January 1, 2020

After a decade of debate, it’s a make or break year for historic Hill Top House

Developers say they are ready to move forward with redevelopment project -- or call it quits.

“Back the Blue” license plates now available at DMV

The plate was signed into law by Gov. Justice earlier this year.

West steps up to fill new role for Marshall

Junior guard leads team with average of 14.1 points.

Reaching your weight loss goal in 2020

Losing weight and getting fit is one of the most common New Year's resolutions.

Investigation underway in Wheeling Island fire

The fire on Tuesday destroyed the former State Fair Exhibition Hall on Wheeling Island.

Hutchison lays out reasons to be re-elected

A year since taking office, Supreme Court Justice John Hutchison is gearing up for the chance to stay on the state's highest court.

Berkeley County Meals on Wheels delivers 47,000 meals during 2019

Volunteers prepared and delivered meals Monday through Friday last year.

New Year’s Day shootings reported in Huntington

Huntington Police said seven people were shot early Wednesday morning.

Marshall University marching band starts 2020 leading off London’s New Year’s Day Parade

The Marching Thunder's performance included ticker tape, fire batons and a kelly green banner.

Photos/Highlights: Magnolia holds off Tyler Consolidated, 42-39

NEW MARTINSVILLE, W.Va. — Highlights and photo gallery from Magnolia’s 42-39 win over Tyler Consolidated. The Blue Eagles improved to 5-1 with the victory. (Highlights...

WVU director: Make reasonable New Year’s resolutions

Stephanie McWilliams, a clinical instructor and assistant director of the Department of Psychology at West Virginia University, appeared on Tuesday's MetroNews "Talkline."

New federal law aimed at decreasing number of robocalls

President Donald Trump signed the Pallone-Thune Telephone Robocall Abuse Criminal Enforcement and Deterrence Act on Monday.

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