ASHLAND - It's a bird! It's a plane! No, it's a dock-diving dog?
Hundreds of dogs took to the air Friday for the kick-off of the Tin Woof Lodge and the Kentucky DockDog Club's DockDogs North Central Regional Championships.
Here are the closings for the Fourth of July holiday. This is a partial list of businesses, government offices and other agencies. Please call ahead to ensure operating hours for other offices and agencies.
HUNTINGTON - A three-time convicted felon caught a break in pleading guilty to a heroin charge in Huntington.
Jazzmyn Rochon Litzy, 35, of Cabell County, pleaded guilty to possessing with intent to distribute heroin. U.S. District Judge Robert C. Chambers set sentencing for Sept. 21.
KENOVA - New Mayor Terry Carpenter said he isn't aware of the Kenova Police Department's Drug Task Force being dissolved, but he is taking steps to improve the department's capability to investigate drug cases.
Sports medicine institute includes research, care for Tri-State athletes
HUNTINGTON - The crowning jewel in Marshall University's expanded athletic complex has been set in place.
BARBOURSVILLE - To honor the country and those who serve its people, Mud River Baptist Church is having a "Patriotic Anthem" Sunday, July 5, at the church.
HUNTINGTON - A precautionary boil water advisory for approximately 40 customers in Huntington along Adams Avenue from 16th Street West to 18th Street was issued Friday, according to a news release from West Virginia American Water.
HUNTINGTON - For those seeking a little excitement before the fireworks, Camden Park was the place to be Friday night.
CHARLESTON — A hiring freeze and budget cuts have helped West Virginia end the fiscal year with a small surplus.
The Fourth of July weekend kicked off in Huntington Friday with country music and fireworks at Dawg Dazzle.