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UPDATE: Tentative Agreement Made at Buckeye Local Days Before Employees Were Set To Go on Strike Video included


Almost one week from the start of school, a tentative agreement has been made at the bargaining table in the Buckeye Local school district.

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Torrential Rains Cause Flooding Across the Ohio Valley Video included

National Road in Wheeling was shut down due to flooding Wednesday morning. National Road in Wheeling was shut down due to flooding Wednesday morning.

Torrential rain that began early Wednesday morning led to flooding across the Ohio Valley. More>>

Victim in Jefferson County Motorcycle Crash Dies at Hospital


A man who was injured in a motorcycle crash in the village of Richmond in Jefferson County earlier this month, died from his injuries on Tuesday. More>>

Steubenville Councilman Makes Statement Regarding Richmond Returning to Football Team Video included


A statement has been made by a city official in a community plagued with national and international media attention stemming from an infamous rape case. More>>

Two Charged in Wetzel County Murders Due in Court Wednesday


The two people charged with the murders of three people in Wetzel County are expected to be back in court on Thursday. More>>

Jefferson County Resident Says Sewer Project Ruined Her Front Yard Video included


She's been a resident of Jefferson County for over 43 years, but a says recent sewage construction project ruined her yard and made it dangerous for her to mow.Now she's asking local authorities if they can restore it to its previous condition. More>>

Man Pleads Guilty After Theft Incident at Assisted-Living Apartments in Wheeling


A Wheeling man will spend at least one year behind bars after pleading guilty to charges in relation to a theft at the Booker T. Washington Apartments. Randolph Smith pleaded guilty in court on Tuesday to charges of entering without breaking and agreed to 1-10 years in prison. He was arrested along with Lauren Jenkins in April for allegedly stealing from the assisted living apartment complex in downtown Wheeling. Both were originally charged with conspiracy to commit robbery.The incident came... More>>

"Twisted Sisters" Exercise Group in Shadyside Serves as Inspiration Video included


The "Twisted Sisters" is an exercise group that meets every night, rain or shine, except on Sunday. They are made up of all ages and athletic abilities. The group was co-founded by Shadyside-native, Melissa Karkowski, who appeared on ABC's "Extreme Weight Loss" earlier this year. As a part of a pay it forward initiative, Melissa and her friend Deanna Merryman started with just a few women in mid-July, but in just one month, the group has grown to over 60 women.Every night they do different ac... More>>

UPDATE: Resolution to Build Power Plant in Marshall County Passes in 2-1 Vote Video included


On Tuesday morning, the Marshall County Commission passed a resolution to begin construction on a proposed power plant by a 2-1 vote, with Commissioner Bob Miller opposed. More>>

VIP Packages Still Available as Commander of Air Force One During 9/11 Attacks Set to Speak in Steubenville Video included


The man who commanded Air Force One during the September 11 terrorist attacks will speak to a Steubenville audience on the anniversary of the attacks, Sept. 11, 2014.Retired Air Force Col. Mark Tillman, the nation's 12th presidential pilot, is the net guest speaker in the Herald-Star, Jefferson County Chamber of Commerce Speaker Series to be held on Sept. 11 at 7:30 p.m. in the Steubenville High School Auditorium. The event is in part a remembrance of the losses of Sept. 11 and a salute to ar... More>>

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