- Portsmouth Nuclear Whistle Blowers Tape Ralph Nader Radio Show
- Nostalgic Images of Ten Forgotten Huntington Venues
- Property Rescue Initiatives to be Discussed
- Charlie's Harley Davidson Recognized for Superior Performance
- Fed Ex Warns of Fraudulent Email
- Over the River….to Grandparent’s House We Go
- Cabell County Schools Announces 2016 Middle and High School Math Field Day Winners
- Complaint alleges Stockert-Sizemore Funeral Home violated the West Virginia Preneed Act and state Consumer Credit and Protection Act.
- Thundering Herd Community Mourns the Loss of Emileigh Cooper
- Cabell Huntington Hospital/SEIU Local 1199 employees contribute to United Way
Governor Tomblin Signs Law Protecting Sanitation Workers
The “Slow Down to Get Around Bill” authored by state Sen. Donald Cookman requires motorists to slow down when passing a stopped waste or recycling collection vehicle. The governor and senator were on hand in Martinsburg today with the National Waste & Recycling Association (NW&RA) and the family of the late sanitation worker, Jeremy Tabler, whose tragic death inspired movement on the legislation.