$5,000 bond given to Marietta man charged with making terroristic threats to police officers

A Marietta man was arrested Wednesday after allegedly posting threats on social media to shoot law-enforcement officers, bond set at $5,000.

Police in Athens are investigating a reported bank robbery at The Citizens Bank branch on Stimson Avenue Thursday morning.

Belpre Police are asking for your help to catch a suspected thief.

Deputies say a man and woman were traveling north on Route 68 when they lost control of their vehicle.

CVS Pharmacy to limit opioid prescriptions to 7 day supply for certain conditions

WVU law professor announces run for Congressional seat

Donate: Hurricane Relief

MOV Help To Heal Festival - Sept. 23 at Parkersburg City Park

Senators in WV and other states push "clean coal" bill to cut carbon emissions

Tax levy request from Washington County Children Services for spring ballot

Common life insurance myths debunked

Jackson County Health Department receives federal funding for youth substance abuse prevention

Ohio Senator's bill would hold websites responsible for human trafficking posts

4th grader sells handmade clay figures to help buy viola

UPDATE: Fire damages storage shed in Waverly

Vincent man held on fugitive warrant in Wood County waives extradition to Washington County

UPDATE: Prosecutors want delay in trial of WV woman charged in daughter's death

Multiple road-repair projects creating traffic headaches

UPDATE: Arson suspected in Wirt County fire

Part of U.S. 50 Westbound in Ritchie County to close for bridge repairs

UPDATE: Parkersburg Police release identity of victim in fatal stabbing

Wood County Republican Executive Committee voted to oppose Road Bond

UPDATE: Hurricane Maria destroys buildings, floods homes across Puerto Rico

2017 Launchpad Competition awards one business owner with $5,000

Multiple nations expected to sign nuclear weapons ban at U.N. meeting

Public hearing set Sept. 27 for Parkersburg's source-water-protection plan

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