More parking slated for downtown Parkersburg

City officials are in the process of adding more parking spots to downtown Parkersburg.

Republican candidate for West Virginia governor Bill Cole is supporting Donald Trump for president.

An Ohio judge has kept bond at $3 million for a suburban Cincinnati man who called 911 and reported: "I just shot and killed my wife."

The Wood County Sheriff's Office needs your help identifying two suspects accused of pointing a gun at a clerk.

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Hillary Clinton visiting Athens Tuesday

A brotherly surprise from the U.S. Air Force

Daybreak: Older Americans Month

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Daybreak: Tee It Up Golf Scramble

U.S. Congress passes Senator Portman's energy bill

New recovery center in Parkersburg?

Kindergartners work to solve world problems

Travelocity roaming gnome tours West Virginia

WATCH HERE: Hillary Clinton's visit to Athens

High speed chase lands two behind bars

Update: Washington County's drug take-back day a record

Wood County's Regional Jail bill still a problem

Blennerhassett Island open for business

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