Day: May 12, 2020 Archives

TuesdayMay 12, 2020

Capito, McKinley again ranked highly for co-sponsoring actions

The Lugar Center and Georgetown University's McCourt School of Public Policy released their bipartisan index on Tuesday.

MSHA points to ineffective safety policies as cause of February mine death

James Campbell, 50, died from injuries sustained at the Patriot Coal Federal No. 2 property.

Fairmont State planning altered fall semester on campus

The changes from past semesters because of the coronavirus pandemic.

FestivALL Charleston annual events going virtual

Event had estimated economic impact of $1.5 million.

Morgantown kicker John McConnell nets offer from Marshall

McConnell is regarded as the state's top punter prospect in the Class of 2021.

Guard flyovers Wednesday to honor health care workers

Planes will pass over more than 3 dozen facilities.

Governor elaborates on what’s open, what’s almost ready to open and what’s off in the distance

Justice also says a mandate for people to wear masks while in public would be too divisive.

How WVU football players can benefit from partnership with Jeremy Darlow

Darlow has entered a partnership with the WVU football team.

Justice announces death of state forester Barry Cook

Agency suffered "tragic accident" late last month.

Learning with broadband the subject of Education Alliance EDTalk

Both U.S. Senators from West Virginia spoke on Tuesday.

WorkForce West Virginia sends out $70 million in PUA benefits

More than 16,000 claims initially processed.

Coronavirus tests pass 65,000 mark

Positive test rate at 2.11 percent.

Jefferson County Schools to offer school choice this fall

Jefferson County Schools uses Google Classrooms through all grade levels.

Metronews This Morning 5-12-20

A Wood County man faces charges of murdering his brother on Mother’s Day and a Mercer County teen is facing charges in the wounding of another teen. Three more Covid 19 deaths are recorded in West Virginia–including the first in Nicholas County. However, the rate of positive Covid 19 tests continues to hover just above

After sudden end to college career, Chase Harler to launch new business

Harler was a guest on the '3 Guys Before the Game' podcast.