Man dies following crash on State Route 339
Pleasants County Middle School hosted "Stars" Steps of Hope Walk-a-Thon on Thursday to fundraise for one of their own young students suffering from a rare juvenile cancer.
With a need across the valley, the dream of a playground all children can use is coming closer to reality every day with a $10,000 donation from Peoples Bank.
934 acts of kindness...that's how many were reported, and how many chain links they made Thursday in a parade at Martin Elementary School.
Wood County Surveyor Scott Stewart has been accused of sexual abuse by his daughter, something Stewart has denied.
The West Virginia State High School Softball Tournament is in full swing and people are spending on food, drink and more.
Former Stockport Mayor Michael Shane Shuster has been sentenced to 25 years to life on 3 counts of rape of a victim under the age of 13.
He's been leading them for years to help eliminate poverty housing by building homes and providing education.
Her love for Parkersburg High School runs deep and now she's giving back.
Felman Production LLC plans to temporarily idle one of three electric arc furnaces at its ferroalloys plant in New Haven and lay off union workers.
Two staffing agency executives have pleaded guilty to federal employment tax evasion charges.
Ohio officials say the federal government will take over the state's program for patients with pre-existing medical conditions.
Three dogs seized from a Cleveland man charged with holding three women captive over a decade have found a foster home.
About 20 Wayne High School students are barred from the school's graduation ceremony because of a senior prank that damaged the building.
The executive director of the West Virginia GOP says Republicans are poised for big wins in the 2014 election.
The Marietta post office could soon carry the name of a Marine who died in the line of duty in March..
Tuesday was a special day for students at Williamstown Elementary. Many got to meet their hero, the WVU Mountaineer.
Authorities say a 52-year-old man died when he fell from a cliff while rappelling in southeastern Ohio over the weekend.
West Virginia has won some limited freedom from the federal education law known as No Child Left Behind.
Coins minted to celebrate West Virginia's 150th birthday are now in the hands of collectors.
A Democratic state lawmaker is announcing plans to challenge Ohio Treasurer Josh Mandel in 2014.
The Memorial Bridge is getting some repairs, and it's going to last for at least two weeks.
Small businesses and private nonprofits affected by severe storms last summer can still apply for federal disaster loans.
Heading out on a scenic tour, many people enjoyed a history lesson on some of the bridges in the valley.
The numbers for the Powerball Jackpot are chosen Saturday night.
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