HUNTINGTON -- A state building at 2699 Park Ave. in Huntington became "The Rosie the Riveter Building" on Tuesday in a brief ceremony in West Huntington.
HUNTINGTON -- Thousands of residents in Cabell and Wayne counties were left in the dark following a swift-moving storm Tuesday evening.
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HUNTINGTON -- Shane Ray McCaffrey turned to his victim's daughter Tuesday and apologized for having thrown a piece of cinder block that led to the man's death.
ASHLAND -- An Ashland man was arrested overnight after the execution of a search warrant in the 3400 block of Reeves Boulevard, according to Maj. Mark McDowell of the Ashland Police Department.
HUNTINGTON -- A graduation ceremony Tuesday evening was part of a week-long celebration for students at Covenant School.
ASHLAND -- The second annual Ashland HeartChase will take place Saturday, July 6, beginning at 10 a.m., as part of the annual Summer Motion event. Registration begins at 9 a.m.
MILTON -- Health concerns have forced a change in leadership in the Milton Police Department, according to recently re-elected Mayor Tom Canterbury.
When Mickey and Oswald bring life back to Wasteland in the video game "The Power of Two," it's a Technicolor testimony to how having a partner helps you get the most out of every situation. That's never been more true than when you're checking into the hospital.
HUNTINGTON -- One of Marshall University's oldest dorms has been demolished.
FORT GAY, W.Va. -- More than 100 students graduated from Tolsia High School on Tuesday evening during a ceremony at the school.
HUNTINGTON -- Prestera Foundation for Behavioral Health Services has received an additional allocation of tax credits through the Neighborhood Investment Program. Tax credits must be distributed by June 30.
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Frank Raymond Floyd pleaded guilty to his 15th felony Tuesday, admitting to a series of burglaries that occurred while he was on home confinement for committing an earlier string of break-ins.
Cabell County School Board members approved a $161.7 million budget Tuesday night for the 2013-2014 school year. Board members also officially tabled discussions on a balanced calendar proposal as they await for guidance from state officials.
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A convicted robber has been held in contempt of court for refusing to testify against a co-defendant in a December 2011 robbery that targeted a house of college students.
Approximately 20 Wayne High School seniors suspected of vandalizing the school will not participate in the school's graduation ceremony Wednesday evening.
HUNTINGTON -- Authorities fished a red Ford Ranger pickup truck, missing its license plate and with the keys still in the ignition, out of the Guyandotte River Monday afternoon.
The Spring Valley High School Class of 2013, 212 students strong, is filled with unique young adults, Principal Steve Morris said Monday as the group went through graduation ceremonies.
HUNTINGTON -- Valley Health Systems marked another milestone in serving the health care needs of the Tri-State Monday morning, with a dedication ceremony and ribbon-cutting at its new $8.7 million, 24,000-square-foot East Huntington location on U.S. 60 in Huntington.
ASHLAND -- The Regional Readers' Book Group will meet at 5:45 p.m. Tuesday, May 28, at the Jesse Stuart Foundation in Ashland.