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Time to Count the Homeless in Parkersburg

Eight teams of volunteers are helping to count the homeless in Parkersburg, to help secure HUD funding to provide what they need.

Three Parkersburg South High School teachers are honored during the Wood County Board of Education's meeting.

Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced Tuesday that a Washington County man has been charged with killing a Marietta woman in 1992.

Indictments against 11 people were handed down Monday by the Ritchie County Grand Jury.

UPDATE: Trial set for man in drug case; 3 others enter guilty pleas

Three Mid-Ohio Valley nonprofits to receive donations from Dominion Energy

Lawmaker: Expect changes in PEIA proposals

Scoreboard January 23

St. Marys at Parkersburg Catholic

Counting the Homeless

Local group donates more than $60,000 to community

For now, tax returns not greatly affected by government shutdown

What's on sale in January?

Warren Middle School students collect soda can tabs to help families in Ohio

UPDATE: Investigators release name of man killed in Parkersburg fire

Back pay not certain for guardsmen affected by shutdown

UPDATE: Washington County officials reject Ohio EPA offer to resolve sewer dispute

Camden Clark now using state of the art vascular operating room

What snow and ice leave behind: potholes

UPDATE: Wood County teen battling cancer continues to defy odds year after diagnosis

Drug overdose deaths down in Wood County in 2017

UPDATE: Injured arctic snowy owl spotted in Vienna nursed back to health, released to wild

UPDATE: Wood County Sheriff K9 receives custom-made vest

Woman's body found near scene of single vehicle crash in Washington County

UPDATE: 2 teens plead guilty in death of passenger hit by sandbag

Armed robbery suspect caught in Gallia County

More than 60 Ohio applicants appeal pot cultivator license rejections

Local reaction to government shutdown

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Philippine volcano spews ash and lava, 56,000 have fled

Lava fountains gushed 2,300 feet above Mount Mayon's crater and ash plumes rose up to 1.9 miles Monday night, in a dazzling but increasingly dangerous display.

Schumer admits no guarantee on DACA vote

The Senate Democratic leader said Democrats will hold Republicans accountable if they break their promise to allow a vote on DACA by Feb. 8.

Two dead in Kentucky high school shooting

A 15-year-old student at Marshall County High School faces two possible charges of murder and "numerous" counts of attempted murder, authorities said.

Why does flu kill people?

Influenza virus can kill people very quickly, with a cytokine storm, organ damage and the worsening of existing diseases, doctors say.

E-cigs hook teens, but safer for adult smokers

E-cigarettes may be a less dangerous way to use tobacco, but vaping can hook teens and young adults and raise their risk of becoming smokers, a report finds.

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