BC-WV--West Virginia News Digest 2 pm, WV
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CHARLESTON, W.Va. _ Leaders of the West Virginia Legislature outline their priorities for the upcoming session.
PHOENIX _ After a campaign buoyed by a surge in teacher activism, Arizona’s new schools chief took office with a pledge to address the kind of grievances that led to school-shuttering walkouts in several states last spring.
_TEACHER-DRUG CHARGE, from White Sulphur Spring: A West Virginia high school teacher accused of arranging drug transactions with a student has been arrested.
_TEACHER WAGES, from Charleston: West Virginia Schools Superintendent Steve Paine says he supports a possible one-time pay incentive for teachers to improve their math education and teaching skills.
_JUDICIAL VACANCIES, from Charleston: The West Virginia Judicial Vacancy Advisory Commission is taking applications for vacancies in three judicial circuits.
MORGANTOWN, W. Va. _ West Virginia coach Bob Huggins grew tired of a lack of commitment from his players during what’s gone from a promising to a lackluster season, so he sent them a message, starting a freshman walk-on in a Big 12 road game.
AP TOP 25 HEAT CHECK
UNDATED _ Clemson beat Alabama for the national championship, but can the Tigers keep the Crimson Tide from reaching another less significant milestone? Looking at the final AP Top 25 of 2018 with an eye toward 2019.
WHO’S NO 1
NEW YORK _ For the first time in a long time, a handful of teams could make an argument to be No. 1 in The Associated Press women’s basketball poll.
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