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UPDATE: Authorities release name of Belpre man killed in I-77 accident

One person has been killed in a crash on Interstate 77, authorities say.


Flood warnings continue along the Ohio River in West Virginia following recent heavy rains.



The cause of the man's death is unknown and won't be released until after the autopsy.


He was nominated by President Donald Trump last year.


Regional River Levels from NWS


Williamstown Bridge closed due to high waters


Camden Clark hosts heart healthy luncheon in honor of American Heart Month


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State says more than 10,000 Ohioans hospitalized for flu


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UPDATE: Rescuers save man trapped inside flooded vehicle


Flooding closes roads and pushes people out of homes


Wood County teachers, public employees, and citizens take a trip to Charleston


West Virginia teachers plan walkout Thursday & Friday


City of Marietta closes downtown roads


UPDATE: Latest road closures and high-water updates


Flooding leads to state of emergency in West Virginia


Update: Man jumps into Ohio River to avoid arrest


First Energy to deactivate Pleasants Power Station in Willow Island by Jan, 2019


Officials explain how rumor of Belpre High School threat got started


How to monitor mental health in children; in light of mass shooting


UPDATE: Camden Clark Medical Center back to normal operations after reported threat


UPDATE: Deputies arrest victim, suspect or suspects remain at large in New Matamoras shooting


UPDATE: Former addict speaks out after 3 reported fatal overdoses on same day


Authorities identify woman found dead in Meigs County home


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