HUNTINGTON - At least three people were jailed on felony charges Sunday at the Western Regional Jail, according to booking records.
HUNTINGTON - A late June plea agreement revealed a Detroit man hid heroin in a Pringles can and iPhone boxes.
David Darrell Walker, 37, of Detroit, pleaded guilty to possession with intent to distribute heroin. U.S. District Judge Robert C. Chambers set sentencing for Sept. 28.
CHARLESTON - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey will join several state organizations to host a town hall meeting in Putnam County to discuss the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and Environmental Protection Agency's new rule regulating local waterways and his office's legal challenge to it.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University this week received the eighth installment in a series of $100,000 gifts from BB&T supporting the BB&T Center for the Advancement of American Capitalism at MU's College of Business, according to a news release from the university.
HUNTINGTON - The Ritter Park Amphitheater was bumping Sunday as seven bands took the stage for a free concert. Concert-goers were treated to five hours of free live music from the likes of The Shadowshaker Band, The Sugarbeats and others starting in the afternoon and playing until about 7 p.m. for the Ritter Live event.
Cabell Board of Education will decide the fate of $4.8 million in surplus funds.
Sunday was a good day for Blake Williams and her German shepherd, Bliss.
The Herald-Dispatch interviews Marshall University interim president Gary White.
KENOVA - Ceredo and Kenova celebrated Independence Day with some hometown patriotic tunes.
The 17th annual Ceredo-Kenova Alumni Band Patriotic Concert took place at the Kenova Gazebo on Saturday.
HUNTINGTON - Kim and Joe Cochran of South Charleston are in the process of adopting a second child. Their first is a boy who they adopted at age 10.