The Expanded School Mental Health Initiative is already in 40 West Virginia schools.
"We hope that Frostop will always be there," said Marilyn McGinnis Murdock, co-owner of Huntington's Frostop Drive-In.
As of Tuesday, applications were being accepted through the state Department of Health and Human Resources.
She's part of the 'Tips From Former Smokers' campaign from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Four members of a North Carolina family were killed when a tractor trailer hit their vehicle near Camp Creek in April 2017.
Cancer survivor, thankful for previous prayers, wires money to Mt. Pleasant Baptist.
"I believe this is how we create the next generation of effective leaders, effective citizens. It starts here," said Dr. Tom Segar, West Virginia Student Leadership Conference chair.
2027 is the projected completion date for what is the final phase of work on the Dam Safety Assurance Project.
This year's American Coaster Enthusiasts Preservation Conference includes a stop at Huntington's Camden Park.
Sharon O'Neill from Parkersburg is the speaker for Saturday's commencement ceremony.
'We need to celebrate these graduates,' said Dr. Jerome Gilbert, Marshall University's president
It's an early step in a larger effort to connect parents and caregivers across the Mountain State with reliable dependent care so they can work.
It's part of a three-year grant program being funded through Bloomberg Philanthropies to support first responders who may be dealing with 'compassion fatigue.'
A Friday ribbon cutting ceremony was planned for the Muddy Creek Watershed Restoration Project.
More than 700 applications have been submitted less than a week after the launch of wvinvests.org.
"I need to be able to speak with one voice about how important all of higher education is," said Dr. Sarah Tucker who is also chancellor for the West Virginia Community and Technical College System.
Acute Flaccid Myelitis is 'very rare,' said Dr. Mitzi Payne, a Marshall Health neurology professor.
Collection hours are from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at sites statewide.
During the statewide series, seniors will be set up to talk with potential employers and provide examples of their work.
The more than $13 million project started in January 2018.