- Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament schedule
- Chapman, Bartrum fill key roles for Huff's staff
- Kinsey sparks Herd to 75-66 Senior Day win over Charlotte
- Herd softball sweeps 2nd day at Thundering Herd Round Robin
- Cabell County woman among new virus deaths in W.Va.
- Kentucky governor tours flooded counties, promises help
- Photos: Little Victories’ Clean the Shelter Day
NEW YORK — A new national study adds strong evidence that mask mandates can slow the spread of the coronavirus, and that allowing dining at restaurants can increase cases and deaths.
WASHINGTON — An exhausted Senate narrowly approved a $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief bill Saturday as President Joe Biden and his Democratic allies notched a victory they called crucial for hoisting the country out of the pandemic and economic doldrums.
CHARLESTON — After a year off due to the coronavirus pandemic, the West Virginia Book Festival will return to the Charleston Coliseum & Convention Center on Oct. 22 and 23.
“Every time that you eat or drink, you are either feeding the disease or fighting it.” — Heather Morgan, MS, NLC
Apple pie. Could there be anything more American than apple pie? The most identifiable dish that has become the symbolic icon for events, holidays and just good ol’ fashioned eating has finally made it to my table.
The 2021 Conference USA Women's Basketball Tournament game-by-game schedule.
Marshall football head coach Charles Huff said Doug Chapman and Mike Bartrum are key additions to his staff to continue the momentum built with the community following his hire in January.
Marshall junior guard Taevion Kinsey scored 13 of his game-high 23 points in the final 11:25 as the Herd earned the No. 3 seed in the Conference USA East Division with a 75-66 Senior Day win over Charlotte on Saturday at Cam Henderson Center.
WASHINGTON — U.S. employers added a surprisingly robust 379,000 jobs last month in a sign the economy is strengthening as COVID-19 virus cases drop, vaccinations ramp up, Americans spend more and states ease restrictions on businesses.
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- New Hatfield-McCoy trails set to open March 1
- Vehicle fire spreads to new cars at dealership
- Huntington restaurant has alcohol license suspended
- Schools unite to support beloved photographer Sanborn
- Cabell BOE votes to build Meadows Elementary in new location
- Ohio River crests at highest level since 1997
- Police: Missing child, 6, killed and put into the Ohio River
- Justice income tax plan proposes big cuts, tax hikes
- Beloved photographer Sanborn dead from cancer
- Second round of Pandemic EBT payments for eligible children to be sent in March
- Photos: Flood waters rise around Huntington
- Photos: Areas around Cabell County experience flooding
- Photos: Area flooding
- Photos: Firefighters battle vehicle fire at River City Subaru
- Photos: Area continues to deal with flooding
- Photos: Cleanup continues at Heritage Farm
- Photos: Marshall volleyball team vs. Western Kentucky
- Photos: MU women's basketball vs. Rice University, Saturday
- Photos: Fairland vs. North Adams, boys basketball
- Photos: Friends of the Cabell County Public Library Used Book Sale