Gov. Jim Justice Looking 'Forward to That Mayonnaise All Over' WVU's Neal Brown
CHARLESTON, WV - During his regular Administration Update Briefing on Tuesday, December 5, 2023, West Virginia Governor took time to congratulate West Virginia University Football Head Coach Neal Brown on being selected to play in the Duke's Mayo Bowl.
Citizenship fraud case opens in West Virginia against former Bosnian soldier
This article contains AI-assisted content. Morgantown, West Virginia - Nada Radovan Tomanic, 51, a naturalized U.S. citizen from Bosnia and Herzegovina and ex-Connecticut resident, was arrested in Morgantown, West Virginia, for allegedly lying about her involvement in prisoner abuse during the 1990s Bosnian conflict to gain U.S. citizenship.
West Virginians Shine at the 2023 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Amidst the vibrant colors, resonating music, and jubilant performances that have become synonymous with the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, the 2023 edition held a special significance for West Virginians. From band directors to high school performers and dancers, individuals from the Mountain State brought their talent and spirit to the grand event, leaving an indelible mark on the parade's illustrious history.
WVU study: This 'smart pill' could help save your loved one from an overdose
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. -- A new, ingestible smart pill could detect signs of an overdose in those suffering with opioid use disorder (OUD), a study by West Virginia University has found.
Trio Accused of Abuse, Torture of 3 Children Causing Toddler To 'Pool Blood’ In 'White of His Eyes'
A West Virginia man and two women are facing charges of abusing three children who were severely beaten, authorities stated. Earlier this month, Michael Stemple, 50, was the first of the three adults to be arrested. He was charged with three counts of child abuse resulting in injury, according to law enforcement in Marion County; as reported by Law and Crime.
Page County High School Graduate Dies In West Virginia Bike Accident
CORE, W.Va. — On November 9, a former Stanley man died after he was thrown from his dirt bike and struck by a vehicle. According to the Monongalia County Sheriff’s Office (MCSO), William Ray Burker, 29, of Morgantown, was traveling east on single-lane Henderson Hollow Road when he lost control on the gravel road and fell into the roadway. Authorities say a westbound pickup truck failed to see him in enough time to avoid striking him. Burker was pronounced dead at the scene.
West Virginia fans call for Jimbo Fisher to come back home
COLLEGE STATION, TX (News Wave) - Following the news from Texas A&M that the head coach of its football program has been fired has shaken up the future of the team but has also had others across the country looking at what Jimbo Fisher may do next.
Brandonville man accused of exposing himself along roadside
BRANDONVILLE – A man from this East Union Township village is facing a misdemeanor indecent... The post Brandonville man accused of exposing himself along roadside appeared first on The Shenandoah Sentinel.
PA State Police seek information on cold case, road rage homicide of US Marine veteran
The Pennsylvania State Police Troop B - Uniontown is seeking information on a case that happened 43 years ago in 1980. A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to an arrest in this cold case.
A 40 Year Old Mystery: The Pimp, The Prostitute, and The Klansman
Bennie Fletcher, Sr. was the father of seven children, all of whom he raised. “He was a great guy, a wonderful father. He raised all seven of us,” his daughter, Marcia Carlotta Boatright, told the Herald-Standard. “He worked hard every day of his life...He was a wonderful, wonderful guy.”
Bomb Threat at West Virginia University Cleared
West Virginia University (WVU) recently experienced a potential security threat at the Mineral Resources Building on the WVU Evansdale Campus. However, swift action and vigilance on the part of the university and its police force ensured the safety of students and employees on campus.