UPDATE: One person dies in 3-vehicle crash on Route 2 near Pleasants County line

One person has died in a 3-vehicle crash that shut down Route 2 late Friday afternoon.


Authorities have released the identity of a Blennerhassett Middle School student who died during flash flooding on Lake Washington Road Thursday evening.



From being shortened to 2 days to seeking money through crowdfunding, the Parkersburg Homecoming Festival had its fair share of obstacles this year.


The News and Sentinel Half Marathon is returning for its 31st year and so is a local runner.


Canine Distemper case confirmed in Washington County


Eclipse in the MOV


From prison to barbershop: School helps turn man's life around


Parkersburg Police Chief on Security at Homecoming


WTAP Noon-MOV Eclipse Viewing & Safety-8/18/17


Public School Start Dates across the Mid-Ohio Valley


“Read This Summer” Winners chosen


Keep your kitchen cool, energy-efficient when cooking


3rd Annual Harvest of Hope Farm to Table Dinner


Washington County EOC director named MOV airport manager


Family buried under roadway set to be exhumed


WTAP antenna viewers will lose signal temporarily early Monday morning


St. Marys man pleads guilty in federal court to methamphetamine charge


UPDATE: Brother and sister indicted in Gallipolis murder


UPDATE: One American killed in Barcelona terror attacks


Update: Nuisance law considered by Parkersburg Council was inspired by similar law in Martinsburg


Ohio proposal would label neo-Nazi groups terrorists


AP sources: Strategist Steve Bannon leaving White House


Concealed Carry permits in WV and Wisconsin now valid in either state


Ohio University to allow beer sales at football games


WV Atty. Gen. warns of college scholarship and financial aid scams


Ohio jobless rate rises in July from previous month


Ohio dad charged with involuntary manslaughter in overdose death of infant


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