Marshall football soars into its bye week with two straight wins after handily defeating North Texas, 49-21, at Apogee Stadium in Denton, Texas on Friday night.
Sunday, October 17, 2021
HUNTINGTON — Representing four states and nearly 30 high schools, marching bands from across the region descended on Huntington for the Tri-State Marching Championships held at Marshall University on Saturday.
HUNTINGTON — Appalachian heritage was celebrated through music, story and dance Saturday as Old Central City hosted its annual Fall Fest.
HUNTINGTON — Stabilizing student enrollment and creating equal opportunity for a diverse student population are items Bret Danilowicz intends to prioritize if selected as Marshall University’s next president.
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.
Saturday, October 16, 2021
CHARLESTON — Lack of staffing, dilapidated structures and little reimbursement for care, among other things, are pushing the Department of Health and Human Resources to rethink how it operates West Virginia’s four state-run long-term care facilities.
CEREDO — The Golden Minds Center for Learning and Development and Golden Treasures Resale Shop opened its doors to the community Friday, giving those who enjoy thrift shopping an opportunity to support the Golden Girl Group Home.
The West Virginia Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention conducts its Huntington Out of the Darkness Walk on Saturday, Oct. 16, 2021, at Harris Riverfront Park in Huntington.
CHARLESTON — The first week of a special legislative session called to address congressional and legislative redistricting ended Friday with the West Virginia House of Delegates adjourning until further notice and the Senate continuing to spin its wheels.
BARBOURSVILLE — Tents were pitched, firewood was gathered and re-enactors worked together Friday to set up camp in Barboursville for this weekend’s Civil War Days.
Marshall quarterback Grant Wells accounted for four of his five total touchdowns before halftime as the Herd earned a 49-21 win over the Mean Green at Apogee Stadium in Denton, Texas, on Friday night.
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 — West Virginia is ready to move forward with a plan to expand long-sought broadband access in rural communities at a potential cost of more than $1 billion, Gov. Jim Justice announced 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.
CHARLESTON — Two incumbent Republicans in the U.S. House whose West Virginia districts merged under a newly minted congressional map announced Thursday that they will run for re-election next year.
HUNTINGTON — Nearly two years after a man was killed after being gunned down in his driveway on 28th Street in Huntington, an arrest has been made.
CHARLESTON — Legislators completed work Thursday on a new West Virginia congressional map, reducing the current three congressional districts to two.
The eight-part miniseries about America’s opioid crisis weaves together the painkiller’s devastating toll and the actions of those who aided it or failed to stop it. Three episodes debuted Wednesday on the streaming service Hulu.
HUNTINGTON — A Charleston man on the run for more than three years after a deadly shooting at a downtown Huntington bar has been caught.
HUNTINGTON — A health fair engineered to raise awareness and provide solutions for health disparities facing minority communities in West Virginia was held Thursday at the A.D. Lewis Community Center in Huntington.
Marshall University Minority Health Institute’s 3rd annual West Virginia Minority Health Fair is held on Thursday, Oct. 14, 2021, at the A.D. Lewis Community Center in Huntington.
HUNTINGTON — Mayor Steve Williams' community walk in the downtown area with District 3 City Councilwoman Tia Rumbaugh that was scheduled for Thursday has been postponed and will be rescheduled at a later date.
HUNTINGTON — Traffic along Interstate 64 in West Huntington was reduced to one lane early Thursday after a tractor-trailer carrying equipment for country singer Jason Aldean wrecked.
A federal judge on Wednesday allowed Purdue Pharma to resume its work carrying out the recent $10 billion settlement plan that allowed the Oxycontin maker to emerge from bankruptcy.
Marshall running back Rasheen Ali has a poster of another Ali - boxing great Muhammad - on the wall of his room. Rasheen Ali was a boxer as a kid and said the mentality and the physical traits needed have helped him excel as a running back.
CHARLESTON — West Virginia’s House of Delegates passed its redistricting map Wednesday amid sharp criticism from Democrats that the new single-member district system for all 100 delegates was weighted heavily in favor of supermajority Republicans.
HUNTINGTON — Collaboration and comprehensive opportunities are the main focuses of Malaysia native Bernard Arulanandam, one of the five finalists in the search for Marshall University’s next president.