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Heavy Sunday Rains

The National Weather Service has issued a special statement regarding strong thunderstorms that have produced 1.5 to 2.5 inches of rain over southeastern Athens and west central Washington counties.

Jim Wharton marks 40 year anniversary of working at WTAP; watch 30 minute special on TheNewsCenter.TV

A man's body is recovered from the Little Kanawha River

Different organizations around the Mid-Ohio Valley are hosting events to honor Memorial Day.

Man survives gunshot to head, suspect arrested

UPDATE: Day 2 Vandalia-Con is on in Parkersburg

Student gives classmate a kidney

Sunset Memorial Funeral Home hold 58th Annual Avenue of Flags

Update: Advisory lifted for some Vienna residents

WTAP at Five-Interview-Grilling safety

WTAP at Five-To Your Health-May 27, 2016

Biker hit by car, sustains life-threatening injuries

Grilling this weekend? Try these recipes

21-year principal set to retire

WV 16 paving project

Update: Latest Dupont C8 trial begins Tuesday

Daybreak-To Your Health-May 27, 2016

Pet of the Week: Little Man

Ohio makes buying guns easier

One man dead after Athens Co. shooting

Update: City of Marietta lifts boil water advisory

Update: West Virginia lawmakers wrap 9th session day; no budget yet

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