Day: February 4, 2020 Archives


TuesdayFebruary 4, 2020

Pennsylvania man arrested in Morgantown

Guerau Bernat Cabrera, 41, was wanted for multiple alleged actions.

Chapmanville avenges earlier loss to Logan, 60-55

The Tigers hold on despite missing Obinna Anochili-Killen in the second half.

Solar power bill doesn’t move at light speed in coal-focused West Virginia

Bill would allow expedited applications to provide solar power.

Senate Education Committee approves ‘Tim Tebow bill’

The "Tim Tebow bill" is back before the state Legislature after the House of Delegates voted against the legislation last year.

Senate will vote on whether state should guide big tourism projects in small W.Va. towns

Senate Government Organization Committee passes 'Tourism Development Districts' bill.

Major donation will allow WVU to replace antiquated Coliseum seats

WVU Coliseum will potentially become a more comfortable place to sit starting next season.

Guard deployment bill could be a committee agenda soon in House

Bill nearly discharged to judiciary committee during Tuesday's floor session.

Religious freedom bill moves through House Education Committee

Bill would protect many of the student's rights.

Wheeling Park leaps to top of MetroNews Girls Basketball Power Index

The Patriots are tops among Class AAA teams with 18 wins.

FEMA funding for 2016 flood in W.Va. crosses 90/10 threshold

The contribution rate from state or other non-federal entities to damages to public infrastructure is now 10 percent rather than 25 percent

Putnam, other school districts deal with flu-related absences

Greenbrier County has cancelled school for students Wednesday.

House committee passes two liquor bills; including home brew measure

Bills focus on wet and dry counties and home-based production of liquor for personal use.

Photo gallery: Tug Valley defeats Parkersburg Catholic, 41-35

LOGAN, W.Va. — Photos from Tug Valley’s 41-35 win over Parkersburg Catholic in the King Coal Classic at Willie Akers Arena. (Photos courtesy of Boothe Davis/Captured by the Moment Photography)  

Kanawha County EMT selected for free dental implant work

Mountain State Oral and Facial Surgery is making the donation to Dustin Dunlep, 30, as part of the Second Chance Program.

MetroNews This Morning 2-4-20

President Trump prepares to deliver his State of the Union Address, Senator Manchin believes censure is a better way to go on the impeachment trial, January state revenue figures up–but not without some tweaking, more discussion of child welfare proposals at the legislature, a major traffic detour in Ohio County, and Huntington’s Tr-State Airport is

Alzheimer’s cruel toll in West Virginia

One of the most poignant television ads during the Super Bowl was for Google Assistant.  The spot, called “Loretta,” is about an older man who clearly has memory issues and uses the Google Assistant to remember things about his late wife. Google said the ad was inspired by the story of a grandfather of a