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Identity Theft

Updated: 12/14/2004 - Attorney Gen. Jim Petro is trying to help victims of identity theft.

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The Votes Are in... Again

Updated: 12/15/2004 - Other local counties will do theirs later this week, but Washington County's Presidential Election recount took place Tuesday.

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Mobile Home Dealer Sentenced

Updated: 12/13/2004 - Three years after allegations surfaced, a Belpre mobile home dealer gets a two-year prison sentence.

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Let the Recount Begin

Updated: 12/13/2004 - Ohio's Legislature has officially cast the state's 20 electoral votes for President Bush, but the statewide recount from last month's Buckeye State election takes place Tuesday.

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Jury Recommends Execution for Peterson

Updated: 12/13/2004 - A jury in Redwood City, California, has decided that Scott Peterson should be executed for killing his wife, Laci, and her fetus.

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Sisters Announce Grants

Updated: 12/10/2004 - The Sisters of St. Joseph's Charitable Fund announces grants for several programs and projects Friday.

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Jury Decides Mundt's Fate

Updated: 12/09/2004 - A jury must decide if Fred Mundt will live the rest of life in prison, or die.

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Renovating Rayon

Updated: 12/06/2004 - A one-time elementary school in south Parkersburg is now a police training center.

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Identity Theft: It Can Happen to You

Updated: 12/09/2004 - WTAP brings you this three part series on identity theft. Last year 10 million people were victims of identity theft. Learn how you can protect yourself.

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Ridge Resigns

Updated: 11/30/2004 - U.S. officials say Tom Ridge has resigned after 23 months as the nation's first Homeland Security Secretary.

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From the Ashes

Posted: 11/26/2004 - It's been a rough 12 months for the city of Marietta, and not just because of September's floods.

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Double Vehicular Homicide Suspect

Updated: 11/24/2004 - The man accused in a two-car fatal accident in October is free and his trial set for early next year.

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Wondering "Why"

Updated: 11/24/2004 - A community searches for answers in an unbelievable double homicide.

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Death Penalty Cases: A Lengthy Process

Updated: 11/22/2004 - In death penalty cases, the conviction and sentence are just the beginning of the case. We have a perspective from a local prosecutor who has handled a death penalty trial.

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Prison Employee Indicted

Updated: 11/22/2004 - An investigation into smuggled drugs leads to a Washington County indictment.

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Hungry Hunters

Updated: 11/22/2004 - Monday is the first day of hunting season in West Virginia, and if you're hunting just for sport, there's a program that you can donate the deer meat to in order to help the hungry.

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Plea Delayed

Updated: 11/19/2004 - A judge awaits a pre-sentence report in the plea hearing of a sexual abuse suspect.

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Mundt Murder Trial: Day #1

Updated: 11/19/2004 - On the first day of the murder trial against Fred Mundt, the state portrayed an emotionless man who raped, beat and stuffed his girlfriend's daughter in a well leaving her to die.

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Colin Powell Resigns

Updated: 11/15/2004 - Top State Department officials say Secretary of State Colin Powell has announced his resignation.

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