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Tiffany Samuels settles in as Main Street Morgantown Director

A former WVU students and Marion County native, Tiffany Samuels, began in the position March 23.

Remembering Hot Rod Hunley

Mountaineer color analyst Jay Jacobs says Hunley loved West Virginia. 

Harrison County legislator approves of new interim schedule

Del. Danny Hamrick says fewer meetings will cost taxpayers less

Photos: Accused thieves could be connected to crimes in WV and PA

Anyone with information is asked to contact Sgt. J.H. Bryan at 304-329-1611.

Raleigh County man dead after single-vehicle accident in Buckhannon

Mikal Avis was travelling west on Rt. 33 Friday morning, when his vehicle left the roadway and rolled over

Update: Boy found after reported abduction

Residents statewide advised to be on the lookout for 20 month old boy.

Clarksburg approves budget for upcoming fiscal year

The city will work with around $22 million

Delegates describe legislative session as busy

The Legislature passed a total of 261 bills this session; 135 originated in the Senate while 126 came from the House.  

Pepperoni roll vs Deby pie

Senators wager favorte foods on sweet 16 matchup.

Metro News

Look ahead, Part II: Mountaineers’ frontline well-stocked for next season

In the finale of a two-part preview of 2015-16, Allan Taylor evaluates what returning players must do for WVU to build upon its run to the Sweet 16.

DEP secretary says new law would have worked on Freedom case

Randy Huffman talks about bill Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin signed into law.

Dozens of Special Metals workers without jobs

The number of layoffs have not been confirmed.

World class shooting in the clutch captured crown for WVU

Notes on Mountaineer Rifle's third straight NCAA championship

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