HUNTINGTON - Marshall University has a new Student Affairs leadership team, Dr. Gayle Ormiston, senior vice president for academic affairs and provost, said in a press release Wednesday.
HUNTINGTON - In the past, whenever there was a charitable cause to get behind, Huntington firefighter Wes Bowden led the charge.
BARBOURSVILLE - Five new city servants were sworn into office in Barboursville Tuesday, including a new mayor, an event that had not happened for 14 years.
CEREDO - City police believe the assistant head cashier at Harbor Freight Tools stole more than $11,000 cash and merchandise from his Ceredo employer as part of a scheme that involved four other men.
HUNTINGTON - As the city of Huntington is witnessing the largest growth of drug addiction recovery and prevention efforts in the city's history, U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins, R-W.Va., wants health officials to know he's in a position to help.
HUNTINGTON - Officials from the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources, the City of Huntington and the Cabell-Huntington Health Department will join to announce the state's first pilot Syringe Exchange Program, to launch later this year in Cabell County.
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senators Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and Shelley Moore Capito, R-W.Va., have announced that WorkForce West Virginia will receive federal funding from the U.S. Department of Labor to support about 200 temporary jobs for eligible dislocated workers to assist with recovery and clean-up efforts as a result of severe storms and flooding across West Virginia, according to a news release.
HUNTINGTON - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says he hopes Monday's U.S. Supreme Court ruling against part of a set of new rules laid out by the Environmental Protection Agency will give him and other opponents more leverage heading into further proceedings.
HUNTINGTON — Organizers of Summer Science Adventure Camps at Marshall University are making young science buffs offers they can't refuse.
Tyshawn Desmeon Davis, 27, of Columbus, Ohio; Antoine Garfield Rushin, 42, of Detroit; Rudolph Donnell Willis, 41, of Warden, Michigan; and Rhonda Gail Akers, 50, of Huntington, were charged with felony possession with intent to distribute after SWAT raids at residences in the 1700 block of Buffington Avenue and the 1000 block of 6th Street West Monday night.