W.Va. Attorney General creates Elder Abuse Unit, hotline and website

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says he has formed a new unit and a hotline to fight elder abuse.

An Athens man is sentenced on a conspiracy charge, after he and his roommates allegedly sold drugs purchased on the Dark Web using Bitcoin.

Trial for a man and woman accused of killing a Parkersburg woman at her Tygart Street home in December is set for August 28.

An Athens County man accused of shooting his girlfriend in the face last month has pleaded not guilty to several charges.

Parkersburg, Marietta to hold 'March for our Lives' rallies on Saturday

Update: Jessie's Law in omnibus bill

WTO doing 'detailed analysis' of Trump tariffs against China

Forecast for March 23rd, 2018

To Your Health: Small Diet Changes Can Slow Aging

Local credit counseling service gives advice for National Credit Month

UPDATE: Maryland shooting victim dies after being taken off life support

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Peru congress accepts president's resignation

President Trump 'considering' veto of budget bill

Olympic gymnast criticizes Michigan State interim president

Update: Commissioners working on new fiscal year budget

Justice Dept. charges 9 Iranians in massive hacking scheme

Washington County's May ballot to feature .55 Mill tax levy for Children's Services

UPDATE: Russian official says Britain hiding lack of proof

National LGBTQ Lecturer comes to WVU-P

UPDATE: IS claims responsibility for France attack

Former Survivor contestant speaks to students on stigmas of mental health, drug addiction

UPDATE: Sampson double-murder trial jury hears 911 calls

Athens man sentenced to prison after 400 Oxycodone pills, $30K in cash found in home

1 driver remains hospitalized after wrong-way crash on U.S. Route 50

UPDATE: Route 2 reopens in St. Marys after hazmat situation

Pepperoni rolls, soft pretzels offered in WVU-Villanova bet

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Three killed in southern French supermarket terror attack

Prime Minister Edouard Philippe said of the siege in Trèbes that "all the information suggests that this is a terrorist act."

Lesbian and bisexual resources removed from HHS website

The Department of Health and Human Service's Office of Women's Health quietly removed a webpage dedicated to resources for lesbian and bisexual women.

Nine Iranians charged in massive hacking scheme

The nine men charged were working for the Mabna Institute, which prosecutors said was formed to help Iranian universities steal scientific research.

China threatens to slap 25 percent tariff on American pork

"China does not want a trade war with anyone, but China is not afraid of and will not recoil from a trade war," the country's embassy in Washington warned.

Maryland teenager dies days after high school shooting

"She will not make it," her mother said earlier. "She's brain-dead and has nothing — no life left in her."

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