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Eligible children can apply for clothing vouchers

Low-income West Virginia families can begin applying for clothing vouchers, for eligible children, this July.

After the devastating floods, one local woman is taking up scrubs for nurses and care facilitators.

This is a list of businesses collecting donations for West Virginia flooding victims.

This is a list of events to celebrate July 4, 2016.

'Rebuild West Virginia' telethon and special Friday, July 1, 7-9 PM ET

Dedication of memorial on route 2 in Belmont

Man rides out storm on roof after attempting to rescue woman

Four-year anniversary of derecho storm

Fireworks legislation may cause problems on the 4th of July

Experts lend tips to pet owners for this holiday weekend

WTAP News at 5-Interview-Salvation Army new leadership

Update: Halfway point for challenges to Wood County fire fee

Flood victim swept away while saving his dogs

Historic flooding relief efforts continue for W.Va.

New leaders at Parkersburg Salvation Army

Update: Greencastle Bridge lane closures

Update: Meigs County murder suspect extradited to Ohio

Update: Dryer causes fire at Lowell home

Parkersburg road closures for water valve repair

Fourth Street road closure

Daybreak: Rocks and Docks Festival

Animal cruelty case set for August

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