Three taken to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries
Mario Blount will appear before Judge Keeley on September 12
The event runs from Friday until Sunday
The meeting came at the request of the new VA director
Study being funded by the county, WVU and the City of Morgantown.
West Virginia and Wyoming have a lot in common says Capito.
House Speaker Miley hopes legislators keep what they learned about the area in mind when returning to Charleston
Speaker Miley and President Kessler want to address the claims that the January 1, 2015 deadline for inspections is unattainable
An arrested in Lewis County led to a search warrant for a residence on Charleston Ave. in Clarksburg
The report focused mainly on inappropriate travel procedures
The committee met with the CJIS and talked about updates to information sharing services
Faces 2 - 10 years for leading police on wild chase.
Typically, when the prosecution files such a document, it indicates the defendant is cooperating.
The WVU marching band will be at the Georgia Dome in full force.
The Municipal Home Rule Board heard from Buckhannon, Clarksburg, Fairmont, Morgantown and Shinnston
Though SB 371 hasn't fully been implemented, positivie results are showing
Case goes to grand jury.
The ABCA was investigating following a deadly altercation at the bar.
Dorothy Metz and Beth Ours face prison sentences
Finding ways to increase quality while decreasing the cost of higher education is a major challenge.
Two men held a woman at gunpoint inside her apartment in broad daylight.
It would run through Harrison, Lewis, Upshur, Randolph and Pocahontas counties
Dr. Sandra Stotsky, well known Common Core critic, was the featured speaker
WVU's marching band is ready to show the world what Mountaineer spirit is all about.
Also to pay $20,000 and be censured
Susan Clark is charged with failure to report, obstruction of a law enforcement officer and child neglect resulting in injury
Alecto Healcare Services will be the new owner
Anthony Bellotte will fill the newly-created position
It must go through review before finalized
The goal of the meeting was to discuss ways in which each county could help the other by sharing services
The facility began seeing patients in the Child and Adolescent Unit August 2013
Without the exemption k status, students are no longer considered to be attending an academic institution
The purchase adds additional radios to all seven of the fire departments in the county.
"I just like meth," one suspect said
Timothy Arrington allegedly choked a child resident to the point of unconsiousness
Christopher Sheppard and Julia Mick will both serve jail time, supervised release and have to register as child abusers
Charles Freeman will go to court in October
Jessie Heater will spend life in jail for first degree murder plus 1-5 years each on three other charges
The event runs through Friday
Donald Jordan fired around 11 shots at his uncle and cousin
A new town attorney and police officer are now on the job
The approved ordinance allows the city to handle these offenses within municipal court
The grants help keep students safe and fight drug crimes
Eugene Cobbs was senteneced to additonal time and a fine
The three-year-old is reportedly recovering well
The commission put in $25,000 from coal severance funds
A panel will be put together to look over the grading policy
$4,000 was given out of the Community Improvement Fund to the NCWV Coalition for the Homeless
The drivers were pronounced dead at the scene
Nearly 135 veterans were assisted during the two days
Authorities have identified the victim as Jessie Antonio from Michigan
Jeremy Belcher and Jamey Hickman were apprehended by Clarksburg PD
The hope is law enforcement-community bonds will be made
The total settlement totals around $50,000
Darley McCray faces five felony drug offenses, along with one misdemeanor firearm offense
Howard Jenner will serve life in prision plus additional years for attempted murder and malisious assault
George Lattea left scrathces and bruises on the 4-year-old's body
The special meeting was so the amendments could be adpopted without delaying schedule
Jocelyn Johnson admitted to drunk driving with a 9-month-old in the car
Fifty-four kids have recieved the adaptive bikes since the program began in the state in April
Brittany Jones faces four felony counts of child neglect
The city asks residents not use water in excess during the 20 day process
Suspect's car ties the two robberies together.
Police found a box with his drugs and money in it after the woman threw it into the woods during the altercation
Sebastian Michael Marple was found in the middle of the road on July 24
The Board of Education assured the fix is only temporary
The department will offer a unique training opportunity
It traveled four miles between Pleasants and Ritchie Counties
The four face first-degree arson, burning insured property and conspiracy charges
Pamela S. Bailey faces up to 3 years in prison
Enthusiasts sampled products from nine of the state's breweries
Adam Lee Conrad faces charges of insest and sexual assault, among others
Lewis County Sheriff's Department found a man lying in the road on Rt. 4, south of Walkersville
Kristen Tunno will take the position
Defense lawyers for Joseph Metz also filed a petition to disqualify Judge Kurt Hall
Three from Clarksburg sent to prison on drug charges.
