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Ex-federal employee gets 6 months for accessing medical files of Ojeda, others

HUNTINGTON — While a man was sent to federal prison Tuesday after admitting to fraud, the full toll of his actions on the lives of six of h… Read more

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D'Antoni downplays Herd's rebounding difficulties

HUNTINGTON - Marshall's rebounding totals took on a statistical anomaly in last week's contests, but head coach Dan D'Antoni said the stats don't tell the full story when it comes to front-court rebounding. Read more

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Local NAACP, community celebrate King's legacy

HUNTINGTON — Snow flurries and icy temperatures didn’t stop community members from taking part in the annual memorial march, put on by the … Read more

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Cabell Midland No. 1 in AP boys basketball poll

HUNTINGTON — Cabell Midland High School’s football team spent most of the season ranked No. 1 in Class AAA and now the Knights are in the s… Read more

Man shot in arm at Lesage home

LESAGE — Emergency officials responded to the scene of a reported shooting Tuesday night in the Lesage area. Read more

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West Virginia invites NRA as Virginia plans for gun-control

CHARLESTON — A West Virginia senator is inviting the National Rifle Association to move to his state as lawmakers pursue gun-control measures in neighboring Virginia, where the group now has its headquarters. Read more

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Lawrence County, Ohio, joins ranks of counties declaring themselves ‘Second Amendment sanctuaries’

COAL GROVE, Ohio — Joining other communities around the Tri-State, the Lawrence County Board of Commissioners adopted a resolution declarin… Read more

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Senate passes bill to allow faith-based drug prevention in schools

CHARLESTON — The West Virginia Senate Monday passed a bill opposed by the ACLU of West Virginia to allow faith-based electives in drug prevention courses taught in K-12 public schools. Read more

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Photos: Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum Black History Month Program

Marshall University’s Dr. Carter G. Woodson Lyceum hosts a press conference to highlight upcoming events recognizing Black History Month on… Read more

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Photos: RCBI STEM education program

Cabell County students take part in a STEM education program at the Robert C. Byrd Institute (RCBI) on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 2020, in Huntingto… Read more

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Photos: Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial March in Huntington

The Cabell-Huntington Branch of the NAACP and the Marshall University Department of Intercultural Affairs conducts the annual Martin Luther… Read more

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