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YesterdayOctober 30, 2020

Justice touts October revenue collections

State takes in $20.4 more than previously estimated.

Missing Morgantown man found dead in Maryland

Body found near Interstate 68 in Garrett County.

Mountaineer Food Bank gets a boost

Antero Resources makes a sizeable commitment to helping fund the food bank which has seen a huge jump in demand this year amid the pandemic

As covid numbers go up, Justice urges more testing participation

His remarks came as the United States hit a new, single-day record of 88,000 positive cases.

DHHR reports 524 new COVID-19 cases

State now averaging more than 9,500 tests a day.

W.Va. officials announce $101 million antitrust settlement with asphalt companies

West Virginia governments contended lessened competition increased the cost of paving roads.

Video, updates: Justice plans 11:30 a.m. briefing

State officials direct people to 1-800-887-4304.

MetroNews This Morning 10-30-20

West Virginia is among the states seeing a rising rate of Covid 19.  Virus hospitalizations and ICU treatment are both at pandemic highs in W.Va. today.  Close to a quarter-Million votes have already been cast and the election isn’t until Tuesday.  Former Supreme Court Justice Allen Loughery argues a juror in his case was biased

ThursdayOctober 29, 2020

Georgia man sentenced for drug charges, Fairmont woman’s death

A jury in January found Terrick Robinson guilty of multiple charges related to drug trafficking and the August 2019 death of Courtney Dubois.

Tamarack closed after employee tests positive for COVID-19

Tamarack is north of Beckley and can be accessed from exits 44 and 45 on Interstates 64/77.

Fauci speaks to West Virginia health institute about coronavirus

Dr. Anthony Fauci with the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases provided information about the costs of the pandemic.

Maroney says opponents trying to ‘get him’ by using little known state law

Embattled senator no longer faces Pleasants County charge.

Nearly a third of registered voters in Kanawha County have already cast ballots

Numbers growing with 2 days left in early voting period.

Justice Loughry’s appeal hearing asks whether juror’s social media habits reveal bias

Attorneys for Loughry ask for evidentiary hearing to find out more.

State confirms 7 additional COVID-19 deaths

Testing underway in nearly two dozen counties.