HUNTINGTON -- Safety was the major concern voiced by Fairfield East residents during a meeting Monday at the Fairfield East Community Center to discuss plans for putting a long-term drug treatment facility in the area.
Herald-Dispatch.com will unveil a new design this afternoon. It's cleaner, easier to navigate and offers some new features.
HUNTINGTON -- The Marshall University Forensic Science Center is providing DNA analysis on evidence from property crimes for the Huntington Police Department in a collaborative effort with the West Virginia State Police and Cabell and Wayne county prosecutors.
HUNTINGTON -- A 17-year-old boy from Ironton was arrested Sunday morning after leading Huntington officers on a foot chase near the exit ramp of Interstate 64 on 16th Street Road.
HUNTINGTON — A 17-year-old boy from Ironton was arrested Sunday morning after leading Huntington officers on a foot chase near the exit ramp of Interstate 64 on 16th Street Road.
HUNTINGTON -- Cabell County Schools' quest to improve education at its two high schools won't be accomplished by curriculum changes alone, say experts who point to a variety of obstacles to better learning. MORE COVERAGE.
HUNTINGTON -- Clayton McNearney says "remaking space is much like making a work of art." This is clearly the case in his Huntington condominium. He has made his love of art the focus of his home with the textures, the materials and the projects he has worked into his comfort zone. PHOTO GALLERY.
HUNTINGTON -- After almost 60 years of covering sports in the Tri-State, Ernie Salvatore, retired sports editor of The Herald-Dispatch, was honored Friday night at the Marshall Memorial Student Center, the proceeds of which will benefit future sports journalists.
HUNTINGTON -- After every Marshall University home football game, there is one group of diehards that stay at the stadium for hours, and it's not the team or stadium staff. It's the cleanup crew.
MILTON -- The Milton Flea Market was still smoldering Thursday as investigators searched for clues to the cause of the fire that destroyed much of the complex the day before.
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Though the ceremony for the victims of the terrorist attack on the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, was beautiful, Dr. Ken Ambrose of East Pea Ridge said it was the presence of his wife, Sharon, family and friends that made the dedication of the Pentagon Memorial really special.
HUNTINGTON -- The Marshall Community & Technical College's first Board of Governors was sworn in Wednesday morning and given their first charge: Find a new home for the school.
MILTON -- Since noon Wednesday, Mark Connelly's phone hasn't stopped ringing at Scent From Heaven, the store located at 1555 1/2 3rd Ave., across from Marshall's campus.
HUNTINGTON -- A draft report on a proposal to lease public land around East Lynn Lake for mining incorrectly states that the lake is on the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection's list of impaired bodies of water, a spokesman with the agency says.
Cabell County Schools is looking for a new approach in its high schools, but the school system already has launched some changes aimed at improving secondary education. Three years ago, it formed the Freshmen Academy, with the hopes that it would help students better transition to the high school culture.
FAYETTEVILLE, W.Va. -- More than 400 jumpers are registered to parachute off the New River Gorge Bridge on Oct. 18, while 22 teams of climbers will rappel from its sides.
Many local police officers are finding their worst nightmare inside of a trailer parked along 7th Avenue -- an armed gunman ready and willing to fire. The trailer houses a live-action simulator equipped with different video scenarios. It tests the officers' reaction times and their verbal commands. It's armed with an air gun to fire Teflon pellets at officers who let their guard down.
WAYNE — A proposal to expand mining operations onto public land next to East Lynn Lake could increase the rate at which potentially harmful minerals are dissolved in the lake and some of its tributaries, a Marshall University geology professor told Wayne County commissioners Monday.
KENOVA -- It's hard to tell, when you're going about your business for the church, when you might say or do something that could change someone's life, Sarah Denman told her fellow members of First Baptist Church of Kenova on Sunday.
WASHINGTON -- The Bush administration, acting to avert the potential for major financial turmoil, announced Sunday that the federal government was taking control of mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
Harris Riverfront Park was filled with around 6,000 Tri-State music fans fist pumping to a hard hitting rock soundtrack Saturday at X106.3's X-Fest 2008.
HUNTINGTON -- For a half, the Huntington Highlanders appeared to answer all the questions that surrounded a disappointing opening game, as strong performances on both sides of the ball lead to a 10-0 advantage at halftime.