MILTON - Members of the Huntington Symphony Orchestra dropped by three schools on Friday to teach students a little something about music.
WASHINGTON - Fiery wrecks of trains hauling crude oil have intensified pressure on the Obama administration to approve tougher standards for railroads and tank cars despite industry complaints that it could cost billions and slow freight deliveries.
DRUG VIOLATIONS: Roland T. Chatmon, 25, of Pontiac, Michigan, was incarcerated Wednesday and charged with being a fugitive from justice and possession of a controlled substance with intent to deliver after a traffic stop in the 1300 block of Hal Greer Boulevard. Bond was denied. Chatmon was also wanted out of Kansas.
IRONTON - A Columbus, Ohio, area man and his uncle were sentenced to five years in prison in a drug case in Lawrence County Common Pleas Court.
HUNTINGTON - A plan to upgrade the security system at the Cabell County Courthouse may be delayed as bids for the project came in higher than expected during a county commission meeting Thursday morning.
SCOTTOWN, Ohio - Water service had been restored to most of the 2,200 Lawrence Water customers Thursday, but about 55 could have low or no water pressure and other customers face a boil water advisory.
SALT ROCK - Firefighters believe a furnace malfunction may be to blame for a Friday morning fire that displaced a man from his home in Salt Rock.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's School of Music and Theatre is bringing new musical works to the Tri-State this weekend during its 6th annual Festival of New Music, which began Friday and continues through Sunday.
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Statistics from the United States Department of Commerce show merchandise exports from West Virginia hit $7.5 billion in 2014 and helped the U.S. achieve a record-high $2.35 trillion for exports of goods and services.