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Great American Home Show returns to Parkersburg

The show has been based in Parkersburg for more than 30 years.

Todd Boyes is in the hospital after crashing his vehicle in a police car chase.

50+ people marched and rallied to address Congressmen and President Trump.

Kids came out for socializing and swimming at the Quality Inn in Marietta.

Church hosts 19th annual black history luncheon

Roger Sheppard's farewell editorial - 2/25/2017

Life expectancy on the rise

State Wrestling Tournament Video

Scoreboard- February 25

Bishop Rosecrans at Frontier

Williamstown P.D. gets $14,000 grant to buy new squad car to fight drug crimes

Lt. Gov. Mary Taylor forms committee for Ohio governor bid

Girl Scout week is approaching and so is cookie season

J.C. Penney to close 130 to 140 stores

A programming note for WTAP, WIYE and WOVA viewers

Man celebrates working 70 years in same hardware store

WTAP takes a closer look at the Black history here in the Mid-Ohio Valley

Delays expected on Ritchie County roads due to repairs

Lane closure on 7th Street overpass bridge in Parkersburg, Feb. 27-28, 2017

UPDATE: Gov. Justice seeks bill to cap legislators' pay during special session

Ohio proposes 3-day sales tax holiday in August for back-to-school shopping

Federal court denies Don Blankenship's appeal on charges in fatal 2010 W.Va. mine explosion

Developing the Mid-Ohio Valley: A three-part series, begins Monday

UPDATE: Herpes outbreak temporarily sidelines local wrestlers at W.Va. state tournament

Judge only allowing 1 of 13 prosecution witnesses in Bill Cosby trial

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Actor Bill Paxton Dead at 61 Due to Surgery Complications

Bill Paxton, the actor who starred in the television series 'Big Love' and films such as 'Twister' and 'Apollo 13,' died at the age of 61.

Oscars Primed to Make a Political Statement

If history or the rhetoric since the election are any indicator, the Academy Awards are sure to get more than a bit political this year.

Trump's Job Approval Stands at Just 44 Percent as Partisan Splits Reign

President Donald Trump's job approval rating was 44 percent, a record low for a new president, according to a new NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.

Drunk Driver Charged After Injuring 28 at Mardi Gras: Cops

The 25-year-old driver, hit other vehicles and then veered into an Endymion parade crowd, registered .232 on a blood alcohol test, police said.

Trump's Pick for Navy Secretary Withdraws

Financier Philip Bilden said he 'fully support[s]' Trump's agenda and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis' efforts to modernize the Navy and Marines.

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