May is National Water Safety Month

May is National Water Safety Month, reminding people to be safe around water and not just in pools, but rivers, lakes and any other bodies of water.


Derek Whytsell and April Calvert were arrested Monday night for having meth and heroin.


Vienna Mayor Randy Rapp says the cities of Vienna and Parkersburg are connecting their water systems.



Lawmakers are introducing the Budgeting for Opioid Addiction Treatment Act to create a permanent funding stream that will provide and expand access to substance abuse treatment.


WTAP News at 11-To Your Health-May 23, 2016


Daybreak-To Your Health-May 24, 2016


Man accused of shackling teen speaks from jail


Armed robber strikes Parkersburg business


Update: Some Chemours workers sent home following leak


Daybreak: HSOV Needs Foster Homes and Volunteers


Daybreak: Secret Santa Pasta Fundraiser


Parkersburg Police search for suspect


Large saw blade crashes through home's window


League of Women Voters fight apathy


Students return to school amid water concerns


Neale Elementary School holds their own Relay For Life


Mineral Wells man escapes home confinement


Update: Wood County Commission approves fire fee


WTAP News at 5-Interview-Arc of the Mid-Ohio Valley


Old discussion, new issues: Wood County's regional jail bill


WTAP News at 5-To Your Health-May 23, 2016


Daybreak-To Your Health-May 23, 2016


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Surgery Can Treat Diabetes, Groups Agree

Diabetes groups endorsed weight loss surgery as a good way to treat type-2 diabetes.

Bill Cosby to Stand Trial in 2004 Sexual Assault Case

The sexual assault case against legendary comedian Bill Cosby will go to trial, a judge decided Tuesday.

Coin Toss Decides Elections

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