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A lockdown at three Sissonville schools started after a previously expelled student went into Sissonville High School.
The United Way of Central West Virginia is working to make applying for assistance this Christmas a little easier.
If you're ready to get to the core of the fall season, the 82nd Jackson Apple Festival is underway in Jackson County, Ohio.
Friday kicked off the ninth annual Tri-State Conference on Diversity and Inclusion at Ashland Community and Technical College.
Students at Huntington High School got the chance to learn more about the Army National Guard on Friday.
The turf is in place at Marshall University's new Jack Cook Field in Huntington.
More help may be on the way to boost rural healthcare all across the nation. This comes after Boone Memorial Health received $3 million from Congress.
A West Virginia State University graduate received a high honor from her alma mater Friday.
The Kanawha County Sheriff's Office has released the name of a man killed in a crash involving a South Charleston Fire Department truck Thursday evening.
An Ohio man is being charged for falsely reporting an incident after claiming he'd been attacked by a bear, allegedly in order to get help getting out of the woods in Kanawha County.
Dispatchers say I-64 is back open after a trailer filled with hay caught on fire.
A former Nicholas County deputy indicted on child pornography charges pleaded not guilty on Thursday.
A man was taken to the hospital in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle on Campbells Creek Drive Friday afternoon.