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WSAZ Investigates | Suddenlink customers deal with delays in service calls
Several customers say they're waiting weeks to get repairs to their phone and internet issues.
WSAZ Investigates | Making ‘sense’ of a nationwide coin shortage
Thanks to COVID-19, the nation is experiencing a temporary coin shortage.
WSAZ Investigates | Contact Tracing
Understanding the process of contact tracing.
WSAZ Investigates | Signed, Sealed and Stashed Away
For some people in southern Ohio, the wait for mail and packages has lasted several years.
Sen. Manchin collects more than 1,000 speed tests
U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia reaches goal of 1,000 speed tests to turn over to the FCC.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Man protests Suddenlink
After our initial story about issues surrounding Suddenlink aired several weeks ago, we’ve heard from dozens of viewers, each sharing their experience with the company.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Grave Concerns
For some in our region, they can't even begin the grieving process because they say their family members' final resting places are anything but peaceful.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | COVID-19 concerns holding up Ohio road project
A road project in Ohio is in jeopardy as deadlines loom and the contractor awaits participation from residents.
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WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Improving your internet connection
We visited a new home under construction in Lawrence County, Kentucky, where the homeowners are laying out what kind of connections they need and where they want them.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Stimulus check slip-ups
For some, waiting for checks that can't come soon enough, while others are faced with the burden of having to return something they wish they'd never received.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Internet Woes: Putting your speeds to the test
In 2015, the Federal Communications Commission changed the definition of broadband by raising the minimum download speeds needed from 4 mbps to 25 mbps.
WSAZ Investigates | The Huntington 'Prom Night Murders:' 15 years later
Fifteen years ago marked one of Huntington’s darkest nights, a night when four teenagers were getting ready to celebrate prom, only to all end up murdered by early the next morning.
WSAZ INVESTIGATES | Thousands file complaints against Suddenlink
Complaints from consumers around the region have been filed with the BBB, the FCC and Attorney General's office. Issues range from billing problems, outages and customer service complaints.
States prepare for unemployment funds to run out
The numbers are historic, and with a loss of revenue from employers, states are having to look to the government for assistance.
WSAZ Investigates | The Eyesore Next Door Part Two
In 2019, the city of Huntington tore down more than 100 vacant homes or buildings, the most ever in that time frame.
WSAZ Investigates | Holding up Help
Driving through neighborhoods, we found home after home with addresses that were anything but easy to read -- especially when emergency crews need to find you in a hurry.
WSAZ Investigates | Tracking HIV in West Virginia
HIV is on the rise in Cabell County. WSAZ's Leanne Shinkle wanted to see if this is isolated, or spreading across the state.
WSAZ Investigates | The danger above
The Appalachian region is a melting pot of trees. From above they cover our landscape in a mosaic of colors and species. However, an area covered in trees comes with danger to properties and lives.
KHSAA: Parents to blame for alarming shortage of Kentucky refs
The number of high school athletic officials is at an alarming low in Kentucky.
WSAZ Investigates: What are they stealing now?
It seems like they're stealing items with seemingly no value, except when you have to spend money to replace them.