95-year-old Ohio WWII veteran receives combat medals that were mistakenly withheld

A 95-year-old World War II veteran in Ohio has received his combat medals that were mistakenly withheld.


Motivational speaker and former NBA player Archie Talley is stopping by local schools this week.



Chef Yancy and Rick Argoso, Executive Chef at the Blennerhassett Hotel, joined us to show us how to make a delicious patty melt.


The Wood County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. is closed from 11 a.m. Thursday, February 23, 2017, in order for electrical repairs to be made to the facility.


W.Va. State Police track down missing Pleasants County woman


Trump administration lifts transgender bathroom guidance


Deputy tells story of perseverance to inspire others never to give up


Daybreak-To Your Health-Feb 23, 2017


Forecast for February 23rd, 2017


Local mother speaks out against bullying


Case of man caught with fentanyl-laced stickers sent to circuit court


DOH workers provide temporary fix to Mt. Pleasant Estates roads


Local service organization works towards preserving Sumner School


W.Va. inmate pleads guilty to bomb threats against federal buildings in multiple cities


Fire chief, his family lose home in fire


Valve repair in Vienna to cause water outages Friday night


Update: Former Texas Tech chief named new Ohio University president


W.Va. drug-abuse helpline takes more than 10,000 calls


Ohio long-distance swimmer named to International Swimming Hall of Fame


W.Va. Senate bill would criminalize 'revenge porn'


"Voice of the Mountaineers" Tony Caridi headlines Boys and Girls Club dinner


San Jose, Calif. flooding forces 14,000 to evacuate


Patriots coach Belichick may testify in Aaron Hernandez double-murder trial


McDonald's to offer $1 sodas of any size, as it tries to reverse declining visits


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