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UPDATE: Sampson's attorneys begin presenting witnesses

Jeffrey Sampson's attorneys began presenting witnesses Friday, to close out the first week of his double murder trial.

An Athens County man accused of shooting his girlfriend in the face last month has pleaded not guilty to several charges.

Trial for a man and woman accused of killing a Parkersburg woman at her Tygart Street home in December is set for August 28.

An Athens County Grand Jury has indicted an Athens man and woman on multiple felony counts in the death of a 3-month old baby in Athens.

UPDATE: Former Ohio University student sentenced in Bitcoin drug case

Nearly half million smoke detectors recalled

W.Va. Attorney General creates Elder Abuse Unit, hotline and website

Vienna seeking law firm to join opioid lawsuits

1 driver remains hospitalized after wrong-way crash on U.S. Route 50

Is your kid a rebel? That could pay off in the long term

Parkersburg, Marietta to hold 'March for our Lives' rallies on Saturday

Athens man sentenced to prison after 400 Oxycodone pills, $30K in cash found in home

Update: Jessie's Law in omnibus bill

Former Survivor contestant speaks to students on stigmas of mental health, drug addiction

UPDATE: Route 2 reopens in St. Marys after hazmat situation

Washington County's May ballot to feature .55 Mill tax levy for Children's Services

Pepperoni rolls, soft pretzels offered in WVU-Villanova bet

National LGBTQ Lecturer comes to WVU-P

Update: Commissioners working on new fiscal year budget

Local credit counseling service gives advice for National Credit Month

Update: Police describe how suspect set off bomb in car

UPDATE: Deputies in Ohio arrest local man charged in Barboursville bank robbery

54 employers come to Washington State Community College

Two people injured in two crashes on local roads on Tuesday

Firefighter suffers leg injury in Washington County house fire

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French officer who traded places with hostage dies

"France will never forget his heroism, bravery and sacrifice," the country's interior minister said.

Tens of thousands expected to participate in March for Our Lives

"Let us pray with our legs, let us march in unison to the rhythm of justice, because I say enough is enough," said one Parkland shooting survivor.

Spring storm does little to reverse California dry streak

A spring storm excited Southern California, but experts say it did little to change long-term drought conditions.

Trump order would ban most transgender troops from serving

The White House says retaining troops who may require substantial medical treatment "presents considerable risk to military effectiveness and lethality."

UK investigators raid Cambridge Analytica's London office

Britain is investigating whether Facebook, the world's largest social media network, did enough to protect data.

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