- Texas Tech QB Colombi commits to Marshall
- More than 4,000 new COVID cases recorded in WV
- Remains found over embankment near Ashland
- Crews prepare for predicted winter storm
- Disc golfers ‘Freeze’ during charity event
- Remote attendance, other rules of Huntington City Council reviewed
- Area teams compete in Academic Showdown regional match
HUNTINGTON — More than 4,100 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in West Virginia on Sunday as the pandemic continues.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said he hopes to be back at the state Capitol on Monday after falling ill with COVID-19 earlier this week, according to an interview with Hoppy Kercheval on MetroNews’ Talkline on Friday.
CHARLESTON — More new COVID-19 cases were reported in West Virginia over the past week than any other since the pandemic began, according to the Department of Health and Human Resources’ dashboard.
HUNTINGTON — Marshall University has released its president’s and dean’s lists for the 2021 fall semester.
HUNTINGTON — For the past several years, Huntington Post 16, SAL Squadron 16 and Auxiliary Unit 16 have partnered to recognize and honor veterans at the Hershel “Woody” Williams VA Medical Center in Huntington on Christmas Day.
NAME, SIZE AND BREED: Sweetie Pie was left at the shelter during a rainstorm. He is already neutered and is around 3 1/2 years old.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — The Ohio High School Athletic Association Board of Directors voted unanimously to add girls wrestling and boys volleyball as emerging sports beginning with the 2022-23 school year.
Marshall's football program landed a huge commitment on Sunday afternoon as former Texas Tech quarterback Henry Colombi announced he was committed to the Thundering Herd. Colombi threw for 2,300 yards in the last two seasons at Texas Tech after starting his career at Utah State.
Kansas head coach Bill Self might have made the definitive move of Saturday’s game against West Virginia before one second had even ticked off the clock.
ST. LOUIS — The Biden administration is moving to tighten oversight of projects that benefited from Trump-era loosened water protections, but some projects including a controversial Georgia mine will likely be able to escape new scrutiny.
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- DR. KENNETH J. O'CONNOR
- County sends letter to employees about absences
- Basketball rivals comfort one another in deaths of parents
- Justice receiving care at home, ‘not doing well’ after contracting COVID-19
- New planned strip mall development in South Point contingent on infrastructure grants
- Cabell County indictments: Lesage man indicted on arson charge
- Brad Smith and E. Gordon Gee: WVU, Marshall cooperate to move state forward
- Special Metals layoffs come as strike negotiations continue
- TIFFANI BROOKE YOUNG DIAL
- REV. WILLIAM KEITH CREASY
- Photos: First day of Marshall's 2022 Spring semester
- Photos: Fishing at Lake William in Barboursville.
- Photos: 34th annual The Original Toughman Contest, Night Two
- Photos: Boy's basketball, Huntington St. Joe vs. Lawrence County
- Photos: “A Night on 5th” art walk
- Photos: Facing Hunger Foodbank mobile food pantry
- Photos: 34th annual The Original Toughman Contest
- Photos: Frost Bite Freeze Out at Beech Fork
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. South Charleston, boys basketball
- Photos: Spring Valley vs. Huntington, boys basketball