Katherine Johnson died Monday at 101 years old.
Hawks slow Ammons in second half to claim 45-30 victory.
The Cougars defeat Bridgeport for the third time this season.
The Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs on Thursday honored four individuals for their contributions to their communities during the office's second Trailblazer Awards Gala.
House will negotiate with Senate and Governor's Office about settling on priorities.
Feb. 10 fires destroyed 2 buildings.
Hoping for home cooking
Terry George says the time has come for him to leave the position and spend more time with his family
Performers from across the state meet with lawmakers.
48 teams will advance to the regional tournaments next week.
Herd unbeaten in five C-USA pod play games over last two seasons.
Senate's proposal adds $10 million to program but Justice wants $20 million to eliminate waitlist.
As of Thursday morning, there were no confirmed cases of the virus, also known as COVID-19, in the Mountain State.
House Judiciary to take up measure Friday morning; public hearing airs views.
Winter makes a late surge in parts of the Mountain State dumping up to ten-inches in some of the highest locations
— by Mike Burke, Allegany Radio Corporation Sports Sean Biser of Keyser. Always. Just no longer football coach of Keyser Sean Biser, which, frankly, is going to be pretty weird. Sean Biser is the head football coach of Morgantown High School now, a development made official Wednesday afternoon when he was introduced as the Mohigans’
2-time defending champion Chapmanville hopes to navigate a crowded Class AA field.
West Virginia is limping to the finish line, but has already done enough to punch its ticket into March Madness.
Winter weather has made a return to the Mountain State this morning and higher elevations are seeing the biggest accumulation. Also a Huntington woman is indicted in a major elderly fraud scheme, the Superintendent of Fayette County schools will retire, and the House and Senate are now working on bills passed by the opposite chamber.
The Hill Top House Hotel in Harpers Ferry has a storied history. The African-American Lovett family built the hotel overlooking the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers in the late 19th Century. For years, it was a pearl of the eastern panhandle, hosting such notables as President Woodrow Wilson, Mark Twain, Alexander Graham Bell and W.E.B. Du