HUNTINGTON - This year's Cabell County Summer Food Service Program celebrated its 30,000th free lunch served Thursday at the Cabell County Public Library, complete with food, games and activities for children, as well as guest speakers.
HUNTINGTON - Ariel the mermaid has made it to the world above at Huntington's Ritter Park Amphitheater.
If that weren't enough, Queen Elsa finally "Let it Go" and almost blanketed the entire land in ice and snow.
This weekend, we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the biggest event in TV history - the Apollo 11 moon landing.
HURRICANE, W.Va. - Whether you're looking to grab a quick lunch before a round of golf or want to kick back with a drink at the end of your day, there's a new restaurant and bar at Sleepy Hollow Golf Club in Hurricane, West Virginia.
One Foot in Pullman Square
The Pullman Square Summer Concert Series continues Thursday, July 18, with the band One Foot, which is comprised of musicians Wally Wilkes, Sammy Mendez Torres, Ray Singleton, Gary Riffe and Randy Hogsett.
HUNTINGTON - After three years of planning and a year of construction and renovation, the new Delta Hotels b
A dramatic slowdown in worldwide growth at Netflix - including the first quarterly drop in its U.S. subscribers since 2011 - is raising questions about just how much people are willing to pay for streaming services. Especially with a host of new ones from Disney, Apple and others on their way.
A year ago, people driving the West Virginia Turnpike paid $6 in tolls to get from Charleston to Bluefield - three tolls of $2 each. This year the tolls have doubled, so the one-way trip now costs $12, or $24 for a round trip.
He played at Arkansas before starting his coaching career in his home state of Oklahoma, latched on to Jimmy Johnson and followed him from stop to stop before getting his shot to run a team. Those stops included Oklahoma State, the University of Miami and the NFL's Dallas Cowboys, where Davis was part of a staff that helped the Cowboys to consecutive Super Bowl wins.
HUNTINGTON - Marshall University's baseball program batted .500 in retaining recruits selected in the Major League baseball Draft in June.