The plans for a skate park at Harris Riverfront Park were rolling along during a public meeting Thursday evening at the Big Sandy Superstore Arena.
Students in Cabell County finished the school year Thursday, with many elementary schools hosting games and activities.
West Virginia State Police were searching for a man who Sgt. G.N. Losh said tricked his way into one man's home Thursday night.
Officials from Mayo Clinic and Pikeville Medical Center announced Thursday that the center is the latest member of the Mayo Clinic Care Network.
Christopher D. Kendrick, 28, Dwayne Allen Johnson, 28, Teoka Ann Tieann Davenport, 24, and Allen Deshawn Mullins, 44, all of Columbus, Ohio, each were arrested Friday and charged with one felony count of possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver.
The National Weather Service has confirmed a microburst uprooted trees and damaged homes Wednesday in Putnam County.
WAYNE -- The Wayne County Democratic Executive Committee will have a special meeting to review the process for selecting candidates to replace West Virginia House of Delegates Speaker, D-Wayne.
A man was arrested Friday in connection with a house fire that destroyed a home in Barboursville in March.
Veterans and communities across the Tri-State will mark Memorial Day weekend by honoring the area's fallen service members with time-honored traditions great and small.
What we consume each day through eating and drinking is transformed into energy for our bodies to use through a process called metabolism.
HUNTINGTON -- Kidical Mass is sponsoring a geocache-themed family bicycle ride Sunday, May 26.
ASHLAND -- Kentucky highway officials closed the Ben Williamson Memorial Bridge about 9:45 a.m. Thursday for safety reasons, causing traffic problems in Ironton as motorists tried to get back to Kentucky. The one-way bridge, which brings traffic from Ohio to Kentucky, will be closed at least through the holiday weekend.
HUNTINGTON -- Huntington officials will ask the Municipal Home Rule Board to grant the city a tool for eliminating blight.
CHARLESTON -- A commission studying West Virginia's highway system is proposing tax and fee increases to raise millions of dollars for maintenance and repairs.
HUNTINGTON -- The 600 block of 9th Street was a busy place Wednesday morning as the Homeless Veterans Resource Center hosted its annual Stand Down to show appreciation for veterans and highlight the vendors who provide services for them.
BECKLEY, W.Va. -- An inmate who escaped from the Beckley Correctional Center on Monday was captured Wednesday.
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HUNTINGTON -- Board members for the Tri-State Transit Authority passed its operating and capital budgets for the upcoming fiscal year, which begins July 1. Both items passed Wednesday morning with unanimous support.
SOUTH POINT, Ohio -- The Health Care Law: Things You Need to Know will be presented at the South Point Library at 6 p.m. Thursday, May 30. This session, presented by Ann Lemley, pertains to individuals age 50 and older with health insurance, without health insurance, on Medicare or Medicare Advantage and those in long-term care.
HUNTINGTON -- Hospice of Huntington Inc. will host two sessions at its downtown office, 1101 6th Ave., Huntington, in June.
With eight in 10 farmers making less than $10,000 a year, West Virginia will never rival big Midwestern factory farms in producing food. But creative collaborations with food entrepreneurs are seeding a new kind of economy that federal officials say could become a model for 12 other Appalachian states.
The following information was provided by the Marshall University Police Department: