- Apartment fire in Highlawn remains under investigation
- Thursday afternoon obituary update
- Marshall breaks ground on School of Aviation
- Thursday morning obituary update
- Second alleged victim, investigators testify at third day of Huntington rape trial
- Wednesday night obituary update
- Economic crisis in Kentucky has workers, businesses furious with McConnell
The parade of cars honked incessantly as they crawled past the federal courthouse on West Broadway, their message clear to anyone who bothered to steal a glance at their signs outside.
CHARLESTON — Our Students First Coalition, a coalition of anti-poverty nonprofits and a few county-level school worker unions, held a news conference Wednesday outside the Capitol Complex building urging officials to slow the push to restart in-person classes.
CHARLESTON — A North Carolina egg supplier unlawfully drove up the cost of eggs at grocery stores throughout West Virginia during the height of the coronavirus shutdown in March and April, according to a lawsuit filed by the West Virginia Attorney General’s Office.
BOOK: A new book, “Dolly Parton, Songteller: My Life in Lyrics,” will explore the country icon’s vast musical catalog. The new book, which was written with Robert K. Oermann, will be released on Nov. 17 via Chronicle Books. In addition, Dolly will deliver an audio version of the book via RBm…
I must admit, I know very little about poetry and over the years I have avoided reading it because I worried that I wouldn’t “get it” and would feel bad for not understanding what the author was trying to say. After hearing how wonderful Kari Gunter-Seymour’s poetry is and having exchanged m…
It’s that time of year again — back-to-school season is upon us. Whether you have children at home who are headed back to school or you’re a child-free household, the fact remains that this is one of the best times of the year to purchase a variety of school supplies for your home use or per…
All eyes are focused on college football’s debate over whether or not to have a 2020 season.
CHARLESTON — Attendance at West Virginia high school athletics contests this fall will be determined by the state’s upcoming metric that will evaluate the safety level for schools to be open in each of the 55 counties regarding the spread of COVID-19.
A day after the Big 12 presidents decided that the league would move forward with football in the 2020 fall season, the conference released the road map.
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- Outbreak reported in Cabell County church
- Brea McClung: Don't make school children lab rats in a COVID-19 experiment
- Local family hit hard by coronavirus after funeral
- Former Marshall, NFL star Chad Pennington enjoying high school coaching
- Head on collision kills 2, injures 2 on Tolsia Highway
- Man charged with malicious wounding
- Hurricane man indicted federally on child porn charge
- Former Herd DT Whyce passes away
- West Virginia senator says he won’t part with General Lee car or cover its Confederate flag
- Alleged rape victim testifies about assault, relationship with defendant in Huntington trial
- Photos: MU Department of Communication Disorders conducts drive-thru celebration
- Photos: 2020 Festival of Glass at Blenko Glass
- Photos: Fairland vs. River Valley, volleyball
- Photos: Marshall football practice, Aug. 11
- Photos: Mountwest conducts drive through enrollment event
- Photos: Volunteers renovate playground at Celebration Church
- Photos: School supply giveaway at New Hope United Methodist Church
- Photos: Marshall football practice, Aug. 6
- Photos: Marshall football practice, Aug. 3
- Photos: “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown”