Project Lifesaver

Teachers are seeing the value of investing in project lifesaver


Honoring children who have died due to child abuse or neglect



A Parkersburg man charged with first-degree murder in the fentanyl overdose death of a Williamstown woman, will have 2 court hearings in the first week of May.


Lawmakers and the West Virginia Secondary School Activities Commission react to Gov. Jim Justice's veto of a bill allowing home-schooled students to take part in their school system's extracurricular activities.


Fenton Art Glass reunion for former employees


SW Resources plans Parkersburg warehouse expansion project


University uses horses to raise scholarship money


Ohio Representatives discuss school funding in Marietta


Parkersburg Area Community Foundation awards spring grants


Warning signs of dangerous relationships in teens


Camden Clark passes out flowers to patients battling cancer


Camden Clark hosts 65th Annual Auxiliary Luncheon


High school basketball player dies after collapsing at school


Parkersburg police searching for suspect involved in chase


UDPATE: Police say driver in left lane caused crash on Route 7 in Reno, Ohio


New WV laws to extend Internet access, help with flooding preparation


$151 million settlement proposed in lawsuit over 2014 Charleston chemical leak


Congress passes short-term spending bill to avert government shutdown another week


Willow Island disaster anniversary


Pet of the Week: April 28, 2017


Take your son or daughter to work


Johns Manville debris removal set to begin in May


Fatal Car Crashes are Increasing Due to Drugged Driving


Drug Take Back Day is April 29, 2017


Ohio State Patrol to hold OVI checkpoint Saturday in Meigs County


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North Korea Test-Fires Another Ballistic Missile, Fails Again

The test comes a day after Trump told Reuters in an interview that the U.S. and North Korea could be headed toward a "major, major conflict."

Trump Admin. to Loosen School Lunch Regulations

New rules to give the National School Lunch Program "regulatory flexibility" will be announced May 1. The effect on lunchrooms is not clear.

Pentagon: Friendly Fire May Have Led to Army Ranger Deaths

The U.S. forces were working with Afghan fighters and targeting an ISIS compound and tunnel complex when a firefight broke out Wednesday.

George H.W. Bush Discharged From Hospital

Bush, 92, had been admitted to Houston Methodist Hospital on April 14 for a persistent cough that was later diagnosed as a mild case of pneumonia.

Pope Shares Message of Peace with Egypt's Religious Leaders

Pope Francis' visit comes as Egypt's Coptic Christians are under threat from ISIS, and just weeks after they suffered another deadly attack.

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