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Unemployed Whistleblower

Updated: 08/06/2004 - Paula Lathem recently filed a lawsuit against Wood County. Now she's out of a county job.

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Jackson Returns

Updated: 08/06/2004 - A 102-year-old statue makes a triumphant return this weekend.

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Stolen Goods Ring Halted

Updated: 08/05/2004 - Police say thousands of dollars in stolen items have been recovered, as city and county law enforcement officers crack a theft ring.

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Magistrate Clerk Fired

The Courts

Updated: 08/04/2004 - A 12-year employee of the Wood County Magistrate Court is now without a job.

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Heading South

Updated: 08/04/2004 - Another portion of the largest area highway project in years is about to be completed. Within a month, Corridor D will be connected to Parkersburg's southside.

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Going Up... Again?

Updated: 08/04/2004 - Parts of West Virginia are facing as much as 40 percent higher natural gas rates this winter if a number of proposed rate hikes are approved in the coming months.

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Tired With Trucks

Updated: 07/31/2004 - It isn't a major highway, but a Belpre Road has the same kind of traffic. Residents there say they've had enough and want the problem fixed.

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Expansion Project Under Way

Updated: 07/29/2004 - It's been nearly five years in the making, but the first shovel-full of dirt has been turned for a major expansion of Camden-Clark Memorial Hospital.

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All Eyes on Boston?

Updated: 07/27/2004 - It's day two of the Democratic National Convention, with speeches scheduled from Teresa Heinz-Kerry and Senator Ted Kennedy, but will anyone be watching?

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HDTV on CAS

Updated: 07/27/2004 - Some of our viewers are now getting a "clearer" look at WTAP.

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Schott's Future

Updated: 07/26/2004 - The owners of the Schott Scientific Glass plant in Parkersburg have updated their timetable for the plant's imminent closing.

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Flood Insurance

Updated: 07/23/2004 - Floods are a way of life in parts of West Virginia, but it's not encouraging people to insure their homes.

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Keeping the Phone Lines Busy

Posted: 07/23/2004 - If you've called the police lately, you're not alone. In the past decade the Parkersburg Police Department has seen a big increase in the number of times its phone rings.

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Justice Center Debate

Updated: 07/22/2004 - Is a new Marietta justice center a sound investment or a misuse of public funds?

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Guidry Trial Verdict: Guilty

Updated: 07/22/2004 - A jury doesn't buy a defendant's claim that a child's mother may have been responsible for her death.

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Head Help...

Updated: 07/20/2004 - Mental health advocates say the man accused in the Columbus-area highway shootings could be an example of someone who could have been helped by a little-used legal tool.

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Father On Trial

Updated: 07/20/2004 - A Beverly-area man says he didn't kill his infant daughter last November.

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"We Will Rock You"

Updated: 07/19/2004 - Rock and Roll Hall of Fame-goers will get an earful of Parkersburg bands later this month.

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Looking Back, Looking Ahead

Updated: 07/19/2004 - The fair has packed up and left the butcher bend campgrounds for another year, but plans are already being made for 2005.

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Getting the Word Out About Scleroderma

Updated: 07/16/2004 - It's a little-known disease, but a former Parkersburg resident was back in town to raise awareness about scleroderma.

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Sex Crime Connection

Updated: 07/15/2004 - A St. Mary's barber could face up to five years in jail for a sex crime.

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Fair Competition

Updated: 07/15/2004 - Ever wonder how those county fair projects actually make it to the fair?

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