Super Six Football Championship kickoff

The Super Six Football Championship games will kickoff tonight at Wheeling Island Stadium. In tonight’s game, Bluefield Beavers take on the Bridgeport Indians.

Enrollment is up at community colleges

Free tuition is bolstering community college enrollment. First time freshman enrollment is up ten-percent, and there is a nearly 30-percent increase in high school students taking college courses.

Caputo’s lawyers file motion to dismiss battery charge

Lawyers for state Delegate Mike Caputo filed a last minute motion to dismiss a misdemeanor battery charge. The argued that lawmakers have immunity from criminal charges with the Legislature is in session. Caputo is accused of kicking a door into a state house staffer.

PEIA won’t raise rates

The PEIA Finance Board approved a plan for the coming fiscal year without increased costs or benefit cuts. Officials say the insurance plan for state employees has acted cautiously over the years, and it’s paying off.

Governor Justice will address budget shortfall

West Virginia revenue collection was down seven-million-dollars in the most recent month. The state is off forty-million dollars year to date. Governor Jim Justice will hold a press conference this afternoon to discuss the budget.

The Health Plan realigns with CAMC

Following the breakdown between The Health Plan and WVU Medicine, the managed care provider is back with Charleston Area Medical Center. The renewal will ensure there will be no coverage gaps.

Chic found guilty of murder

A Kanawha County jury found Juan Chic guilty of murder. He’s charged with fatally shooting Andre Leonard in August of last year. A sentencing date has not been set.

Porch pirate apprehended

Police have arrested a man who was captured on surveillance video stealing packages off a porch on Matthews Avenue. Thirty-year-old Justin Lynch is charged with petit larceny.

Marshall University posters defaced with swastikas

Two history department course posters at Marshall University were defaced with swastikas. Marshall President Jerome Gilbert calls the act contrary to the very essence of the Marshall University Creed. School officials are investigating.

Controversial photo shows corrections officer giving Nazi salute

Governor Jim Justice is calling for the termination of a number of West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation employees. A photo surfaced that shows more than thirty members of a basic training class making a Nazi salute.