Coronavirus Cases Resurge In West Virginia As School Year StartsActive coronavirus cases in West Virginia continue to resurge at an alarming rate as public school students in some counties returned Monday for the start of fall classes.
Both Parties Back Bill For Image Rights For College AthletesA congressman who played football at Ohio State has reintroduced a bipartisan bill that would give college athletes the right to earn money through endorsements and sponsorship deals.
W. Va. Governor Proposes Exempting Part Of Unemployment BenefitsWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has proposed exempting the first $10,200 in unemployment benefits received in 2020 from the state income tax.
West Virginia Woman Sentenced For Fake Investment SchemeA West Virginia woman has been sentenced to more than 11 years in federal prison for pretending to be a government contractor and defrauding investors out of millions of dollars.
Ousted VA Hospital Chief Of Staff Selected W. Va. GOP ChairmanAn ousted chief of staff at a Veterans Affairs hospital has been selected as the chairman of the West Virginia Republican Party.
Timing Key In Consulting Deal Between FirstEnergy, RegulatorShortly before a utility lawyer and lobbyist was appointed Ohio’s top regulator of electric and power generating companies, he received $4.3 million from top executives at one of the companies whose fortunes would soon be in his hands.
Marshall University Investigates Claims Of Large PartiesMarshall University said Friday it is suspending Greek life at the West Virginia school after allegations of large parties held without masks and social distancing.
Police: Missing Child, 6, Killed And Put Into The Ohio RiverPolice in Ohio say a 6-year-old child who was reported missing is now believed to have been killed and put into the Ohio River.
Governor Mike DeWine Warns Ohio Schools To Reopen As Agreed To Get VaccinesOhio Gov. Mike DeWine has publicly rebuked school officials in Akron and Cincinnati for backtracking on commitments they’d made to offer in-person learning by March 1.
Anthony Sowell, Ohio Man Who Killed 11 Women, Dies In PrisonAn Ohio man sentenced to death for killing 11 women and hiding their remains in and around his home has died in prison.
'Just Shocked': A Town Reckons With Charges In Capitol RiotThe tiny town of Woodstock, Ohio, was the base for two people who allegedly played big roles in the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S. Capitol.
Man Firing From Pickup Before Fatal Crash Linked To HomicideAccording to police and media reports, a suspect in an Ohio homicide fired randomly at cars and individuals in Columbus before speeding away from responding police, crashing and dying as fire engulfed his truck.
Virus Vaccine Online Signup Portal Debuts In West VirginiaWest Virginia is debuting an online portal for residents to register for coronavirus vaccine appointments
Chocolate Company Issues Recall Over Plastic Contamination ConcernsA Vermont-based chocolate company is recalling chocolate bars for plastic contamination.
Police: Boy, 3, And Girl, 4, Found Unsecured Gun; Girl ShotAuthorities say a 4-year-old Ohio boy and a 3-year-old girl got hold of a handgun belonging to an adult when it discharged, wounding the girl.