Zanesville resident Shirley Rice says she received a message from God after learning Monday, 2-year-old James Stull and his sister 11 month old Samantha were killed in an early morning trailer house fire on Friendship Drive.
“I go home, and turn on the news find out the babies have burned, and I couldn’t take that, I know I had to do something.”
Shirley immediately made it her mission to help the family with expenses. Shirley went to business after...
Starting today and ending Sunday, the Colony Square Mall will have some more foliage in its halls, as Hearth and Home is in full bloom; ready to provide you with all you need to better your home inside and out.
We took a trip there this morning and came upon a unique booth, a banana hut full of fresh fruits and flowers. Pick N’ Save Produce Director Jim Gibson says they try to get more creative each year.
“Every year we try to come up with something exciting for the people...
There's bad news tonight for an area metallic plant, as WHIZ has received word that the Selkirk Metalbestos plant in Logan has officially informed its employees of a plant shutdown effective in 90 to 110 days.
According to workers at the plant, the announcement was made Wednesday, and the equipment from the Logan Factory will be shipped to Mexico and Canada within the coming weeks.
150 people will be affected by this plant closure.
A guilty verdict has come back Thursday evening for a local woman accused of trafficking in drugs.
According to Assistant Muskingum County Prosecutor Jim Workman, 26-year-old Kwame Clark of Zanesville was convicted in Judge Howard Zwelling's courtroom in a trial by jury, on one count of trafficking in drugs, specifically crack cocaine.
This crime carries the presumption of prison, and Clark could get 18 months in prison when sentenced.
Students at Muskingum College are opening up their wallets and lending a helping hand to the victims of the devastating tsunami.
Student Center President Bonnie Taylor presented a check of nearly 4,000 dollars to Red Cross Executive Director Dan Hartman this afternoon. Taylor says she asked the entire student body to contribute one dollar to the effort and says it was important for the students to help in any way they could.
Willing and ready to say “I Do?” If a wedding is in your near future, we have an opportunity you won’t want to miss. WHIZ, along with Pugh’s Diamond Jewelers is sponsoring a worry-free wedding for one lucky couple. You just have to be ready to tie the knot on July 9th.
Everything you can imagine will be provided for the nuptials, from the rings and the food to the dress for the bride. Our own Erin France is working as part of a team to prepare this event.