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Powell: Saddam Trying to Divide U.N.

Updated: 03/05/2003 - The foreign ministers of France, Germany and Russia said Wednesday they will "not allow" passage of an American-backed U.N. resolution.

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Lawn Tractors Recall

Updated: 03/04/2003 - Lawn mowers recalled for possible fuel tank problem.

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U.S. to Lower Terror Level to Yellow

Terrorism Threats

Updated: 02/27/2003 - The national terror alert will be lowered from orange to yellow, administration officials said Thursday, suggesting the threat of a terrorist attack on U.S. soil has eased somewhat.

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U.S. Rejects Deadline for Iraq to Disarm

George Bush

Updated: 02/26/2003 - The Bush administration on Wednesday dismissed a compromise proposal by Canada to set an end-of-March deadline for Iraq to comply with U.N. disarmament demands.

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NASA Recovers Columbia Cockpit Videotape

Updated: 02/26/2003 - NASA said that it had recovered a videotape showing four of the Columbia astronauts in the last minutes of their flight just before things went awry.

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Consumer Confidence Nears 10-Year Low

Updated: 02/25/2003 - Consumer confidence in the economy plunged to its lowest level in nearly 10 years in February as Americans grew bleak about jobs and oil prices in the face of war with Iraq.

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Flood Watch Throughout Mid-Ohio Valley

Updated: 02/24/2003 - People who live in low-lying areas are watching intently for signs of flooding. Muskingum County was added to Ohio's snow emergency declaration.

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Product Recalls

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Fireworks of Alabama announces the recall of bamboo-stick sparklers and Playnation Play Systems announces a recall of "Fun Buckets" on backyard play sets.

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Rain on Snow Could Cause Floods in East

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Residents still struggling with mountains of snow in the Northeast and mid-Atlantic could be in for a second headache courtesy of Mother Nature: flooding.

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Unlicensed Drivers in More Fatal Crashes

Updated: 02/20/2003 - Unlicensed and drunken drivers continue to evade measures to keep them off the roads, said a pair of studies released Thursday.

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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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