The shows will be Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, beginning at 10 p.m. More>>
Barns at a 4-H camp ground in Kanawha County are falling apart, and camp leaders believe in a few years the facility will be too dangerous to host their annual horse camp.
An Ohio appeals court has upheld a provision that allows some minors convicted of sex offenses to be required to register as sex offenders beyond their 21st birthday. More>>
A woman on Huntington's south side had a close encounter with a man who walked right up to the door of the home she was watching and insisted that he had to come inside to fix something, according to police. More>>
Walter Criss survived a world war and more than nine decades in Roane County. So at 92 years old, a little water doesn't frighten him. More>>
The Ohio Supreme Court has found that police officers can be convicted of intimidation if they knowingly file false complaints to intimidate or influence witnesses. More>>
A woman's body is now being examined by a coroner after being found in a creek in Scioto County. More>>
Dispatchers with Cabell County 911 tell 13News a man driving along Fudges Creek, off Route 60, hit a home and a gas meter. More>>
Huntington High School football games - home and road -- will be broadcast live during the 2013 season on Super Talk 94.1 FM and AM 930. More>>
Michael Lashawn Johnson, 34, of Huntington pleaded guilty in federal court to conspiracy to distribute 280 or more grams of crack cocaine. More>>
Roy E. Hall, of South Webster, Ohio, was arrested after being indicted on drug charges by the Scioto County Common Pleas Court. More>>
A Huntington woman pleaded guilty to drug charges and is now facing up to 20 years in prison. More>>
A Michigan man will spend the next 14 months in federal prison for heroin possession. More>>
Eight employees of the West Virginia Attorney General's Office have been fired as part of a restructuring of the office. More>>
A semi-truck crashed through the guard rail on I-77 southbound. More>>
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