An armed robbery that happened at the Little General on Johnstown Road on Sunday, July 27 ends with the suspect sent to the hospital. A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Charles Carrington on First Degree Robbery charges. More>>
In Charleston, WV there is some debate about whether or not the city has enough ladder trucks to respond to a high rise fire. More>>
There are two restaurants on the first floor on the Morris Building in Huntington, West Virginia. Their doors are closed for now, after a fire broke out in the building on Sunday. More>>
Dispatchers with Cabell County 911 confirm with 13 News that the shooting occurred near the intersection of 9th Avenue and 23rd Street. More>>
In a news release sent Monday, July 29, Kohl's Department Stores says it will be hiring 100 people for part-time jobs at the newest location in
Ashland Police are advising residents to avoid south 29th Street between Nolte Street and Floyd Street after a water main break. The break occurred around 6 p.m.on Monday, July 27, and washed part of the road away as a result. More>>
Connie Lynn Whitley, 51, of Proctorville, Ohio, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison for embezzling more than $150,000 in federal funds. More>>
UPDATE: The July 27 fire at the Morris Building in downtown Huntington, WV is now under investigation. Investigators say it started in the elevator, which collapsed onto the 4th floor. More>>
The Logan County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help in locating a woman who has been missing for nearly a month. More>>
More than 20 men and women are facing felony drug charges after officers busted up a heroin ring following an 18 month investigation in Scioto County. More>>
UPDATE: The FBI has been called in to assist in the investigation of a fatal officer-involved shooting in
UPDATE: 13 NEWS has learned some Dirty Girl Mud Run ticket holders will get refunds.
Four West Virginia residents face arson charges in an insurance fraud case in the Laurel Valley area of Harrison County.T More>>
TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Ohio's amusement ride inspectors won't be conducting an official investigation into an accident that injured two people when a cable snapped on a swing ride at Cedar Point. That's because the state investigates accidents only when someone is admitted to a hospital or stays overnight. Cedar Point says the Skyhawk ride will remain closed until the park's investigation into the cause is completed. Two people were hurt Saturday night when a cable disconnected on the ride that ... More>>
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