Day: May 3, 2020 Archives


SundayMay 3, 2020

Three W.Va. counties removed as hotspots, four under review, and four remain

Statement says state health officials believe four hotspot counties may have restrictions eased, but doesn't specify why.

WVU Hall of Famer Steve Slaton reflects on college stardom & NFL career

Slaton joined the '3 Guys Before the Game' podcast for Episode 202.

Lottery ready to file emergency rule for iGaming

Similar provisions as sports betting.

Body recovered in Wayne County creek following search

Victim identified as 29-year-old Huntington man.

West Virginia’s thousands of diabetics are among most susceptible to covid-19

American Diabetes Association pushes for no copay insulin and greater access to health insurance for those who lose jobs.

Fall could bring restart of Theatre West Virginia shows

The summer schedule in Raleigh County was canceled because of COVID-19.

More than 7,000 PPP loans approved in state during second round

The U.S. Small Business Administration releasing data

Country Roads food drive slated for Tuesday across the state

Parent company of Metronews partners with United Way to try and replenish shelves at food pantries amid sudden and overwhelming need

DHHR adds seven COVID cases Sunday morning

Justice's new order to go into effect Monday.

West Virginia is opening up, and it’s their job to determine if available protective gear meets the need

Surgical masks, N95 respirators and eye protection seen as adequate for now. More surgical masks and gloves will be needed soon.

Rich Stevens wins 2020 Morehouse Award

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Rich Stevens has been selected the winner of the 2020 Morehouse Award by the West Virginia Sports Writers Association. The award is given for contributions to journalism and named for the late Marshall University sports information director and broadcaster Gene Morehouse, who was killed in the 1970 airplane crash that claimed the