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Trial transcripts reveal judge’s rulings in Blankenship case
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Trial transcripts reveal judge’s rulings in Blankenship case

Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship’s defense lawyers were not allowed a second chance to question former Massey official and key prosecution witness Chris Blanchard because U.S. District Judge Irene Berger concluded they had no new issues to ask...

Photos: Class of 2016 walks stage at University of Charleston graduation
Photos: Class of 2016 walks stage at University of Charleston graduation

University of Charleston’s Class of 2016 graduated Sunday at the school’s commencement ceremony at the Civic Center. UC President Welch said 2016 had one of the largest graduating classes in the university’s 128-year history as an ...

Former Nitro star Bradley still aspires to pitch in majors
Former Nitro star Bradley still aspires to pitch in majors

Less than six years into his pro baseball career, J.R. Bradley has already been hit with some adversity, but the former Nitro standout keeps bouncing back.

Doug Smock: Is Herd’s draft shutout a cause for concern?

The NFL Draft had barely crowned its “Mr. Irrelevant” when the signings of recently minted Marshall football alums started rolling in.

Asheville Tourists sweep doubleheader from West Virginia Power
Asheville Tourists sweep doubleheader from West Virginia Power

The first inning was a house of horrors for the West Virginia Power on Sunday. Twice.

South Charleston hosting MSAC baseball playoffs

South Charleston High School will play host to the Mountain State Athletic Conference baseball playoffs for the first time beginning Monday afternoon, when the Black Eagles take on Nitro in the first of two semifinals.

Gazette-Mail state baseball ratings — Week 4

State high school baseball ratings by a Gazette-Mail sports staff panel. Voting done on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis. Most records through Saturday’s games.

Roundup: WV Wesleyan sweeps Charleston in MEC softball finals

Having already come up just short against the University of Charleston in the Mountain East Conference softball tournament, West Virginia Wesleyan faced a tall order Sunday at the Botetourt Sports Complex in Troutville, Virginia.

WVU recruiting: Spring evaluation period already in full swing

With spring practice and the spring game in the rear-view mirror, West Virginia football coaches hit the road this past week, kicking off the spring evaluation period. With the glut of in-state talent, it should come as no surprise that the staff...

Norman Chad: If you’re going to be an idiot, be an idiot billionaire

Every other time Mark Cuban opens his mouth, he says something stupid. Granted, this means that every other time he opens his mouth, he says something smart, but I guess I expect more than a coin flip from a fellow so savvy and successful.

Bill Clinton sees protesters in Logan, adoration in Charleston
Bill Clinton sees protesters in Logan, adoration in Charleston

LOGAN — Across three counties and five campaign stops in Southern West Virginia on Sunday, former President Bill Clinton gave two distinct speeches to two very different crowds, tried in vain to win over angry...

Trial transcripts reveal judge’s rulings in Blankenship case
Trial transcripts reveal judge’s rulings in Blankenship case

Massey Energy CEO Don Blankenship’s defense lawyers were not allowed a second chance to question former Massey official and key prosecution witness Chris Blanchard because U.S. District Judge Irene Berger concluded they had no new issues to ask ...

VanMeter running unopposed for Kanawha family judge
VanMeter running unopposed for Kanawha family judge

Charleston attorney Lera VanMeter started campaigning hard last year, hoping she’d be the only person to run to replace retiring Kanawha County Family Judge Mark Snyder.

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