W.Va. Police track down missing Pleasants County woman

According to West Virginia State Police, troopers have tracked down Guthrie.


The Trump administration has lifted federal guidelines that said transgender students should be allowed to use public school bathrooms and locker rooms matching their chosen gender identity.



A local mother has made it her mission to advocate for her son who she says is being bullied, because of his race.


The Wood County Senior Citizens Association, Inc. is closed from 11 a.m. Thursday, February 23, 2017, in order for electrical repairs to be made to the facility.


The man caught with fentanyl laced stickers will head to circuit court


DOH workers provide a temporary fix to Mt. Pleasant Estates roads


Good Samaritan, off-duty trooper save 10 people from fiery crash


Scoreboard- February 22


Calhoun County at Williamstown


Ripley at South


Local service organization works towards preserving Sumner School


W.Va. inmate pleads guilty to bomb threats against federal buildings in multiple cities


Valve repair in Vienna to cause water outages Friday night


Update: Former Texas Tech chief named new Ohio University president


W.Va. drug abuse helpline takes more than 10,000 calls


Community comes together to rescue dog from drain pipe


Ohio long-distance swimmer named to International Swimming Hall of Fame


W.Va. Senate bill would criminalize 'revenge porn'


"Voice of the Mountaineers" Tony Caridi headlines Boys and Girls Club dinner


San Jose, Calif. flooding forces 14,000 to evacuate


Patriots coach Belichick may testify in Aaron Hernandez double-murder trial


McDonald's to offer $1 sodas of any size, as it tries to reverse declining visits


Crews say Rockport mobile home fire is total loss


Ohio high school rallies behind student with heart condition


Brian Hupp waves hearing on charge for shooting man in leg in Parkersburg.


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