UVALDE, Texas — An 18-year-old gunman opened fire Tuesday at a Texas elementary school, killing at least 19 children as he went from classroom to classroom, officials said, in the latest gruesome moment for a country scarred by a string of massacres. The attacker was killed by law enforcement.
- Gunman kills at least 19 children at Texas elementary school
- St. Albans, Lincoln County eye Class AAA titles
- Photos: Heritage Farm's new Mountain Rim Bike Park
- Active COVID cases drop in West Virginia
- Photos: Hurricane vs. Cabell Midland, baseball
- Double homicide case moves to grand jury
- Huntington Police Department details monthlong operation
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 548 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday as active cases decreased to 2,236. That’s 265 fewer cases than were reported Monday, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ pandemic dashboard.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia reported 2,131 new COVID-19 cases on Monday as active cases increased to 2,501. That’s 205 more active cases than were reported Friday and the most active cases the state has seen since the end of February, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’…
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — After mass shootings killed and wounded people grocery shopping, going to church and simply living their lives last weekend, the nation marked a milestone of 1 million deaths from COVID-19. The number, once unthinkable, is now an irreversible reality in the United States —…
Editor’s Note: This is the 445th in a series of articles recalling vanished Huntington scenes.
CHARLESTON — The following events happened on these dates in West Virginia history. To read more, go to e-WV: The West Virginia Encyclopedia at www.wvencyclopedia.org.
HUNTINGTON — The Woman’s Club of Huntington dedicated its 16th tree in Ritter Park on Earth Day, April 22. The Autumn Glory maple was added to the trees that were placed in the park by the Woman’s Club of Huntington every year since 2006.
LOGAN — Good pitching beat good hitting on this night as Sissonville defeated Logan 3-2 in the opener of the best-of-three Class AA Region 4 tournament Tuesday at Logan’s Roger E. Gertz Field.
All season, Lincoln County and St. Albans have been two teams deemed on a collision course for the Class AAA softball title. On Wednesday, the two continue that quest against each other in the first round of the Class AAA Tournament at South Charleston's Little Creek Park at approximately noon.
Johnny Jock, high school football star, won’t be paid to shill for the local sporting goods store in Ohio, at least not this year.
Surveys I’ve checked lately indicate 79% of Americans pray “at least once in awhile,” but over half pray every day, mostly about their own concerns or challenges among family members and friends. Only 20% are said to pray “for global problems and injustices.”
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- Noah Thompson returns to hometown as 'American Idol' finalist
- Noah Thompson named the newest ‘American Idol’
- Dreamland Pool needs lifeguards; concession, maintenance workers
- British Invasion greets guests at St. Mary’s Gala
- Marshall’s Tamar Slay resigns from position as Herd’s assistant coach
- Destiny Kay Smith
- Summer Concert Series, presented by iHeartRadio, returns June 2
- Noah Thompson to sing for chance at ‘American Idol’ title
- Cabell Midland strings, stagecraft teacher retires, shares lifetime of music
- Spring Hill Elementary principal celebrated before retirement
- Photos: St. Mary's Gala
- Photos: American Idol finalist Noah Thompson returns home for a parade and free concert
- Photos: Cabell Midland High School prom
- Photos: Fairfield community reveals mural at Unlimited Future Inc.
- Photos: Star Wars Weekend in downtown Huntington
- Photos: Tri-State Star Students 2022
- Photos: Spring Hill Elementary Principal Pamela Bailey honored during retirement celebration
- Photos: Grace Christian School 2022 Commencement Exercises
- Photos: Girls on the Run Celebration 5K
- Photos: Pancake Festival