In The News

MetroNews

WV MetroNews

The Voice of West Virginia

Intermediate court, passed by Senate, now gets another chance in House
Senators of both parties, while debating the bill today, made reference to how often they had done so in the past. The post Intermediate court, passed by Senate, now gets another chance in House appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

DHHR updates COVID-19 cases numbers
Active cases poised to drop below 8,000. The post DHHR updates COVID-19 cases numbers appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Power outage numbers shrink, but workload remains the same
Appalachian Power projects the last of the restoration work should be done by Friday evening. The post Power outage numbers shrink, but workload remains the same appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Judge sets new date in Kanawha County murder case
Key report not yet submitted in Joshua Drennen case. The post Judge sets new date in Kanawha County murder case appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Class AAA H.S. Basketball season preview
The new Class AAA is a hybrid of former Class AA teams and several top private schools. The post Class AAA H.S. Basketball season preview appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Video, updates: Governor’s briefing on covid response at 11
Additional information can be found at CDC’s Situation Summary or at DHHR’s COVID-19 information hotline, 1-800-887-4304. The post Video, updates: Governor’s briefing on covid response at 11 appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Senate Bill Creates Necessary Oversight for Health Boards
West Virginia legislators are engaged in a contentious debate over a bill that would give county commissioners more control over decisions made by county health departments. As explained by our Brad McElhinny, Senate Bill 12 “would require county commissioners and other health-appointing agencies...[read more]

Around 12,000 Appalachian Power customers still without service
Eight-five percent of customers who lost service from the Feb. 11 and Feb. 15 weather systems now have electricity The post Around 12,000 Appalachian Power customers still without service appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Sports Report