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Trump taps military strategist as national security adviser

President Donald Trump has tapped Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster as his new national security adviser.


Lee Street near McDonald's in Belpre was blocked for about an hour Monday because two power lines fell onto the road.



West Virginia lawmakers are busy passing new bills to strengthen government ethics and whistleblower laws and the penalties for breaking them.


A man who walked away from home confinement last week is back in custody.


Kasich plan connects Ohio teachers, local businesses


Gov. Justice touts Coalfields Expressway to push infrastructure plans


Holocaust survivors recall their experiences


Daybreak-To Your Health-February 20, 2017


Forecast for February 20th, 2017


11PM Sportscast February 19 2017


Church celebrates end of youth basketball season with dunk show


Update: Mitchell Ruble dies of natural causes in prison


Wrestling school now open for classes, pro wrestling events


River City Blues competition returns to Marietta


W.Va. school board votes to eliminate parts of state assessments for grades 9, 10


Heart Disease: A silent killer in women


New report says poor condition of W.Va. roads cost drivers millions per-year in extra repair costs


Construction to force single lane closures on Bonds Creek overpass bridge in Ritchie County through August 2018


Part of Front Street in Marietta to close for sewer repairs


UPDATE: Man charged with murder in Jackson County shooting


Update: Ashley Flowers pleads guilty to two misdemeanors


UPDATE: One SEPTA escapee waives extradition to Ohio, one still at large


W.Va. Sen. Manchin votes to confirm Trump's pick to lead EPA


W.Va. Board of Education accepting applications for state superientendent of schools position


W.Va. attorney general says state "will have a friend in Scott Pruitt," now confirmed as next EPA administrator


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President Trump Won't Be Shortest-Serving U.S. President

That unfortunate honor goes to a U.S. president who died from pneumonia just 32 days into his presidency.

Calif. Braces for More Flooding, Landslides as 'Atmospheric River' Looms

The entire Sacramento Valley was under a flood warning, including Oroville, where last week's storm damaged a spillway behind the Lake Oroville dam.

Missing Drugs Prompts Probe of VA Hospitals Staff

Staff at VA hospitals either siphoned away controlled substances for their own use, or street sales — or drugs intended for patients simply disappeared.

Russian Ambassador to United Nations Dies Suddenly

Vitaly Churkin, the tough-talking Russian ambassador to the United Nations, died suddenly Monday, officials said. Churkin, 64, was at his desk when he died, just one day before his birthday.

Dozens Fired for Joining 'Day Without Immigrants' Protest

Dozens of employees across the country were fired from their jobs after skipping work to take part in last week's 'Day Without Immigrants' protest.

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