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PKB City Council to consider ordinance that bans motorized bicycles in city

Next week, the Parkersburg City Council will consider a first reading of an ordinance that would ban motorized bicycles in the city.


Three of the nearly dozen people involved have been sentenced.



Voters in Marietta will decide on an increase in their income tax this November.


A Waterford, Ohio man died Thursday night at a Columbus hospital from injuries he sustained in a June 15th crash in Washington County.


Cleveland man still sought in alleged sexual assault in Parkersburg


Head-on crash in Pleasants County injures one driver


UPDATE: Some Athens County roads still closed due to high water


To Your Health: Light Alcohol Drinking May Lower Cancer Risk vs. No Drinking


Williamstown woman among 5 West Virginians to receive Congressional Award Gold Medal


Wood County GOP committee calls for impeachment of Gov. Justice


Do you nag your spouse?


Ohio declares statewide outbreak of Hepatitis A



UPDATE: West Virginia Lottery Commission sets sports betting rules


UPDATE: Marietta cancels Boil Water Advisory


Women in Leadership Conference in Vienna


Supreme Court decision: search warrant needed for cell phone records


College and Law Enforcement Partnership Seeks Gender Balance in Workforce


W.Va. lawmakers react to Supreme Court sales tax decision


Update: Father and daughter killed in Route 50 crash


Steady rain creates hazardous driving conditions


Ulta Beauty, Five Below, to open in former H.H. Gregg location at Grand Central Mall in Vienna


Kroger begins online grocery ordering and curbside pickup at Parkersburg store


UPDATE: PEIA task force approves proposed tier changes


Hundreds of volunteers participate in United Way Day of Action


UPDATE: 911 outage ends for Williamstown-area Frontier customers


Commission hears proposal for internet link


Herbert Henderson Office of Minority Affairs visits Parkersburg


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