Day: February 14, 2020 Archives

FridayFebruary 14, 2020

Wolf’s 1-hitter propels West Virginia to season-opening win

A dominant start got West Virginia's baseball season off on the right foot.

Robert C. Byrd outlasts Lincoln for 16th straight win

Cougars hang tough for three quarters, but fall short.

Charleston Catholic locks down on Notre Dame, 57-39

CCHS jumped out to a 14-point lead after the first quarter.

West Virginia vying to snap losing streak at No. 1 Baylor

The Mountaineers have their work cut out with a trip to the top-ranked team in the country.

Governor Justice says he is sorry about offense over ‘thugs’ remark

But Justice says he did want to make a point about behavior at chaotic game.

Beckley tries to move forward following fracas with Greenbrier East

Five Eagles suspended two games for leaving bench.

Hyperloop officials say West Virginia very welcoming during on site visit

Mountain State in the running for transportation system.

Big 12 Power Index: Mountaineers take a dip with consecutive losses

West Virginia is moving in the wrong direction in this week's Big 12 Power Index.

I-81 police chase, fatal crash under investigation

The crash closed the northbound lanes until around 5 Friday morning.

‘The state of the city is strong,’ Huntington’s mayor reports

Mayor Steve Williams gave his State of the City Address on Friday and also submitted his latest budget proposal to members of Huntington's City Council.

MetroNews This Morning 2-14-20

High water this morning along the Ohio River, a bridge over the Ohio is closed after being hit by a barge, road repairs are needed from this week’s high water as well. The WV SSAC issues some punishment over an incident in this week’s girls basketball game between Greenbrier East and Beckley Woodrow Wilson, while

Dismal 2nd-half shooting does in Marshall in 72-63 loss at UTSA

Herd make only one of first 21 shots following halftime.

Justice fails to learn from mistake

Words matter, and they may mean different things to different people. Someone who prides themselves on being candid might say, “I mean what I say.” But that ignores the role of the receiver of the information. What did he or she hear? Steve Sisgold, writing in Psychology Today a few years ago, said, “Over and