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One Million Ohioans Without A Family Physician

Updated: 11/02/2011 - Nearly one million Ohio residents have reported they do not have a family physician that they regularly see for illness. The 2010 Ohio Family Health Survey suggests that there were two major reasons so many go without this family doctor.

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Season Starts For Ohio Program Offering Heat Help

Posted: 11/01/2011 - COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Though it's only the start of November, an annual program has restarted to help poor and elderly Ohioans with their winter heating bills.

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W.V. Math, Reading Scores Below National Averages

Posted: 11/01/2011 - MORGANTOWN, W.V. (AP) - West Virginia's fourth- and eighth-graders are doing slightly better than they were two years ago in both reading and math, but their scores remain below the national averages.

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"Toys For Tots" Time Again

Updated: 11/01/2011 - The annual "Toys For Tots" collection drive kicks off for 2011 this weekend, with several donation events planned.

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Abortion Foes To Air Ad On Ohio's 'Heartbeat Bill'

Posted: 11/01/2011 - COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Supporters of an Ohio bill that would ban abortions after the first detectable fetal heartbeat will begin airing an ad in Dayton on Tuesday, urging voters to ask their state Senators to pass the bill.

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W.V. Schools Recognized For Nutrition Efforts

Posted: 10/31/2011 - CHARLESTON, W.V. (AP) - The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is using West Virginia schools as an example for good child nutrition standards and outreach efforts.

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W.V. Man's Brutality Suit Moved To Federal Court

Posted: 10/31/2011 - CHARLESTON, W.V. (AP) - Lawyers for a 22-year-old Mingo County man who says three West Virginia state troopers and several local officers repeatedly assaulted him have filed a lawsuit in federal court.

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Parkersburg Fire Department Responds To Vacant Home Fire

Updated: 10/31/2011 - The Parkersburg Fire Department was called out at 7:23 Sunday evening to a structure fire on 6th Avenue and Division Street. Fire investigators say evidence suggests an accelerant was used in the house fire.

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Manicures for the Cure

Updated: 10/31/2011 - Two local businesses teamed up to raise money for Breast Cancer Awareness before the end of the month-long cause.

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Special Olympics Fall Games

Updated: 10/31/2011 - Special Olympians from around the state came to Parkersburg to compete in the fall games.

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Local Food Pantry Holds Benefit

Updated: 10/30/2011 - The Friends & Neighbors Community Choice Food Center, Inc. held a benefit to bolster supplies before the holiday season and raise funds for a new pantry.

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Raze Kick-Off Event Calls On Local Teens

Updated: 10/30/2011 - Roughly 200 teens came together Saturday to take part in the regional Raze Kick-Off event at West Virginia University Parkersburg.

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