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June 27th is recognized by CDC as National HIV Testing Day across the nation.

Fifteen years ago in a Tennessee jail, Aubrey Davis, Sr. pleaded guilty to a 1992 murder in Washington County. On Friday, he finally heads to Washington County court to face his murder charge.

For Friday’s tropical depression, local emergency-management agencies want you to be aware of the depth of the water if you are out driving.

Wood County government official joining presidential taskforce

American Red Cross prepares for another crisis

Veterans take ride in 1944 World War II training plane

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Belleville Water Line Extension

Police take one person into custody in Parkersburg after high-speed pursuit

Starting Monday, road work will slow traffic in on WV 68 and Garfield Avenue

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Women in Leadership Conference teaches women valuable skills

Update: One year anniversary of C8 saga in Vienna and Boaz

Uncommon birth made the newspaper in 1937; now they're on TV

Ohio University gets $300,000 grant for project to improve life in Appalachia

Senator Bernie Sanders to host health care rally Sunday at Charleston Civic Center

Deadlocked jury told to try again at Officer Ray Tensing's murder re-trial

Study shows proposed natural gas pipeline would have 'significant' impact on West Virginia forests

President Trump signs law to allow easier firing of bad Veterans Affairs employees

Gov. Justice signs W.Va. roads bill

Athens man charged with aggravated murder in Chauncey's woman's death

Parkersburg Fire Captain Tim Flinn retires after 25 years

West Virginia and Ohio politicians react to Senate Republican healthcare plan

The Mid-Ohio Valley had a visitor who sported nothing but a tuxedo

WVU-Parkersburg and Glenville State leaders discuss impact of state budget cuts to education

Belleville water-extension construction continues

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When Pot Is Legal, Traffic Stops Go Down

When marijuana is legalized, motorists are stopped less often by the police. But whites are still stopped less often than minorities.

Madrid's Already Massive Pride Goes Global for WorldPride

Already home to one of the planet's largest annual LGBTQ gatherings, Madrid is hosting both the continent-wide EuroPride and the global WorldPride.

Ray Tensing Trial: Mistrial Declared for a Second Time

A judge has declared a mistrial in the case against a University of Cincinnati police officer charged with the 2015 shooting of an unarmed black driver.

Building Molds Send Toxins Right Into Air

Sick Building Syndrome: Fungi Can Squirt Toxins Directly Into Air, Study Finds

Military Leaders Want to Delay Transgender Enlistment

Military chiefs will seek a six-month delay before letting transgender people enlist in their services, officials said Friday.

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