Joseph Garrett faces charges of being a felon in possession of a firearm and possession of an unregistered firearm
Gage Anthony Stout is charged with third degree sexual assault
Legal counsel from the county's prosecuting attorney's office has been appointed to assist
26-month-old buried in George Washington National Forest.
The truck was trying to avoid stopped cars in front of it after another driver attempted to make an illegal turn
The group's goal is to ultimately end child poverty in the state
DNA evidence in suspect's car leads to arrest of two Pennsylvania residents
Word is spreading of the project's opportunities and residents are responding
Betty Ramesy passed away after suffering chest trauma in the collision
Commissioner Brian Kennedy's BAC was at 0.089 after caught driving erratically on Saturday
The driver of the car hit a tractor trailer and then the inmate van
Charles Roscoe Henning III was arrested in March 2013 for confiscating hydrocodone for himself while working as a Shinnston police officer
William D. Radcliff has been charged with three felonies related to meth
A Chrysler and Honda collided south of Shinnston Friday evening
The suspect is described as between 5'8 and 5'10, last wearing dark jeans, a hooded sweat shirt and a mask
City council approved an ordinance on first reading which addresses Fire Commission complaint
Obtaining the property required is imporbable
Donald Johnson is alleged to have exchanged sexually explicit phone calls and text messages with a student
Decades of historic moments at Glenville State College will now be available to search through digitally.
The arrests come after controlled buys
Leroy Melvin Knisley was traveling south on Route 88 when his tanker truck flipped
Mayor Bobby Samples requested quicker response times
Joanna DiStefano was recognized as the Maurine Hamilton Award for Outstanding Graduate Woman of 2014
The next hearing in Rodolfo Villagomez Correa's case will be July 28
Ryan Lilley struck his one-year-old son in the face because he wouldn't stop crying
Sidney Muller's trial is now set to begin Nov. 10
A coloboration between the WVDE and Microsoft, the program will be offered at no charge
Cease and desist order to code enforcement office does not apply to issuing building permits
A contract with Muso Lighting will upgrade the City Park Athletic Field lights
Michael Ross is believed to have fled at 10 a.m. Monday morning
Timothy Brian Eckes is the deceased as a result of the accident
Judge Irene Keeley set the date for December 1 during a hearing on Monday
The $350,000 will pay a contractor to dig out the dirt and install a drainage system.
Meteorologists are analysing two sites near Grafton
Caitlyn Lang was located on Friday in the Valley Head area.
Court date for Eugene Cobbs set for September 9
It is believed Jeff Blaydes will get the nod
SCAD seized 234 marijuana plants on one farm
The study surveyed 275 people over six months
While the tornado was small, it still did some damage
Mayor Samples wishes to work with the commission, not against it
Mascaro Construction Company will have until December 6, 2015 to complete the job.
Nicholas Grant Cutlip was arrested and charged with with 21 counts of operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab.
The fund expires in September
Not confirmed until official indentification conducted
Says more information is needed before a solution can be found
For four weeks, the commission has been looking over the legitimacy of the proposal
Lisa Marie Farrell will serve five years on probation and pay restitution.
Some supported, while others chastised the code enforcement office during Wednesdays City Council meeting.
Katie Avery will be the new leader for the Lady Pioneer Volleyball team
In a letter sent to the mayor, the commission alleges "agents of Clarksburg have been retaliating against property owners" after the initial complaint filed last week
Kyle Hartleben went through the 10-day school which trains soldiers and ROTC cadets in aircraft orientation, sling-load operations, and rappelling techniques
Jason Lee Marple admitting to aiding and abetting distribution of oxycodone and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking
Robert Burnett was selected as vice mayor.
An investigation conducted by the Attorney General's Office claims the office operated under illegal practices to demolish buildings in the city
Officials want to fix an issue which has caused problems for residents for a few years
The service will be funded with federal money and operated by Barons Bus Lines of Cleveland, Ohio to run passengers between Charleston and Morgantown
Edward C. Crow was found to have used a spear he manufactured to stab the officer through the food slot on his cell door
The board approved to send a letter to the state board requesting a waiver from integrated math, which is different from the Standards according to one state board member
Live trees can be dropped off starting Wednesday.