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Flood Relief

Updated: 02/18/2003 - It was warmer, but also wetter, last weekend in Southern West Virginia.

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Battery Charger Recall

Updated: 02/14/2003 - Robert Bosch Tool Corp. announces a recall of Skil Warrior drill battery chargers.

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Drug Arrest

Updated: 02/14/2003 - A woman is arrested for selling drugs near a school.

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Bush Administration Raises Terror Alert

Updated: 02/07/2003 - The Bush Administration Friday raised the national terror alert from yellow to orange, citing a U.S. intelligence warning of a "high risk" of terrorist attack, a senior administration official said.

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Recalls Announced

Updated: 02/06/2003 - UWATEC AG announced a recall of dive computers sold in 1995 and 1996 and Trak Inc. announced a recall of snowshoe bindings.

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NASA Detected Heat Spike in Shuttle

Updated: 02/03/2003 - NASA engineers settled into their long, joyless task of figuring out how space shuttle Columbia broke apart, saying conditions in the shuttle's final minutes point to a possible problem with its critical heat-protection tiles.

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Heart Hearings-Day 2

Heart Health

Updated: 01/31/2003 - The battle over open heart surgery between Parkersburg's two hospitals continues in Charleston.

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Consumer Recalls

Updated: 01/31/2003 - Some Cooper Lighting 500-watt halogen bulbs and Zenith large-screen televisions have been recalled.

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Loveland's Stamp of Love

Updated: 01/30/2003 - Valentines are arriving in the mail in Loveland, Colorado, from all over the world to receive the town’s stamp of love.

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Beanbag Recall

Updated: 01/29/2003 - Some Baseline Design beanbag chairs have zippers that can be opened, allowing access to the polystyrene beads inside the chairs.

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State of the Union Address

Updated: 01/29/2003 - President Bush had some familiar themes in his State of the Union address.

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Blix: Iraq Has Not Accepted Disarmament

Updated: 01/27/2003 - Top weapons inspector Hans Blix said Monday that Baghdad had not genuinely accepted U.N. resolutions demanding that it disarm.

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Homeland Security Dept. Starts Friday

Tom Ridge

Updated: 01/24/2003 - After drawn-out debate and a nearly unprecedented reshuffling of the federal bureaucracy, the Department of Homeland Security became the government's 15th Cabinet department Friday.

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364,000 Portable Wooden Cribs Recalled

Updated: 01/23/2003 - About 364,000 portable wooden cribs are being recalled because the bottoms can fall out if not tightly assembled, the Consumer Product Safety Commission announced Thursday.

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Roe v. Wade Anniversary

Updated: 01/22/2003 - Marchers will mark the 30th anniversary of Roe v. Wade.

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37,000 Troops, 2 Carriers Heading to Gulf

Updated: 01/21/2003 - The Army is sending its most modern combat division to the Persian Gulf region and the Navy is dispatching two aircraft carriers to join two others already within striking distance of Iraq, officials said Tuesday.

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Apartment Explosion

Updated: 01/20/2003 - Parkersburg police continue to investigate an explosion early Monday morning on Market Street.

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Build-A-Bear Recall

Updated: 01/16/2003 - Build-A-Bear Workshop has announced a recall of "Founding Bear" stuffed bears because of a choking hazard.

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Plane Crashes at N.C. Airport, Killing 21

Updated: 01/08/2003 - A commuter plane carrying 21 people crashed into an airport hangar on takeoff Wednesday and burst into flames, killing everyone aboard, authorities said.

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War in Iraq Could Cause Police Shortage

Updated: 01/07/2003 - When a Tennessee man sped through all three tollbooths on the West Virginia Turnpike, he drove more than 75 miles before any state troopers were available to pursue him.

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U.S. Proposes Visitor Tracking System

Updated: 01/03/2003 - Millions of travelers arriving and departing the U.S. will have to submit detailed personal information this year under rules proposed by the federal government Friday as part of the war on terrorism.

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W.Va. Surgeons Say Walkout Will Continue

Updated: 01/03/2003 - A walkout by surgeons protesting high malpractice insurance costs will continue indefinitely because Gov. Bob Wise and the Legislature have not done enough to address the problem, a participating surgeon said Friday.

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