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Crews on scene of fire at apartment building in Marietta

The fire broke out at a building located at 317 Gilman Avenue around 11 p.m. Saturday evening.


Authorities say two men have been arrested in connection with the suspected overdose death of a woman whose nine children watched her die in their family's Ohio home.



U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions is expected to discuss the eradication of violent crime during an appearance Monday in Toledo.


All five of West Virginia's ski resorts will be open this weekend in one of the earliest starts to the state's winter sports season.


Columbus joins list of cities suing drugmakers over opioids


Rules protecting coal miners' dust exposure up for review


Local veterans honored in brick laying at City Park


Tony Farrace Duals


Eastern at Belpre


Williamstown at St. Marys


Wood County Deputy Sheriff's Association gives bikes to kids in need


Former WTAP reporter covered Silver Bridge tragedy


Is there a real benefit to gifted programs?


UPDATE: 2 suspects in Parkersburg woman's killing in custody in Illinois


Loan agreement signed for Wood County "burn building"


Red Cross Record Breaking Relief Efforts


No evidence of school threat in Morgan County, authorities say


Shale turnaround "fuels" industrial production in November


UPDATE: Full autopsy reports in Rhoden family killings won't be released


Silver Bridge collapse 50 years ago affected residents in Pleasants County


TAX REFORM: Sen. Corker to vote for GOP tax package


President Trump doesn't want to talk about Flynn pardon 'yet'


Tillerson calls on China, Russia to increase North Korea pressure


Gov. Justice asks National Guard for backup to help Huntington


Sign-ups show health law's staying power in Trump era


Judge temporarily blocks new Trump rules on birth control


Winds temporarily calm on lines of huge California wildfire


South Korea says North close to 'weaponization'


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