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Daybreak: Dave Fleming talks about Mother's Day flowers

Dave Fleming from Greenleaf Landscapes says Mother's Day weekend is one of his busiest of the year.

The W. Va. Special Olympics Spring Games will be held May 7th.

Investigators say the suspect in a Meigs County murder investigation is dead.

The Peace Officer Basic Academy at Washington State Community College celebrated 10 years of training the area's finest.

People across the country hold services for National Day of Prayer

Cameras coming to fight drug dealing in Wood County

160 Confederate flags stolen from cemetery

Wood County Commission issues spending limits

May is National Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month

Pleasants County Sheriff Candidates gear up for primary

Siblings attend Naval Academy together

Man arrested for stabbing another man

Students raise $10,000 in memory of classmate

UPDATE: Eliminated Prevailing Wages takes effect Thursday

Daybreak: Chef Yancy's Herb-Infused Salad Dressing

Daybreak: "Maestro's Fantasia"

Man arrested for sexually abusing family member

Update: Dog recovers from abuse

May 4th marks 5 years since Sistersville man vanished

May the Fourth be with you

The opioid epidemic rages on in the Mountain State

WTAP News at 5-To Your Health-May 4, 2016

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