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WV. State Police to set up a Sobriety Check Point on Route 47

The West Virginia State Police will conduct a Sobriety Check Point on WV Route 47 in Parkersburg on March 30th-31.


One person is injured after a collision between a motorcycle and another vehicle on Rosemar Road in Vienna Friday afternoon.



Parkersburg City Council plans a budget meeting tonight at 6:30 in city council chambers...with final budget passage a possibility.


Speaker Paul Ryan has abruptly pulled the Republicans' troubled health care overhaul bill off the House floor.


UPDATE: 2 men sentenced for separate crimes in Washington County


OK Foods, Inc. recalls nearly 1 million pounds of breaded chicken nationwide


Dog left for dead 'paws' letter to rescuer


Forecast for March 24th, 2017


W.Va. inmates will receive photocopies of mail to prevent drug smuggling


GOP health care bill overcomes hurdle, moves toward House vote


Trump Admin. approves permit to build Keystone XL oil pipeline


UPDATE: Jackson County family loses many belongings in house fire


Man arrested in Kroger incident pleads guilty to two charges


Watch: High school student saves friend from choking


Mountaineers fall to Gonzaga in Sweet 16


UPDATE: Suspect in overdose death denied bond


Update: Man suspected in 1984 Washington County murder paroled in West Virginia


Funeral & visitation set for former Wood County Sheriff Ken Merritt


W.Va. legislature proposes bill to allow fire department service charges


Update: Wood County Commission considering increase in property tax levy


Ohio Sen. Brown supports USDA nominee Sonny Perdue


Mid-Ohio Valley police discuss lone wolf attacks


Belpre works to grow to its full potential


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