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VIDEO: West Virginia honored Andrew Jones before game vs. Texas

The West Virginia basketball team donned burnt orange ‘Big 12 Strong’ warmup shirts with the No. 1 on the back in honor of Texas point guard Andrew Jones. Jones was diagnosed with leukemia earlier this month. Earlier this season, Texas sophomore guard Andrew Jones was diagnosed with leukemia. Today, the West Virginia Mountaineers showed their

Thornton P. Knowles On Pretentious Humor

The bartender at a writer's conference I spoke at in Morgantown, West Virginia wore a name tag that read, TRUMAN CAPOTE. In the spirit of the joke, I ordered an "In Cold Bloody Mary". The barkeep didn't even crack a smile. I guessed it wasn't a West Virginia kind of joke, then realized it was simply pretentious, professorial humor. Show More Summary

No. 17 West Virginia women beat ISU 69-59, snap 2-game skid

23 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

Teana Muldrow had 27 points and 11 rebounds, and No. 17 West Virginia pulled away in the second quarter and cruised to a 69-59 victory over Iowa State to snap a two-game skid        

No. 7 West Virginia cruises past Texas 86-51

Jevon Carter scores 22 points, and Sagaba Konate had 10 points, 14 rebounds and six blocks        

Carter, Bolden lead No. 6 West Virginia over Texas 86-51

Jevon Carter scores 22 points to spur No. 6 West Virginia past Texas 86-51        

Hospitals could lose millions of dollars for low-income care

A West Virginia Hospital Association official says the state's hospitals stand to lose up to $15 million toward treating low-income patients if federal cuts to a Medicaid program remain in … Click to Continue »

Drug Testing Welfare Recipients Was a Total Flop

In 2015, West Virginia passed legislation requiring some applicants for Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) to submit to drug testing. The state estimated that over the first year, the program would identify 390 people as drug users at a cost of $50,000. Show More Summary

Huntington mayor drops bid for US House seat

Huntington Mayor Steve Williams says he's ending his run for the U.S. House in West Virginia's 3rd District. Williams tells the Huntington Herald-Dispatch there are problems in the city that … Click to Continue »

West Virginia lawmakers eye redistricting, free college

West Virginia lawmakers have begun advancing proposals for redistricting House of Delegates seats and providing free community and technical college during their first full week of their 2018 session. Hundreds … Click to Continue »

Naya Rivera's Husband Ryan Dorsey, Police Photos Show Injuries

Naya Rivera doesn't pack a punch... at least that's the way it seems from police pics of her estranged husband. As we reported, Naya was arrested Thanksgiving weekend after allegedly attacking Ryan Dorsey in West Virginia... over an argument…

Big 12 and Big East showdowns top what we are watching this weekend in college basketball

The Big 12 and Big East take center stage this weekend in college basketball with contests between West Virginia and Texas and Xavier and Seton Hall.        

West Virginia federal prosecutor organizes staff

The new U.S. attorney for the Northern District of West Virginia has announced the leadership team of federal prosecutors and civil litigators, saying they bring more than a century of … Click to Continue »

God in Schools? West Virginia Might Be Next As More States Embrace the Bible

3 days agoNews : Newsweek: US

The political climate has increased "the effort to inject religion into public schools more often," an ACLU attorney said.

Medicaid savings to apply to other West Virginia programs

West Virginia Health and Human Resources Secretary Bill Crouch says $160 million in savings from the state's Medicaid program will be applied to other programs. Crouch cites program changes that … Click to Continue »

West Virginia homeless programs get more than $8.3M

West Virginia's U.S. senators say more than $8.3 million in federal funding has been approved for 63 programs across the state that help homeless people. According to Sens. Joe Manchin … Click to Continue »

A Flying Horse In West Virginia

  In July of 1878 the New York Times wrote an article titled “What a West Virginia Farmer Saw.” The article talked about a telegram that had come from a small town in Parkersburg, West Virginia...

CHANGE: Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin On Trump’s Alleged Derogatory Remarks: ‘Let’s Move On.’…

CHANGE: Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin On Trump’s Alleged Derogatory Remarks: ‘Let’s Move On.’ Must’ve polled this issue in West Virginia.

Sexual abuse case against Mormon Church scheduled to begin Friday

3 days agoReligion / Islam : On Faith

Six families who say their children were sexually abused by a member of the Mormon community around Martinsburg, West Virginia are suing local Mormon leaders and the global church.

West Virginia editorial roundup

Recent editorials from West Virginia newspapers: ___ Jan. 16 The Journal of Martinsburg on trade skills: Focus on vocational training is returning in West Virginia, and across the United States, … Click to Continue »

Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia

An hour-and-a-half drive west of Washington, D.C., the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute sits on a sprawling rural campus in Front Royal, Virginia. Long before the biologists set up shop there, the farm also saw use as a U.S. Show More Summary

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