Unsafe conditions leads to end of Huntington Classic Regatta 2015.
Joe Stewart, of Crown City, Ohio, kept the proud Shawnee State University tradition of success thriving Saturday morning with a victory in the 5K portion of the Bun Run 10K/5K that opened the West Virginia Hot Dog Festival in downtown Huntington.
Steve Thacker is taking full advantage of having regained his amateur status in golf.
The Huntington native who made his mark in the pro ranks as a long-drive competitor is staying busy on the tournament trail in 2015 and making steady progress, too.
Lee Daniel hopes to do Sunday what he appeared to be on his way to doing Saturday.
HUNTINGTON - Michael Willis recorded a golf hole-in-one Saturday at Rivera Country Club.
Willis aced the No. 13 hole, a 135-yard, par-3 with an 8-iron.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's baseball program has its eighth professional player.
Kolin Stanley, who finished his career this year as the Thundering Herd pitching staff earned run average leader, signed a pro contract with the Washington (Pa.) Wild Things of the independent Frontier League.
Basketball player TyQuane Goard. who was dismissed from the Marshall University program in October 2014, landed at West Virginia University.
What seemed like a normal story previewing an event turned into a major adrenaline rush Friday.
CHARLESTON - Christian Brand appeared to be stuck in first gear Friday in the final round of the West Virginia Open golf championship at Berry Hills Country Club.
Friday afternoon had a calmness on the Ohio River.
Former Marshall assistant Brad Lambert leads Charlotte 49ers football into another season.
HUNTINGTON - Former Chattanooga Mocs player Destiny Bramblett was named as director of operations for the Marshall University women's basketball program.
Kentucky senior associate athletic director Russ Pear remains confident that Commonwealth Stadium will be ready for the Wildcats' Sept. 5 season opener despite being "stressed about things" because of this month's heavy rains.
HUNTINGTON - Barboursville's 10-11 year old baseball all-star team saw plenty of drama while waiting for its Little League State Tournament semifinal game Wednesday.