- Costumed therapy dogs bring joy to campus
- Police roundup: Indiana woman dies after car crash in Putnam County
- Monday nightobituary update
- Ohio reports more deaths than births; experts cite pandemic
- Biden 'positive' on budget deal; Manchin OK with wealth tax
- Ohio printed 35,000 wrong Wright Brothers license plates
- Moderna says its low-dose COVID shot works for kids 6 to 11
HUNTINGTON — More than 600 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in West Virginia on Sunday as the pandemic continues.
LEXINGTON, Ky. — A recent survey of Kentucky nurses found a quarter of those polled were likely to leave their jobs in the next year amid burnout and frustration, the Lexington Herald-Leader reported.
CHARLESTON — While West Virginia COVID-19 hospitalizations have been trending down from a peak of 1,012 on Sept. 24, Dr. Clay Marsh on Friday raised concerns that hospitalizations of fully vaccinated people are ticking up, accounting for 24% of the current 686 patients.
HUNTINGTON — Mountain Health Network and the community are painting the area pink for Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an annual campaign to raise awareness about the impact of breast cancer.
Meet Christina! She is 15 years old and is looking for her forever family. Christina can be described as intelligent, witty with a wonderful sense of humor, and a social butterfly.
I’m often asked if I shop regularly at warehouse clubs, or if warehouse clubs will save money over shopping at the supermarket. While I had a warehouse club membership prior to stepping up my couponing skills, I let it lapse after I realized that I was bringing groceries home for lower price…
PEDRO, Ohio -- Coal Grove secured a playoff berth with a 20-13 victory at Rock Hill Friday to close the regular season.
Chuck Landon Grades the Mountaineers … WVU 29, TCU 17
POMEROY, Ohio — Meigs (3-6) held Alexander to 66 total yards in a 36-3 victory in Pomeroy, Ohio.
THE DALLES, Ore. — Conflicts over water are as old as history itself, but the massive Google data centers on the edge of this Oregon town on the Columbia River represent an emerging 21st century concern.
- Realignment woes make Marshall sports' future cloudy
- Student senator seeks resolution to reconsider Smith as Marshall presidency candidate
- Ona man who appeared on History Channel show dies
- Service union workers at Cabell Huntington Hospital vote to send strike notice
- Chuck Landon: MU has options for new home
- Transplants to Putnam County have finally found “home”
- Marshall SGA subcommittee votes down presidential search resolution
- UPDATE: Arrest made after man shot in chest near Milton
- DANA MORRIS RYDER JR.
- Man admits to fentanyl-related crime after more than 50 pounds of illicit drugs seized
- Photos: Corks and Kegs at the Huntington Mall
- Photos: 8th annual All Aboard the Yoga Motive
- Photos: Volunteers help out at Kenova Pumpkin House
- Photos: Tri-State Marching Championship
- Photos: City of Huntington Time Capsule Closing Ceremony
- Photos: Spring Valley vs. Fairmont Senior, high school football
- Photos: Costume Party for Pets at Miller School Park
- Photos: Gallaher Village Pick Your Own Pumpkin Charlie Brown event
- Photos: Howl-O-Wiener dog races
- Photos: Collis P. Huntington bust dedication ceremony