Day: February 11, 2020 Archives

TuesdayFebruary 11, 2020

Huntington nets 13th win, 64-45 over Wyoming East

INSTITUTE, W.Va. — Highlights from Huntington’s 64-45 win over Wyoming East in the Little General Shootout at WVSU. Huntington (13-6): Alezha Turner – 22 points Kaitlyn Swann – 20 points Ravyn Goodson – 11 points Wyoming East (12-4): Sky Davidson – 11 points

Early scores 42 as Logan outlasts Poca in 2OT, 55-53

The Wildcats avenge last year's regional loss to the Dots.

Huntington city councilmember resigns

Huntington City Councilmember Alec Vence announced Tuesday his resignation from the city council.

This week, Harler plays his most important role: team psychologist

Chase Harler knows what Bob Huggins wants -- and sometimes it's up to him to make sure his WVU teammates understand too.

Senate passes ‘Tebow’ bill, Tourism Development Districts

Bills now go to the House of Delegates. 

Senate Finance Committee approves judicial pay measure

Under the proposal, the salaries of state Supreme Court justices, circuit judges and magistrates would increase starting in July.

Delegates move along bill requiring congressional war declaration to activate W.Va. Guard for combat

Some delegates want to continue discussion in House Judiciary, next destination for controversial bill.

Morgantown holds off late South Charleston rally, 52-49

South Charleston cut an 18-point deficit to 1, but MHS held on late.

Elk Elementary students share what they love about school to kick off WVDE campaign

The school's coding program took center stage on Tuesday.

Meredith & Page combine for 59 as Spring Valley holds off PHS, 78-77

Parkersburg rallied from 13 down in the fourth to tie.

State confirms child’s death from flu

Chief health officer sends deepest sympathies.

Parkersburg nets 14 triples in 95-55 win over Spring Valley

The Big Reds win their eighth consecutive game in dominating fashion.

Search for missing kayaker at a standstill in Barbour County

W.Va. Natural Resources Police feel certain they know the location of the missing victim, but the river is too dangerous to venture into the water to attempt a recovery.

Capito voices irritation with Big 12 streaming service in Senate hearing

U.S. Sen. Shelley Moore Capito used a Senate hearing to express discontent with the Big 12's streaming service.

Balanced effort leads Lincoln Co. past Gilmer Co., 65-57

The Panthers collect their 12th victory of the season.

AARP survey shows support for pending prescription drug cost transparency bills

Proposed bills could 'influence the marketplace,' said Gaylene Miller, state director for AARP West Virginia.

Strong third quarter lifts Gilmer Co. to 16th win, 58-45 over Lincoln Co.

The Titans outscored the Panthers 23-10 in the third quarter.