Latest death in Putnam County.
WVU must replace both starting cornerbacks who have moved on to the NFL.
Legislators raise questions about counties with higher levels of coronavirus spread.
77 graduates were conferred.
Justice, who was meeting today with revenue officials, says there's enough money for the state to pay its bills this month.
Brooks played on a pair of state championship teams at South Charleston High School.
Tuition and fees will remain the same.
Troopers say shooting happened in abandoned house where drug deal was supposed to take place.
Wreck happened Friday morning near Morgantown.
Previously stable trust fund taking hit with record unemployment due to pandemic.
"Just because they've said, 'May 11th, you can reopen,' doesn't mean you have to and it doesn't necessarily mean you should," said Carly Scala with the West Virginia Dental Hygienists' Association.
Union leader says no valid reason given for decision.
More than 10 percent of those with virus there have died; most linked to Ripley nursing home.
Statewide, people are finding morel mushrooms in West Virginia like nobody can remember
Organizations will be matching funding.
Sisinni has been on staff with the Red Riders for the last eight seasons.
The transition from quarantine to restarting life is starting to slowly roll forward in West Virginia. Starting Monday, the Governor’s “Stay At Home” order becomes the “Safer At Home” order where many of the same guidelines are in place, but instead of being a requirement it’s just s strong suggestion. Still there are Coronavirus problems
Officials with Concord University and Westy Liberty University made separate announcements on Thursday.
Some numbers to think about this Friday morning: —Over 164,000: That’s the number of people who have applied for traditional unemployment in West Virginia since March 1. —Over 13,600: The number of independent contractors, gig economy workers and employees of certain religious entities who do not normally qualify for unemployment in West Virginia but have