HUNTINGTON -- A team of Marshall University researchers recently published an article on the effects of prolonged power outages on the health care of elderly, bedridden patients.
WAYNE -- The Wayne County Board of Education will convene for a special meeting at 9 a.m. Monday, Dec. 9, in the Wayne County Board of Education Conference Room.
CHARLESTON -- Gordon Gee is eager to put his 2 cents in at West Virginia University, even though his second stint leading the school is expected to be short.
BARBOURSVILLE -- Eight people were booked on felony charges at the Western Regional Jail between Friday and Saturday evenings.
HURRICANE -- This week, Dec. 8 through Dec. 14, is National Influenza Vaccination Week, a national observance established to highlight the importance of influenza vaccination.
HUNTINGTON -- Whether children are writing a letter to Santa Claus or meeting with him one-on-one, communication is key when it comes to relaying Christmas wishes to St. Nick.
HUNTINGTON -- About 200 people weren't playing any reindeer games as they pounded the pavement during the 3rd annual Run Rudolph 5K Saturday morning in downtown Huntington.
McLEAN, Va. -- A memo released quietly by regulators earlier this year has carved a major loophole in West Virginia's rules restricting the amount of waste that can be accepted by the state's landfills, all with the intent to ease a burgeoning problem caused by the boom in gas drilling, environmentalists say.
HUNTINGTON -- The Huntington Police Department's patrol captain is threatening to order his officers to stop making arrests amid mounting frustration with a local warrant database he deemed unreliable.
HUNTINGTON -- All of the items on sale at Heritage Farm Museum and Village's Holiday Market Saturday were made by local hands and from local hearts, said Joann Chambers, who sold jewelry and other holiday-themed items.