Huntington Mayor Steve Williams

State Supreme Court Will Weigh Cabell County, Huntington Opioid Lawsuit

This year every county in West Virginia, except Cabell County, is set to begin receiving opioid settlement funds, totalling over 400 million dollars from a nearly statewide lawsuit that was won in 2022.  Cabell County, and its largest city, Huntington, decided to bring their own joint lawsuit. They lost that suit in 2022, despite suing with the same claim that was used in successful state and nationwide lawsuits that the pharmaceutical companies had created a “public nuisance.”

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Anti-Hate Forum Slated For Tuesday In Huntington

Hate crimes remain a problem in our communities, but a forum in Huntington next week will help attendees understand how to identify it. 

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Huntington Mayor Reacts To Opioid Verdict

A federal judge ruled in favor of three drug distributors that were accused of fueling the opioid epidemic in Huntington and Cabell County. Local leaders are considering their next step.

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Gov. Jim Justice And Huntington Mayor Discuss Steps For Flood Prevention

Gov. Jim Justice joins Huntington Mayor Steve Williams at Four-Pole Creek to discuss flooding.

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