HUNTINGTON — Marshall University’s Institute for Cyber Security will continue to grow with a $1.75 million grant to establish a training center for police.
- Marshall to build forensic lab for digital forensic law enforcement training
- Ashland felon sentenced to five years for possession of a firearm
- Grand jury hands up murder indictment
- Police roundup: Grand larceny listed among HPD reports
- Photos: Cabell Midland vs. Capital, girls basketball
- Photos: Marshall vs. App State, women's basketball
- Union leaders advocate for pay increases, additional resources for WV teachers
WASHINGTON — President Joe Biden informed Congress on Monday that he will end the twin national emergencies for addressing COVID-19 on May 11, as most of the world has returned closer to normalcy nearly three years after they were first declared.
HUNTINGTON — The Cabell-Huntington Board of Health discussed COVID-19 data from December and January during its meeting Wednesday.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice tested positive for the coronavirus Tuesday, hours after he met with West Virginia University athletic director Wren Baker and Hall of Fame basketball coach Bob Huggins, the governor’s office said.
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WHEELING -- A 15-year National Football League player who quarterbacked a winning Super Bowl team and the winningest all-time, in-state college basketball coach will be inducted into the West Virginia Sports Hall of Fame.
Appalachian State led twice, but only for a combined 32 seconds.
PEDRO, Ohio — Fairland coach Jon Buchanan learned a lesson from the first time his Dragons girls basketball team played Ohio Valley Conference foe Rock Hill.
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HUNTINGTON — Saunders Lawn Care in Huntington started in 1991 with one truck and one lawn mower, according to owner Stephen Saunders.
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- Marshall student found dead on campus; foul play, substance use not suspected
- Marshall IDs student found dead in residence hall Sunday
- Nucor working through permit process, actively hiring
- George Carl Sr. Lambros
- Anna Marie Archer
- Cannabis company acquires 100,000 square feet facility from HADCO
- WSAZ Invitational coming down to crunch time
- Lost Huntington: C-K High School
- State Police executes warrant on Hot Cup in downtown Logan
- WV Senate passes bill to change vehicle inspections to every two years
- Photos: WSAZ Invitational Wrestling Tournament, Saturday
- Photos: WSAZ Invitational Wrestling Tournament, Friday
- Photos: Unity walk at Ritter Park
- Photos: MSAC swim meet at the Cam Henderson Center
- Photos: Firefighter vehicle extrication training
- Photos: Boys basketball, Chesapeake vs. Ironton
- Photos: Spring Valley vs. Cabell Midland, girls basketball
- Photos: Marshall men's basketball team takes on Georgia State
- Photos: Marshall Day at the Legislature
- Photos: Marshall conducts Black History Month kick-off