The numbers for the Powerball Jackpot are chosen Saturday night.
Members of the Pioneer Antique Power Association of Belpre rode around Washington County in tractors Saturday morning to raise money for the "Shop with a Cop" program.
Parkersburg police search for the man suspected in an early morning stabbing.
Belpre Heights United Methodist Church hosted Dog Days in May Saturday afternoon.
A truck goes on a wild ride near Quincy Park in Parkersburg, slamming right into the front porch of a house.
A traffic stop turns into two drug arrests, and one man escapes police custody for a short time Saturday afternoon.
Restore Marietta's latest fundraiser takes an exclusive look behind closed doors through historic downtown.
They're riding their bikes to support a great community cause and on a very special day.
Exploring the outdoors and learning at the same time.
A man just mowing the lawn is shot Friday night. He says a neighbor did it and on Saturday, police make an arrest.
P-H-S went on lock down today because a strange man was walking thru the halls with a backpack.
Wood and Washington Counties' Relay For Life hosted their opening ceremony as walkers participated in the survivor laps Friday evening.
Smoke detectors save lives and property. Something Marietta wants to see in its historic buildings downtown.
Tuppers Plains Chester Water District has received top honors as the "Best Tasting Water in Rural Ohio."
A $1 million Center For Early Learning at West Virginia University at Parkersburg officially opened to the public Friday.
Just starting out or a lot of experience, Mancan Staffing is hosting an after-hours hiring event one night only.
The Northwest Territory Murals have called Marietta City Hall home since 1938. Now they have a temporary home at Campus Martius Museum for all to enjoy.
A Meigs County Grand Jury indicted three people in connection with the murder of Wallace Chaffin.
Accused in the 2008 murder of Patrick Arnold, on Friday Mark Stevens accepted a plea deal. Stevens pleaded guilty to tampering with evidence and no contest to negligent homicide.
Two men go on a wild ride. Their van ends up over an embankment, hundreds of yards from the interstate.
The Ohio House has cleared a bill correcting a new state law that inadvertently allows coaches and referees in youth sports leagues to be criminally prosecuted for violating rules regarding players' head injuries.
The Ohio House has unanimously approved a bill making more teachers eligible to participate in meeting Ohio's new third-grade reading guarantee.
Some Ohio conservative activists who say they were targeted by the Internal Revenue Service are heading to Washington as federal investigations widen.
Columbus police say two suspects were killed in an early morning shootout with officers.
A former sheriff convicted in the beating of a bank robber is being held at the Northern Regional Jail in Moundsville until the U.S. Bureau of Prisons has a bed for him.
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