraud

William Earley faces up to 10 years in prison.

Manchin suggests censuring Trump as impeachment trial nears end

U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., spoke Monday following closing arguments in the impeachment trial.

Part of I-70 Westbound in Wheeling officially closed for next nine months

Wheeling PIO Philip Stahl said the detour traffic flow will be studied.

West Virginia announces date, time for spring football game

WVU's annual spring game will take place on April 18.

WVU reviewing impact of coronavirus

Some travel has already been postponed.

Mountaineers fall one spot in AP Poll, maintain position in Coaches Poll

In a wild week of college basketball, there wasn't much movement for West Virginia in the polls.

Update: Runaway kids found okay near caregiver’s home

Video footage showed kids walked away early Monday morning.

Lawmakers urge focus on West Virginia child welfare

DHHR leaders present budget to House Finance Committee.

Photo gallery: WVU defeats Iowa State, 79-71

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Photo gallery from WVU’s 79-71 win over Iowa State on Sunday afternoon at the Coliseum. For highlights and a game recap: Click Here (Photos courtesy of Teran Malone)  

Sentencing phase in Berkeley County mother’s murder case begins Tuesday

A jury will decided if Julie Orellana receives mercy or not.

Students, advisors of RAZE West Virginia discuss problems and solutions for tobacco use

The group had its annual Tobacco Free Day at the Capitol complex.

‘Absolutely necessary’ night operations will continue at Huntington Tri-State Airport

Brent Brown, the director of Huntington Tri-State Airport, welcomed news that the Federal Aviation Administration will not be cutting air traffic control tower hours.

Woman identified in fatal Kanawha County wreck

It was a single vehicle accident on I-79.