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Parties wronged by charter bus company reimbursed

From staff and wire reports CHARLESTON - Checks totaling $22,682 recently were mailed to groups and individuals, refunding their payments for canceled services from a charter bus company, according to West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. The refunds come after Morrisey secured an agreed-

WILLIAMSON DAILY NEWS - 2017-09-24 04:01:01

Sheriff: Inmates assault 2 guards at reopened Kentucky jail

A sheriff in Kentucky says two inmates have assaulted two guards at a county jail that reopened earlier this month following a disturbance in August when inmates fought with guards and started a fire. WSAZ-TV reports the Boyd County Sheriff says the guards are recovering after suffering minor injuri

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-09-26 13:43:00

Police: Dismembered woman died violently before being thrown into river

HUNTINGTON - A female victim whose body was found in floating in the Guyandotte River likely met a violent death before she was dismembered and tossed into the water, according to Huntington Police Chief Joe Ciccarelli. The incomplete corpse was first spotted by a fisherman Saturday afternoon near t

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 20:05:00

Heritage Station to host fundraiser concert for ALS research

HUNTINGTON - Musicians, authors, artists, local businesses, organizations, and community supporters have all joined together to help host an ALS fundraiser concert. "Can't Stop Rockin,' Won't Stop Fightin' for ALS" is set for 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1, at Heritage Station, 210 11th St., in downtown

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

Wrongful death suit against PD gets settled

HUNTINGTON - A lawsuit filed in 2014 alleging former Huntington Police officer Joshua Nield used excessive force Jan. 11, 2014, and caused the death of a woman at St. Mary's Medical Center has been settled in federal court for an undisclosed amount of money. The lawsuit targeted the city of Huntingt

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

Firefighters to receive needle-resistant gloves

The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON - Every Huntington firefighter will soon have a pair of needle-resistant gloves to protect them when responding to overdose-related calls. Every Huntington City Council member has committed microgrant funding toward the purchase of 100 pairs of gloves, which will cost

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

City awarded $2M for addiction treatment

HUNTINGTON- Federal grant funding totaling $2 million is headed into Huntington to help establish the city's own Quick Response Team, a multi-agency method to devise individual treatment in the days following a person's overdose, and the Turn Around program, a pilot project within Western Regional J

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

Proposed Highlawn Revitalization Plan Revealed

The Huntington Municipal Development Authority through Lead consultant Sean Garrigan unveiled the long range Highlawn Redevelopment Plan, which is contingent on HMDA along with other entities obtaining vacant and seldom used former industrial sites. One aspect of the plan would turn a long time drea

HUNTINGTONNEWS.NET - 2017-09-26 05:07:00

"I will make tunnel decision," Mayor Steve Williams

Although a decision has NOT yet been made, Huntington Mayor Steve Williams advised Huntington City Council that "I will make the decision" on continued operation or closure of the tunnel. He added Huntington City Council has no authority unless the expenditure would be over $15,000. Williams addres

HUNTINGTONNEWS.NET - 2017-09-26 01:19:00

Owens Ground Water Contamination Spurs Public Hearings

The West Virginia Department of Environmental Protections has accepted the site of the former Owens Illinois plant in Huntington into a voluntary remediation program. One of the last steps , according to a City of Huntington notice, will be restricting drilling of water wells at some locations in th

HUNTINGTONNEWS.NET - 2017-09-26 05:57:00

Butler sentenced to 6 months on battery charges

HUNTINGTON - A former Marshall football player accused of striking two men as they kissed in Huntington has been sentenced to six months in jail for battery. Steward Butler pleaded guilty to two counts of misdemeanor battery on July 31, 2017, in Cabell Circuit Judge Paul T. Farrell's courtroom. He f

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-25 17:56:00

This Navy veteran grappled with a cop. Police shot him 7 times, killing him, video shows

Police fatally shot a 27-year-old Navy veteran in Huntington Beach, Calif. on Friday after he grappled with a police officer and grabbed at his duty belt, according to KTLA. Graphic videos recorded on cell phones outside the 7-Eleven store where the struggle took place around 9:30 a.m. show the offi

LEXINGTON HERALD-LEADER - 2017-09-25 22:02:00

Democratic Women's Club to meet Sept. 30

HUNTINGTON - The Democratic Women's Club of Cabell County will have a luncheon and district planning meeting at 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 30, at the Barboursville Moose Lodge, Eastern Heights Shopping Center, 43351 U.S. 60 E., Huntington. Guests at the meeting will include Democratic representative

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:01

Brenda Lucas: Community news for Tuesday, Sept. 26

WALK/RUN: The second annual Colors for a Cure 5K walk/run, sponsored by St. Mary's Medical Center and Cabell Huntington Hospital, is Sunday, Oct. 8, at Pullman Square. Festivities begin at 2 p.m., followed by walk/run at 3 p.m. Participants may wear colors presenting all types of cancer. Registratio

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:01

Senior Fest returns for 2017

The Herald-Dispatch HUNTINGTON- Senior Fest returns to Cabell Huntington Hospital for a day of healthy fun for those 50 and older from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the hospital's main campus in Huntington. Having been postponed in 2016 due to the construction of the now-complete hospital parking gar

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:01

Police blotter: 21-year-old jailed after alleged bar fight stabbing

HUNTINGTON - The following information was provided by criminal complaints from Cabell County Magistrate Court: STABBING: A 22-year-old from Corbin, Kentucky, was arrested after Huntington Police state he sliced another person with a knife during a fight early Sunday morning outside a bar on 4th Ave

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

Park and Recreation District meets Sept. 27

HUNTINGTON - The Greater Huntington Park and Recreation District will conduct its monthly meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 27, in the Ritter Park Rose Garden's Room With A View. The meeting is open to the public.Welcome to the discussion. HUNTINGTON - The Greater Huntington Park and Recreation Dis

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

Residents oppose closure of underpass

HUNTINGTON - Residents who have taken it upon themselves to clean up and police the 5th Street West pedestrian underpass pleaded with Huntington City Council members Monday to reconsider plans to close the passageway. The six people who spoke out in opposition of the closure requested that the city

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

Former Marshall football player sentenced to jail

HUNTINGTON - Two men who were subjected to physical attacks and anti-gay commentary by then-Marshall University football player Steward Butler moments after they kissed in Huntington in 2015 have persevered through that painful moment and turned the lifelong lesson into a career, according to Cabell

HERALD-DISPATCH - 2017-09-26 04:01:00

Food benefits replenished for families hit by Irma

ATLANTA - Life is just now starting to return to normal for many low-income Georgia residents who rely on federal aid to put food on their tables. More than 123,000 households in many of the counties hardest hit by Tropical Storm Irma have received additional benefits through the Supplemental Nutrit

JOURNAL-TIMES.COM - 2017-09-26 20:44:00