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  • Chappell shoots 59 in return from back surgery

  • Kevin Chappell became the 10th player to break 60 on the PGA Tour as he used a record-tying nine consecutive birdies to shoot an 11-under 59 at the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia on Friday.
  • Golf: Rookie of the year Im celebrates with Greenbrier ace

  • A day after winning the Arnold Palmer Award as the 2018-19 PGA Tour Rookie of the Year, Im Sung-jae celebrated the start of the new season in style with a hole-in-one during the opening round at the Greenbrier Classic in West Virginia on Thursday.
  • Ex-football player gets more than 50 years behind bars for murdering classmate

  • A Maine man who used to play football at West Virginia University and in Europe will spend the next 58 years behind bars for murdering a 19-year-old former classmate. Jalique Keene, a stand-out running back, was sentenced Wednesday by a judge in Bar Harbor. He had been convicted in May of killing Mikaela Conley —...
  • Kentucky teen arrested for death threats against college cheerleaders

  • A Kentucky teen has been busted for allegedly threatening to kill a woman and her family — and the entire cheerleading team of a West Virginia college. Tanner Wayne Rasnake, 18, was arrested Monday and charged with felony threat of terroristic acts, The Herald-Dispatch reported, citing criminal complaints from Cabell County Magistrate Court in West...
  • Trump honors NBA legend Jerry West with Medal of Freedom

  • President Trump on Thursday awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom to Los Angeles Lakers legend Jerry West during a ceremony in the Oval Office. The president, in his welcoming remarks, touted his election victory in West’s native West Virginia as he praised the star hoopster as “one extraordinary American.” “I swear my name is going...
  • Joe Manchin says he plans to stay in Senate, won’t run for governor

  • Sen. Joe Manchin announced Tuesday he planned to stay put in the Senate and not run for West Virginia governor, spelling relief for Democrats who now see a pathway to taking the Senate majority in 2020. “I have always said that ‘public service is not self-service.’ So, when considering whether to run for governor, I...

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