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Ohio Slashes 3-Year Transit Plan By $70 Million

Posted: 02/09/2011 - The new state administration is slashing a three-year, $150 million commitment to Ohio transit agencies made last year by former Democratic Gov. Ted Strickland.

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Manchin Seeks Full Treatment For Veterans

Posted: 02/09/2011 - U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin is among a bipartisan group of Congressmen pushing to ensure that service members with traumatic brain injuries receive the best possible treatment when they return home.

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PHS "Big Reds" Band Invited To Perform in NYC

Updated: 02/09/2011 - PHS "Big Reds"marching band have been invited to play with only 21 other bands to honor victims of 9/11 at the New York City Veteran's Day parade.

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Lieutenant's Death Remains Mystery 30 Years Later

Updated: 02/08/2011 - Three decades ago Lieutenant Ray Clark with the Washington County Sheriff's office was shot and killed while off-duty in his home. Today, his killer still has not been brought to justice.

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Football Fans Are Ready For The Big Game

Updated: 02/07/2011 - Whether you root for black and gold or cheer for green and gold, one thing is for sure, local fans anxiously await the day their team heads to the Super Bowl.

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Stores Sell Big for Game

Updated: 02/06/2011 - Area grocers are seeing a boost in business before the big game.

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Students Compete in Mock Trials

Posted: 02/04/2011 - Washington County High School students took over courtrooms today in a mock trial competition.

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Remembering Kim

Posted: 02/04/2011 - On February 3, 2009, Kimberly Jones of Parkersburg, went missing. Each year her loved ones hold a vigil hoping that one day they'll see Kim again.

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Tomblin Signs Parole Fix Into Law

Posted: 02/03/2011 - West Virginia inmates sentenced to life with mercy must again wait three years between parole hearings.

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Ohio Killer Facing New Execution Drug Wants Mercy

Posted: 02/03/2011 - Attorneys have asked the Ohio parole board for mercy for a death row inmate who could become the first in the U.S. to die from a single dose of a barbiturate newly adopted for use in executions.

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Ohio U's Oldest Fraternity To Close Over Alcohol

Posted: 02/03/2011 - The oldest fraternity at Ohio University will shut down next week because of what its national organization describes as alcohol violations over a continued period of time.

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