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High water prompts new road closures across MId-Ohio Valley

The latest road closure lists from West Virginia DOT and Ohio DOT District 10 are attached under the "Related Documents" section of this story.


Day one of a planned two-day work stoppage by West Virginia teachers is underway, with pickets outside most Mid-Ohio Valley schools and the State Capitol in Charleston.



One of two people injured in a fire at a mobile home in Boaz on Monday has died, according to the West Virginia State Fire Marshal's Office.


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GUN CONTROL: President Trump wants to ban bump stocks, ATF doesn't know if it can


4 governors join forces on gun safety, pledge to share intel


Update: Gov. Jim Justice approves teacher pay raise


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Update: Search to begin for new Wood County Superintendent


UPDATE: Driver crashed car into hospital, set himself on fire


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UPDATE: Roads open in Washington Co; some still closed in Jackson, Wood counties


Camden Clark recognized for its maternity care unit


Local teachers make plans for scheduled Thursday work stoppage


House Fire on 13th Avenue


Delegate Frank Deem hospitalized


Local church leaders react to passing of Rev. Billy Graham


Man charged with exposing himself to woman at Marietta Aldi's store


W.Va. House OKs work-requirement rule for food-stamp recipients


Man arrested on meth charges in Vienna


Manpower holds interviews for "local employer" planning expansion


2 Ohio lawmakers introduce "assault weapon" bill


UPDATE: Wood Co. Schools to be closed Thursday and Friday for WV teacher work stoppage


UPDATE: Thirty families benefit from donated clean up supplies


W.Va. Senate approves sports-betting bill


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