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W.Va. Senate passes bill to allow medical marijuana for some patients

The West Virginia Senate advanced a bill Thursday that would allow some patients access to medical marijuana under certain circumstances.

Two men who have been the subject of a manhunt in Washington County since Wednesday evening remain at large.

Law enforcement say a significant quantity of suspected cocaine was concealed in the aircraft.

A car accident involving ten people delayed traffic for almost an hour Wednesday night, on a Parkersburg Bridge.

UPDATE: Man hospitalized in house fire on Lynn Street in Parkersburg

Gas line ruptures in Vienna neighborhood; brought under control

Ice cream shop publishes unconventional 'help wanted' ad

Forecast for March 30th, 2017

Belpre Police look for burglars who stole coins & jewelry from local shop

UPDATE: Ryan Vogt found guilty of manslaughter, drug trafficking charges

W.Va. Senate passes bill to lower income tax, raise sales & food tax

Shale Crescent USA updates Economic Roundtable on past year's progress

Longtime pastor at St. Margaret Mary Catholic Church dies at age 79

Soldier stops to salute fallen veteran in pouring rain

Hawaii: Oahu --The busy island

Union Williams PSD issues boil water order for parts of Parkersburg

W.Va. House passes bill to increase capacity in substance abuse treatment centers

Motorcycle helmet bill rejected by Senate at W.Va. Capitol

Update: Overflow crowd results in changes in maximum occupancy rate in Parkersburg City Council chambers

Business owner expanding, plans to add jobs to Mid-Ohio Valley

Senator Capito expresses support for President Trump's Executive Order

U.S. government extends deadline for Mexico border wall contract bids

Deadline to register to vote in Ohio's May primary is April 3

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Warrant Approved for Ex-South Korean President

A South Korean court on Friday approved a warrant to arrest ousted president Park Geun-hye, the country's first democratically elected leader to be thrown out of office.

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A deal that North Carolina lawmakers reached to repeal the state's controversial "bathroom bill" cleared a critical hurdle Thursday.

Remains Identified as Missing Missouri Woman

Monica Sykes disappeared on October 28, 2016.

Why the NIH Wants to Spray Germs on Kids' Skin

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Kim Jong Nam's Body Headed Back to North Korea

Malaysia put the body of the estranged half-brother of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on a plane to Pyongyang on Thursday.

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