Fresh on the minds of holiday travelers around the country is Thursday night's bridge collapse in Washington state. Luckily, no one was hurt in that collapse. But how safe are the bridges here at home?
Updated: 6:22 PM
He says he'll trim your trees. Instead, he trims your wallet.
Updated: 6:24 PM
Hunters killed nearly 11,000 bearded turkeys in West Virginia during the recent four-week spring season.
Posted: 5:00 PM
Ohio schools that reportedly had errors in certain enrollment data have gotten state approval of plans to fix the issues.
Posted: 4:58 PM
Ohio's Republican U.S. senator is demanding to know if any disciplinary action has been taken against IRS employees at the agency's Cincinnati office for targeting conservative groups.
Posted: 4:57 PM
Some parents and a civil rights group oppose policies to insert creationism and other religious issues into a western Ohio school district's classrooms.
Posted: 4:55 PM
Inmates at West Virginia's minimum- and medium-security prisons will soon sow seeds and tend plants as part of an initiative to grow produce for the state's largest food bank.
Posted: 4:50 PM
Man dies following crash on State Route 339
Updated: 12:58 PM
It's been nearly two months since Frank Stephens was found dead in a Marietta home. On Thursday, Marietta Police charged Ira David Blair Junior with his murder.
Updated: 11:44 AM
20 people graduated from the Citizens Police Academy in Parkersburg Thursday evening.
Updated: 12:59 PM
The Armory is in a tight situation with funds but has made some progress.
Updated: 10:27 AM
Pleasants County Middle School hosted "Stars" Steps of Hope Walk-a-Thon on Thursday to fundraise for one of their own young students suffering from a rare juvenile cancer.
Updated: 10:57 AM
Community members are donating their time to help the handicap.
Updated: 10:58 AM
The dream of a playground all children can use is coming closer to reality every day with a $10,000 donation from Peoples Bank.
Updated: 7:51 AM
There was more water than just rain today in Marietta.
Updated: 10:59 AM
934 acts of kindness...that's how many were reported, and how many chain links they made Thursday in a parade at Martin Elementary School.
Updated: 6:33 PM
Wood County Surveyor Scott Stewart has been accused of sexual abuse by his daughter, something Stewart has denied.
Updated: 6:38 PM
The News Center tower signal will be down today, Thursday, May 23. This will interupt the signal to over-the-air viewers and customers of some smaller cable systems.
Updated: 9:05 AM
Saturday marks the last day for people to donate items to Oklahoma tornado victims.
Updated: 6:55 PM
The West Virginia State High School Softball Tournament is in full swing and people are spending on food, drink and more.
Updated: 10:15 AM
Training law enforcement for the SWAT team.
Updated: 11:43 AM
The upcoming long weekend lets us take a look at what activities this area has to offer.
Updated: 11:45 AM
Former Stockport Mayor Michael Shane Shuster has been sentenced to 25 years to life on 3 counts of rape of a victim under the age of 13.
Updated: 4:46 AM
He's been leading them for years to help eliminate poverty housing by building homes and providing education.
Updated: 10:45 AM
Her love for Parkersburg High School runs deep and now she's giving back.
Updated: 7:09 AM
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