Local group tackles bullying at Marietta Middle School

A local organization is tackling bullying at Marietta Middle School by displaying encouragement cards throughout the school.


The News Center has announced WTAP General Manager Roger Sheppard will retire March 3.



A motion has been made to continue William Elschlager's trial date again, but that motion has not yet been granted.


Students from Parkersburg South High School looked on as Donald Trump was sworn in as the nation's 45th president.


Women are taking over the Lafayette Hotel’s Ballroom for a good reason


Local women head to D.C. to march for their rights


Trooper bridging gap between police, public through social media


Update: Roane County interim sheriff named


Woman taken to hospital after car overturns


Parkersburg Police searching for suspect in Dollar General break-in


Donald J. Trump sworn in as 45th U.S. president


Power restored in Mineral Wells, Davisville


Globalization under attack. Can it survive?


Daybreak: Barefoot in the Park


Update: Man in ninja costume carrying crossbow arrested


Several injured after being struck by car in Australian city


Marietta City Council talks salaries


Police: Athens man shot in face


Senator Sherrod Brown says no to Devos nomination


Former WTAP anchor will announce part of Friday's inaugural parade


Wood County Commission hires two new employees for Assessor's office


Senator Capito heads to D.C. for Friday's Inauguration


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