Fairness Parkersburg says non-discrimination fight isn't over

Despite the driving rain, more than two dozen protestors rallied outside Parkersburg City Council vowing to not go away just because council voted down a non-discrimination ordinance two weeks ago.


A Parkersburg South High School logo painted on the outside of a city fire station and then covered up almost immediately is causing a stir on social media.



Heavy rains flooded one busy intersection in south Parkersburg Tuesday.


A Washington County man is behind bars following the sexual assault investigation involving a 12-year-old female.


Update: Local lawmakers react to President Trump's address on Afghanistan plan


Public School Start Dates across the Mid-Ohio Valley


Meet Sven, this hospital's first-ever facility dog


Forecast for August 23rd, 2017


Tigers set for 2017 campaign


Fairness Parkersburg Fights On


UPDATE: Parkersburg woman sentenced after arrest in 2016 drug raid


Eclipse in the MOV


Steps to take before ADHD diagnosis, medication


UPDATE: Man from Cable, Ohio among 10 missing aboard U.S. Navy ship hit by oil tanker


Update: November trial now set for couple accused in death of three-year-old


Changing student discipline with Restorative Justice practices


Right lane closed indefinitely on I-77 SB bridge between Williamstown and Marietta


Trump rebuffs coal industry; CEO claims promise broken


Man accused of machete killing in Charleston pleads not guilty to murder charge


St. Marys man pleads guilty in federal court to methamphetamine distribution charge


Auto theft suspect arrested near stolen car as he viewed Solar Eclipse with welding mask


Train crash in Philadelphia injures at least 42 people


Students in the Mid-Ohio Valley view the solar eclipse on campus


Daybreak Interview: Pink By Poolside


UPDATE: No injuries in 2-vehicle crash on Parkersburg-Belpre Memorial Bridge


Police investigate inmate deaths at two WV correctional facilities


UPDATE: Judge gunman is believed to be dad of player convicted of rape


City, organizers look back at 35th Annual Parkersburg Homecoming; look ahead to the future


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