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Mountaineers debut at No. 21 in AP hoops poll

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — The West Virginia University men’s basketball program is back in the national rankings for the first time since 2011.

The undefeated Mountaineers, who defeated defending national champion Connecticut on Sunday...

W.Va. hospitals to collaborate on new clinic

GLEN DALE, W.Va. – Two Northern Panhandle are collaborating on a new specialty care clinic.

Wheeling Hospital and Reynolds Memorial Hospital announced the collaboration on Monday. The clinic will open during the first week of December at...

Editorial: Please, send us your W.Va. Affordable Care Act story

The Affordable Care Act has extended health insurance — and therefore health care access — to more than 100,000 West Virginians. How has the Affordable Care Act affected you and your family?

The Sunday Gazette-Mail invites West...

St. Paul and the Broken Bones rock ‘Mountain Stage’

Paul Janeway brought the gospel to Charleston, as he and his band St. Paul and the Broken Bones shook Mountain Stage with thunderous spirit on Sunday night.

Janeway, from Alabama, was brought up in the Pentecostal Church, evident in his...

W.Va. to hold Minority Business Expo on Dec. 3

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The state is holding an event for minority business entrepreneurs next month in Charleston.

The 2014 Minority Business Expo is scheduled from noon to 6:30 p.m. Dec. 3 at the Beni Kedem Temple.

The Herbert...

Marshall receives software grant from Siemens

HUNTINGTON, W.Va. – Marshall University says it’s received a software grant with a commercial value of nearly $134 million.

The university says in a news release that the grant from Siemens PLM Software will give students access to ...

More W.Va. court records to go digital in 2015

CLARKSBURG, W.Va. – More West Virginia circuit court records are expected to go digital in 2015.

The West Virginia Supreme Court is implementing a pilot electronic filing project in 14 counties. The project got under way in December 2013...

Pinnacle Rock State Park featured on ornament

BRAMWELL, W.Va. – Pinnacle Rock State Park is featured on the Princeton-Mercer County Chamber of Commerce’s annual Historical Christmas Ornament.

Park ranger Brett Harshbarger says in a news release that the park is honored to be...

Ex-State Police analyst admits having child pornography

A former State Police forensic analyst pleaded guilty Monday in federal court in Charleston to possessing child pornography.

Jeffrey Erra Osborne, 48, of Clendenin, faces up to 20 years in prison after admitting that he possessed pictures of...

Police identify teen killed in Putnam accident

The Putnam County Sheriff’s Department has identified the teenage girl killed Sunday in a vehicle accident.

Olivia Marie McCormick, 16, of Yawkey in Lincoln County, died after a Jeep she was in flipped into a creek in northern Putnam near ...

Smooth Ambler Spirits expands reach
Smooth Ambler Spirits expands reach

MAXWELTON — Rock music blared this week as bottles were filled with whiskey at the Smooth Ambler Spirits distillery in Greenbrier County. The young company is one of hundreds of distilleries and craft...

Talking love and mileage with songstress Amy LaVere
Talking love and mileage with songstress Amy LaVere

For touring performers, living on the road becomes a lifestyle. You either embrace and learn to love it, or it’s something you come to hate but accept as a means to an end.

Memphis-based singer/songwriter Amy LaVere loves the road....

Police: Man charged with killing informant confessed

A Charleston man charged with killing a police informant made a lengthy confession, according to an affidavit written last week to obtain a search warrant.

Marlon Dewayne “Ice” Dixon, 38, is accused of killing Branda Mae Delight...


UPDATE: Official says slain Florida State gunman was an alumnus, law school grad
Mountaineer, K-State defenses in spotlight tonight