Belpre City Council discusses rental property ordinance

Belpre officials say the city hasn't yet implemented a 1999 rental property ordinance, but City Council wants to change that.

The city of Parkersburg is working on building a splash park that is compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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Deputies say 33-year-old Joshua Kerns of Washington, W.Va. lost control of his Mazda while driving south near Sun Valley Road.

UPDATE: Mugabe resigns for 'smooth transfer of power'

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White House: Trump and Putin spoke by phone, Syria on agenda

Wednesday, Nov. 22: WTAP Salvation Army Toy Drive at Camden Clark Medical Center

Forecast for November 21st, 2017

US plans to slap North Korea with more sanctions

Carbon monoxide from indoor generator kills 4 people in WV home

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Authorities investigate safety concerns at Meigs Local High School

Firearm season for deer opens in West Virginia

UPDATE: Harrison County judge appointed to hear IEI fire lawsuits

Countdown for the Turkey Trot registration

Charles Manson dead at 83

'Oh Christmas Tree' Festival of Trees returns to Marietta

Hunting season under way in West Virginia

Giving Back: Helping Hands in the Mid-Ohio Valley

Claywood Park makes case for sewer rate hike to Wood County Commission

West Virginia resorts gear up for start of ski season

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UPDATE: 2 of 21 Suspects in yearlong heroin investigation released on bond

Brine truck accident shuts down traffic on US 50

Fire truck crashes after responding to fire

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The leading causes of cancer have changed

Smoking and obesity are the leading causes of cancer in the U.S., a new American Cancer Society analysis finds. Drinking is also a major cause.

New blood pressure guidelines: Is yours high now?

New hypertension guidelines mean high blood pressure starts at a reading of 130/80, lower than previous guidelines.

World's oldest leader Mugabe resigns one week after coup

Robert Mugabe, the world's oldest head of state, finally resigned as Zimbabwe's president Tuesday — almost a week after a military coup.

Big media merger talks herald new era of TV

Facing an onslaught of competition from internet companies like Netflix and YouTube, the big media companies have decided they need a makeover.

Iranian hacker charged in HBO 'Game of Thrones' theft

Mesri allegedly launched a campaign in May to gain access to HBO's servers through employee user accounts, and then got his hands on new episodes of hit shows.

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