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Shooting reported at S.C. elementary school

A coroner says that the injuries of two students from a shooting at a South Carolina elementary school do not appear to be life-threatening.

The political arm of Planned Parenthood is targeting Ohio as part of its largest education and get-out-the-vote effort ever.

Congress has rejected a veto by President Barack Obama for the first time since he became president.

U.S. Chemical Safety Board releases its report on the 2014 West Virginia chemical spill.

Daybreak: Inciting panic

Nasty note left for disabled veteran

Parkersburg City Council talks excess budget funds

Head-on crash sends two women to hospital

Update: Parkersburg South English Teacher suspended without pay

High school students participate in Mid-Ohio Valley College Night

Corinne Full named Wood County Teacher of the Year

Young cancer patients with sidewalk chalk hope to raise awareness

Belpre's shortage of EMT volunteers raises concerns

Former pro athlete and wrestler talks to student

Fall fire season begins Saturday; burning restrictions in effect

Nationwide Emergency Alert System test scheduled Wednesday

Update: St. Marys K-9 officer returns to active duty Saturday

Update: Man receives key to the city for tree carving

National Voter Registration Day, 41 days until the election

September 2016 Jan Dils' Golden Apple Winner

Man indicted in death of Ohio state trooper

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Federal Appeals Court Rules Against NH Voting Booth Selfie Ban

A federal appeals court on Wednesday said New Hampshire's ban on voting booth selfies "is like burning down the house to roast the pig."

Three Hurt in South Carolina School Shooting, Official Says

The suspected attacker, a teenager, is in custody, a spokesman for the Anderson County Sheriff's Office said.

Senate Passes Short-Term Government Funding Measure

The Senate voted Wednesday afternoon to approve a critical government funding measure—a move which could help Congress narrowly avoid a shutdown.

Congress Overrides Obama Veto On 9/11 Bill

Josh Earnest called the action "the single most embarrassing thing the Senate has done since 1983."

U.S. Officials: 615 More Troops Heading To Iraq

The new troops will support offensive against ISIS in Mosul

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