- Mayor announces finalists for Huntington Police chief
- West End community walk canceled
- Winding down the warm days at Ritter Park
- WV reports more than 800 new COVID-19 cases
- Park Service urges Gorge hikers to refrain from throwing rocks from clifftop trails
- Area bands take the field for annual marching championships
- Marshall plans to open baseball stadium by spring 2024
HUNTINGTON — More than 800 new cases of COVID-19 were reported in West Virginia on Sunday as the pandemic continues.
CHARLESTON — A bill to limit West Virginia employers in their ability to require workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus passed the House of Delegates on Friday.
CHARLESTON — One day after West Virginia recorded its 4,000th COVID-19-related death, the number of active coronavirus cases in the state climbed back over 10,000 on Friday.
CENTENARY, Ohio — Rock Hill won the boys and girls divisions of the Ohio Valley Conference high school cross country championships Saturday.
Marshall head coach Charles Huff finally saw his team get off to the fast start he's been waiting for as the Herd scored touchdowns on six straight possessions in its 49-21 win over North Texas on Friday night.
HUNTINGTON — No. 3 Marshall kept sending shots towards UAB’s goal, but could get nothing past Blazers goalkeeper Seth Torman.
The Build Back Better Agenda is exactly the boost West Virginia cities so desperately need right now. It will create jobs, lower taxes for those most in need, and reduce costs for working families. We are thankful and proud Sen. Joe Manchin is working diligently to negotiate the best deal fo…
NEW YORK — Americans continued to spend at a solid clip in September even while facing sticker shock in grocery aisles, car lots and restaurants as snarled global supply chains slow the flow of goods.
- Fan behavior leads to forfeit of JV football game
- Suspect in downtown Huntington shooting death arrested three years later
- Ohio man sentenced in federal drug case
- Arrest made two years after man gunned down in driveway of Huntington home
- Police called to picket lines at Special Metals
- Police roundup: Driver accused of injuring one in hit-and-run outside Huntington bar
- Chaffin new boys basketball coach at Spring Valley
- RODGER A. BLAKE
- Tri-State Trick-or-Treat times for 2021
- Controversy continues regarding private employer COVID vaccine mandates
- Photos: Spring Hill Cemetery guided tour
- Photos: Tri-State Marching Championship
- Photos: Marshall conducts National Coming Out Day event
- Photos: Marshall Institute for Cyber Security ribbon-cutting
- Photos: High school football, Cabell Midland vs. George Washington
- Photos: Re-enactors set up for Barboursville Civil War Days
- Photos: Fall Fest in Central City
- Photos: Westmoreland Quilt Blockers
- Photos: Huntington vs. St. Albans, football
- Photos: Flannel Fest at the Ashland Town Center