- Outdoor reprieves still popular
- Marshall School of Art and Design to open new exhibits
- Police roundup: Shoplifting, trespassing listed among HPD incidents
- Photos: Ironton vs. South Point, boys basketball
- Kentucky reports two cases of COVID-19 variant
- Judge denies teachers unions' bid to halt in-person learning
- Two ex-Huntington politicians indicted in 2019 shooting ask for dismissal
FRANKFORT, Ky. — Kentucky’s governor praised the federal government’s promise of increased COVID-19 vaccine deliveries as he announced the state’s first confirmed cases of a coronavirus variant Tuesday.
CHARLESTON — A West Virginia judge on Tuesday denied an attempt by teachers unions to halt the state's decision to reopen classrooms last week amid the pandemic.
An increasing number of COVID-19 vaccination sites around the U.S. are canceling appointments because of vaccine shortages in a rollout so rife with confusion that even the new CDC director admitted she doesn't know exactly how many shots are in the pipeline.
HUNTINGTON — The Marshall University School of Art and Design has opened new exhibits this month with the start of the spring semester, according to a news release.
WAYNE — A new local author will sign books at a local sweet and ice cream shop Jan. 30.
CHARLESTON — Two of the artists on the soundtrack for the 1987 movie “Matewan” will perform for a kickoff event for the Battle of Blair Mountain Centennial on Friday, Sept. 3.
HUNTINGTON — Wheelersburg (14-0) is ninth and Fairland (10-3) is 11th in Division III in the Ohio Associated Press high school boys basketball poll.
SOUTH POINT, Ohio — South Point outscored visiting Rock Hill 19-8 in the third quarter to pull away for a 48-33 victory in girls high school basketball on Monday.
Marshall earned a weekend sweep at FIU last weekend, but head coach Dan D'Antoni said his team is still not back to the rhythm he saw before a forced shutdown due to COVID-19 protocols earlier this month.
West Virginia may be near the bottom of too many lists, but one list that it tops is its ability to get COVID-19 vaccines into the arms of people who need it most.
WASHINGTON — Janet Yellen, sworn in Tuesday as the nation’s 78th Treasury secretary and the first woman to hold the office, said in a message to the department’s 84,000 employees that they would play a major role in addressing the country’s biggest economic challenges.
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- Lawsuit accuses Cabell County Schools of failing to protect student from sexual abuse
- Herd football staff starting to come together
- Huff's staff for 2021 nearly finalized
- Police roundup: Wayne County couple found after more than 450 grams of meth, heroin found
- Morgues, funeral homes hover at capacity as deaths rise in region
- Police roundup: Pikeville teen jailed on child porn charges
- The Herald-Dispatch All Tri-State Football Team
- Chuck Landon: Mississippi St. was linch-pin for MU hiring Huff
- Lucky few hit COVID-19 vaccine jackpot for rare extra doses
- New title and tag shop to open in Wayne
- Photos: Drive-thru COVID-19 vaccination clinic
- Photos: People spend time at Lake William
- Photos: LesMills BodyCombat course at The Rec
- Photos: Day of Service
- Photos: Girl's High School Basketball, Fairland vs. Chesapeake
- Photos: Marshall vs. FIU, women's basketball
- Photos: Chesapeake vs. Coal Grove, girls basketball
- Photos: MU Women's Basketball team defeats FIU
- Photos: Girl's High School Basketball, Ashland vs. Morgan County
- Photos: Boy's High School Basketball, Ashland vs Robertson County