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A Man is Arrested After Steal the Pastor’s Car From a Huntington Church

A man allegedly stole a pastor’s car in Guyandotte and led officers in Cabell County on a two-state pursuit. The incident started at First Huntington Christian Baptist Church, where Pastor Delbert Dixon said someone jumped in his car that was running while he was getting supplies and took off. Huntington police said the chase began … Continue Reading A Man is Arrested After Steal the Pastor’s Car From a Huntington Church

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Chief Judges Named for the New Court of Appeals

The three judges of West Virginia’s new Intermediate Court of Appeals have chosen the court’s first chief judge. Judge Dan Greear will serve as chief judge for the remainder of 2022 and in 2023, according to a news release Friday from the state Supreme Court. In 2024, Judge Tom Scarr will serve as chief judge, … Continue Reading Chief Judges Named for the New Court of Appeals

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COVID cases continue to climb

COVID cases continue to climb in West Virginia with over seven-hundred new cases reported in the last 24-hours. There are almost 23-hundred active cases statewide, and over 150 patients are in the hospital. Three more people have died. Twenty-five counties are in yellow on the state alert map.

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Portsmouth considers new location for City Hall

Portsmouth city leaders are eyeing the downtown Fifth-Third Bank building as the new location for city hall. The current Portsmouth City Hall was built in the 1930’s. City leaders say the building is old and outdated, and city departments need more space. The price tag is over 400-thousand-dollars, and the full city council still has … Continue Reading Portsmouth considers new location for City Hall

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Greear chosen as first chief judge of new Intermediate Court

West Virginia Intermediate Court Judge Dan Greear will serve as the new court’s first chief judge. The Intermediate Court of Appeals will officially begin its work on July 1st, and will hear appeals from family court, appeals from state agencies, and workers’ compensation appeals. Judges on the Intermediate Court of Appeals, like the justices on … Continue Reading Greear chosen as first chief judge of new Intermediate Court