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Local church celebrates end of youth basketball season with dunk show

Liberty University's SOAR Dunk Team came from Virginia to celebrate with the church and its youth players.


Mitchell Ruble died in his sleep last night of natural causes.



The West Virginia Wrestling Alliance in Vienna is now open for classes and events.


12 musical acts performed in hopes of booking a spot to the International Blues Challenge in Memphis, Tennessee.


W.Va. B.O.E. votes to eliminate parts of state assessments for Grades 9, & 10


New report says poor condition of W.Va. roads cost drivers millions per-year in extra repair costs.


Video Gaming: Way beyond dad's battles with Donkey Kong


Forecast for February 20th, 2017


11PM Sportscast February 19 2017


11PM Sportscast- February 18


Construction to force single lane closures on Bonds Creek Overpass Bridge in Ritchie Co. through Aug. 2018


Wood Co. deputies looking for domestic battery suspect who left home monitoring program


Part of Front Street in Marietta to close for sewer repairs


UPDATE: Man charged with murder in Jackson County shooting


Update: Ashley Flowers pleads guilty to two misdemeanors


Woman gives birth in McDonald's bathroom


UPDATE: SEPTA escapee waives extradition to Ohio, other still at large


W.Va. Sen. Manchin votes to confirm Trump's EPA Admin. pick


W.Va. Board of Education accepting applications for State Superientendent of Schools position


W.Va. Atty. Gen. Morrisey says state "Will have a friend in Scott Pruitt," now confirmed as next E.P.A. admin.


U.S. Rep. Evan Jenkins supports confirmation of Scott Pruitt as EPA chief


Washington County chase suspect charged and in custody


Vienna man faces charges after arrested by drug task force


Wood County Commission discusses TIF financing and refinancing of Justice Center bonds


4 arrested in drug raid at Parkersburg home


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