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Update: Mid-Ohio Valley World War II veteran passes away

Tuesday, Eugene McPherson died at the age of 91.

Marietta City Council is discussing increasing the city income tax.

Wood County and area Republicans talk about Friday's inaugural events and the incoming Trump administration.

Ralph E. Richards, Jr. pleads to an information charging him with filing a false income tax return.

Chemours donates $10,000 to Blennerhassett Island Foundation

Roane County sheriff resigns after guilty plea to entering without breaking

Ladies make mats for homeless people to sleep on

Coolville mayor resigns amidst more accusations

Pedestrian struck, killed in Jackson County

Marietta man pleads guilty to grand larceny, gets 1 year in jail

Jury convicts Athens man of multiple drug counts

Daybreak: BrAva Mom Prom

Rifles used for military funerals stolen from American Legion post

Gray Television reaches agreement with DISH

W. Va. Attorney General ready to work with Jim Justice

3 Marietta residents facing drug charges

McKinley: Washington needs to know about OVU energy, water projects

Update: Latest trial involving effects of C8 under way

Feds plan biggest auction yet of oil-and-gas leases in Wayne National Forest

MOV celebrates MLK Day

Daybreak: Relay For Life

Daybreak: Grill marks

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