All events are open to the public and begin at noon at River City in downtown Wheeling.
Standard & Poor's has upped the City of Huntington's long-term bond rating for two series of revenue bonds, taking it from BBB+ to an A.
The United Steelworkers of America will present U.S. Sen. Jay Rockefeller, D-WV, with a Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his "hard work and continued dedication" at a reception Monday, March 17 in Weirton. More>>
West Virginia's poison control center could close because of state budget cuts. More>>
Tom Aluise, with WV Department of Environmental Protection, says the "licorice type" smell came from a tank that contained MCHM residue.
Fairmont State University Criminal Justice students recently took top honors at the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences/Alpha Phi Sigma National Conference in Philadelphia. More>>
West Virginia State University will sponsor its first Student Professional Day "Out of the Jeans and Into the Suits" on April 2 in room 134 of the Wilson University Union. More>>
Former Mingo County Chief Magistrate Dallas 'Big Dal' Toler pleaded guilty to voter registration fraud Monday morning. More>>
The West Virginia University Board of Governors unanimously selected E. Gordon Gee as the next permanent president of the university Monday. More>>
Gregory A. Dotson, 51, of Chapmanville, has admitted in federal court to using his West Logan restaurant, Giovanni's, to launder money from an illegal gambling operation.
A pilot charged with crossing state lines to have sex with an underage girl and an inmate charged with threatening the president are among six people indicted by a federal grand jury in Clarksburg. More>>
Public policy groups in West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Ohio are asking the governors of the three states to adopt West Virginia's severance tax on gas and oil. More>>
The state supreme court denied an appeal for a writ of habeas corpus filed by John Rodney Johnson, convicted of the Jan. 3, 2003 shooting death of Thomas Drake outside a Huntington bar.
After 10 years as president for West Virginia University at Parkersburg, Marie Foster Gnage has announced that she will not renew her contract after June 30. More>>
The 2012 rupture of a gas pipeline in Kanawha County was the result of corrosion in a section of pipe that had not been inspected in 24 years, the National Transportation Safety Board said in a report released March 10. More>>
Parkersburg is the first of six WV communities to host "Hometown Teams," a traveling exhibit of the Smithsonian Institution's Museum on Main Street program. More>>
A Michigan man who hid heroin in his backpack during a bus trip to Huntington has been sentenced to nine years and three months in prison, U.S. Attorney Booth Goodwin said. More>>
West Virginia University is teaching middle and high school students the science that stars in TV police procedural shows such as Fox's "Bones" and CBS's "NCIS."
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