Former West Virginia University Professor Sentenced To 3 Months In Fraud CaseA judge has ordered a former West Virginia University physics professor who admitted committing federal fraud to serve three months in prison.
White West Virginia Officers Sued Over Black Man’s BeatingA Black West Virginia man has filed a federal lawsuit against a police chief and two white officers accused of pulling him from his home and beating him.
West Virginia Gives Residents Option To Use Absentee Ballot In November Election West Virginia Secretary of State Mac Warner says all voters will have the option to use an absentee ballot in November due to concerns with the coronavirus.
West Virginia University Pushes Back Start Of Fall Semester, Switches Some Courses OnlineWest Virginia University has pushed back the start of its fall semester by a week and is switching some courses to online instruction due to concerns about the coronavirus outbreak.
Attorneys Seek Names Of Babies Born Exposed To DrugsA group of West Virginia attorneys is asking a judge to force the state to release the names of babies born exposed to drugs as part of the Purdue Pharma bankruptcy case.
Plan Seeks To Expand Training Airspace Over West VirginiaA 2,000-square-mile swath of airspace over southern West Virginia would be designated as a Military Operations Area to accommodate training by armed forces aviators under a plan by Yeager Airport and the West Virginia National Guard.
West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice Extends Order Closing Bars In Monongalia CountyWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has extended an order that closed all bars in Monongalia County for an additional 10 days due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Family Of Homeless Black Man Shot 22 Times By West Virginia Police Settles LawsuitA West Virginia city agreed to settle an excessive force lawsuit filed by the family of a homeless Black man who was shot 22 times by police.
Make-A-Wish Helps Wexford Teenager Suffering From End-Stage Kidney Disease Restore His 1995 Ford F-150A local teenager suffering from end-stage kidney disease was granted a special wish.
WVU Says Students Will Face Fines For Failing To Meet Coronavirus Safety RequirementsWest Virginia University students will face penalties and discipline for failing to meet COVID-19 testing and education requirements before returning to campus.
West Virginia Teachers Union Chief Says Schools Under Coronavirus Trends Are 'Not Safe'The head of a West Virginia teachers union is expressing doubt that public schools can open to face-to-face instruction in early September.