The three giant bronze sculptures that are being prepared on the other side of the Ohio River are starting to come under a bit of scrutiny, as some people are wondering if the pieces of art will take more from taxpayers than they give back.
City addresses skeptiscm over bronze sculptures
West Virginia Power thanks Gov. Jim Justice for trying to keep baseball in Mountain State
Protesters hold 'Stroll to the Poll' event, encouraging voters to cast early ballots
Three people shot in parking lot of Ironton bar
Fireworks and parades: Ripley's 4th of July celebration to go on
Yard sale in Portsmouth gives back to community
West Virginia JCPenney stores not on hit list
Overall, a very nice weekend but hot weather looms!
Senator Capito stops in Kanawha County for frontline workers
Five ODOT crews have been struck, here is how they are working to change this