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Ohio Police Readying Stepped-Up DUI Enforcement

Posted: 12/28/2011 - SPRINGFIELD, Ohio (AP) - Police around Ohio are preparing stepped-up patrols for this weekend after a jump in drunk-driving arrests over the last New Year's holiday.

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Christmas Traffic On W.V. Turnpike Increases

Posted: 12/28/2011 - CHARLESTON, W.V. (AP) - The West Virginia Turnpike saw an increase in Christmas holiday traffic. But the size of that increase depends on which year is used for comparison.

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Two Cases Of Swine Flu Variant Confirmed In W.V.

Posted: 12/28/2011 - CHARLESTON, W.V. (AP) - West Virginia health officials have increased monitoring for a variant of the swine flu after two cases were confirmed in Mineral County.

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Group Trying Again To Ban Dog Auctions in Ohio

Posted: 12/28/2011 - COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - A group that wants to ban dog auctions in Ohio is waiting to learn whether it succeeded on its third attempt to collect petition signatures to get a new law.

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Report: Almost $439K Spent On Ohio Gov's Mansion

Posted: 12/28/2011 - COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Ohio taxpayers paid more than $438,000 to staff, maintain and repair the official governor's residence this year, although Gov. John Kasich doesn't live there, a newspaper reported Tuesday.

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Mayor Michael Mullen Says Goodbye

Updated: 12/27/2011 - After serving 8 years as Marietta Mayor, Michael Mullen has decided to step down. He reflects on his time in office during his final week.

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Ohio Officers Replace Kids' Stolen Christmas Gifts

Posted: 12/27/2011 - TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) - Police officers in Ohio came to the rescue of a family after thieves broke into their home and took everything from under their tree either late Christmas Eve or early Christmas morning.

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W.V. DEP Gets More Staff, Search On To Fill Jobs

Posted: 12/27/2011 - CHARLESTON, W.V. (AP) - A new Marcellus shale regulatory law gives the Department of Environmental Protection money to hire more natural gas well inspectors and support staff. But filling the 14 new positions will take some time.

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A Son Comes Home for the Holidays

Updated: 12/25/2011 - One man is being reunited with his family after only a few days of being home from Iraq. It's a Christmas wish come true for one local soldier.

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Check Scam Hits Belpre

Updated: 12/24/2011 - Stealing from the elderly. An international scam comes to Belpre, netting thousands of dollars.

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Boil Water Advisory Lifted

Posted: 12/24/2011 - It's safe to drink. That's what officials are saying after a boil water advisory for parts of Little Hocking has been lifted.

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A Christmas Miracle in Nelsonville

Updated: 12/25/2011 - Sometimes the meaning of Christmas can get lost in the mad rush for gifts and the push from retailers to squeeze consumers for every last penny. But a lesson can be learned from one community who joined together to save a program that gives back much more than they receive.

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Last Minute Shoppers Line Up

Updated: 12/24/2011 - If you still have gifts to buy retailers are staying open to accommodate last minute shoppers.

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Campus Martius Archaeology Day

Posted: 12/23/2011 - Spend a day at the Campus Martius Museum learning about the exciting field of archaeology. You are invited to take part in our artifact identification clinic, lectures, and flint knapping demonstrations.

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Three Arrested On Drug Charges

Updated: 12/23/2011 - After a lengthy investigation Parkersburg Narcotics Task Force officers arrested three on drug charges Thursday.

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Family Reflects On Drunk Driver Encounter, Dash Cam

Updated: 12/23/2011 - We hear about it a lot but have you actually seen it happen right in front of you? One family says without the quick response and flashing lights of the trooper's car... they would not be here today.

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Manchin On New Environmental Protection Agency Regulations

Posted: 12/22/2011 - Washington, D.C. -- U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) released the following statement today about new regulations issued by the Environmental Protection Agency that – by the agency’s own estimates – will cost billions to implement, causing significant job losses at a time when West Virginians and Americans can least afford them. The EPA issued its final Utility MACT rule today.

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Governor Orders All State Flags Lowered

Posted: 12/22/2011 - Charleston, W.Va. -Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin today issued a proclamation ordering all State flags displayed at all State facilities be displayed at half-staff from dawn to dusk on Friday, December 23, 2011, the day of services for former Delegate Earl Brumfield Hager, of Logan, West Virginia.

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