HUNTINGTON — The Huntington Police Department has located a man once believed to have been missing.
PETIT LARCENY: Eric Harlin Parsley, 23, of Huntington, was charged with petit larceny and fleeing on foot after the report of a man stealing a coffee maker valued at $119 from Starbucks on Tuesday evening, according to the criminal complaint. When officers located the suspect in the 1000 block of 4th Avenue, he fled. He was apprehended near 5th Avenue and officers recovered a ladies' watch, men's clothing and a gun. More charges could be filed.
HUNTINGTON — The story of Jesus' birth came to life Wednesday outside of the Guyandotte Church of Christ located at 207 Staunton Street.
HUNTINGTON — An $18-million project that widened Interstate 64 in Huntington is "substantially complete," although state officials say a reduced speed limit will remain in place until crews lay a final layer of asphalt next spring.
HUNTINGTON — Five Cabell County agencies are receiving a share of nearly $250,000 in grants from the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection to expand and improve recycling efforts.
IRONTON — Thirty-three nursing graduates at Ohio University Southern received their nursing pins in a ceremony Friday evening at the Collins Center, Bowman Auditorium.
Children living at the Huntington City Mission this holiday season were treated to some Christmas fun on Tuesday at Redemption Church in downtown Huntington.
A wave of flu illnesses has forced some Ohio schools to shut down over the past week — and one even asked parents if they could volunteer and to help disinfect the school while students were kept home.
West Virginia native Bill Withers will be part of the new class of inductees into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame next year, officials announced Tuesday.
The Greater Barboursville Community Outreach will provide free meals from 3-5 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 27, at First United Methodist Church, 615 Water St. in Barboursville.