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Man reportedly caught with $63,000 worth of drug money

Police reportedly found $63,000 worth of cash connected to drugs in man's car on Emerson Avenue.

Candidates running for West Virginia state office gathered to discuss the issues plaguing the area.

Over in Pleasants County, school administrators are asking you to pay more attention to stopped school buses. Cameras are now set up to catch those who don't stop for a bus dropping off or picking up kids.

A Washington County woman has pleaded guilty to possession of drugs and having weapons under disability.

Are students safe at school?

The Smoot Theatre to show "The Working Man"

Field trip gone wrong sends multiple students to hospital

Halloween season has already begun

More car break-ins reported in Williamstown

WVU, Pitt announce 4-game basketball series starting 2017-18

Flu vaccines now being offered

Gov. Kasich order flags flown at half-staff to honor former Israeli leader Peres

Couple celebrates 77 years of marriage

Commuter train crashes into rail station in N.J.; 1 dead, more than 100 hurt

27 overdoses, 2 deaths over 24 hours in Columbus

Boil Water Advisory Issued in Marietta

Daybreak: Stuffed chicken breast with compound butter

Update: Businesses go head-to-head in final round of Launchpad

Two World War II veterans get diplomas from Parkersburg High School

Little boy receives overwhelming support for his birthday

Local priest competes on popular game show

Wood County Schools: funding balance, reserves growing

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