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Police to probe circumstances of gorilla's death

A prosecutor's office says police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a 4-year-old boy entering a gorilla's exhibit at the Cincinnati Zoo and the animal being shot to death to protect the child.

The Color Me Fun 5K will take place June 4th.

A special ceremony is held at Tracewell Cemetery where locals pay their respects to soldiers who gave their lives.

Hundreds of Marietta citizens gather for the Annual Marietta Memorial Day Parade through the city Monday.

WTAP News at 5-To Your Health-May 30, 2016

Documentary tells of learning about West Virginia soldier

Facebook scam claims you won money

Hemp seeds being distributed to West Virginia growers

Authorities say nearly 800 pigs killed in Ohio barn fire

Central Ohio man faces life for raping children

Urine-soaked baby in car's back seat during drug arrest

Daybreak-To Your Health-May 30, 2016

Wild deer plays fetch with man and dog

Update: Memorial Day tradition in Belpre

City Park Memorial Day celebration

Former WTAP GM, local radio personality Sherman Grimm, passes away

Daybreak: Brown Baggin' Thru History

Events for Memorial Day around the Mid-Ohio Valley

Daybreak: Relay For Life Yard Sale

A new flag pole goes up at a local cemetery just in time for Memorial Day

WATCH NOW: Jim Wharton 40 years of sports and more

UPDATE: Man drowns in the Little Kanawha River, victim identified

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Facebook, YouTube, Microsoft Back EU Hate Speech Rules

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It marks one of the "deadliest periods yet" in the migration crisis, according to the International Organization for Migration.

JetBlue Says Woman's Shorts to Small to Fly

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State Department Issues New Travel Alert for Europe

The State Department pointed to two events in particular as potential terror targets.

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