Day: February 13, 2020 Archives

ThursdayFebruary 13, 2020

Photo gallery: WVU falls to Kansas, 58-49

MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — Photo gallery from WVU’s 58-49 loss to Kansas. (Photos by Teran Malone)

Boggs scores 36 to help University top Fairmont Senior

Senior's aggressive play sparks Hawks in 67-56 victory.

US Senate passes resolution limiting president’s military power

U.S. senators voted 55-45, with eight Republicans joining the Senate Democratic Caucus.

Balanced offense, strong defense lead Lincoln to 59-42 win at Grafton

The Cougars improve to 14-5 as 4 starters score in double figures.

Azar: No ‘Obamacare’ replacement until after legal challenge

Democratic members of the U.S. Senate Finance Committee pressed Secretary Alex Azar about the legal challenge.

Numerous roads closed following rain, flooding

This week's wet weather has caused flooding, mudslides and rockfalls

Charges coming in fatal wreck involving WVU students

Chloe Robertson, 21, of Clermont, Florida, died in the January wreck near Philadelphia.

West Virginia quarterback Trey Lowe to enter transfer portal

The Mountaineers are losing one of their quarterbacks to the transfer portal.

Prison time for former owner of Middletown Mall

Dietrich Fansler committed bankruptcy and bank fraud.

‘Trauma training’ bill for school workers moving to House floor

The bill is aimed to help students facing traumatic situations.

Marshall meets UTSA, UTEP during two-game swing in Texas

Herd looking to climb above .500 mark in league play.

Flood waters rise, but so far only minor issues reported

As rain slows, the runoff is now the concern along the states big rivers

House passes ‘critical infrastructure’ criminal penalties

Some delegates question whether provisions would chill civil disobedience.

Cabell delegate welcomes pending merger of T-Mobile and Sprint

Delegate Daniel Linville (R-Cabell, 16), a member of the state Broadband Enhancement Council, said service pledges in the merger deal will benefit West Virginia.

Missing kayaker identified, recovery remains on hold

Search for missing woman's body remains suspended as waters on the Middle Fork River continue to rise.

Rivers rise from latest rain

State Emergency Operations Center up and running.