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Two Arrested After Stealing Copper from Old Belmont County Restaurant Video included


Bellaire Police said two people are behind bars after they were caught stealing copper out of a closed restaurant Wednesday morning. More>>

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Hundreds of Coal Miners, West Virginia Governor in Pittsburgh for Rally Video included


Hundreds of West Virginia coal miners, coal supporters, Governor Earl Ray Tomblin and Attorney General Patrick Morrisey are heading to Pittsburgh on Wednesday. More>>

Attorney General Patrick Morrisey Files Lawsuit Against Obama Administration


New regulations have really landed the Obama Administration in hot water with many in the Mountain State-- including West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey. Morrisey says President Obama has repeatedly dared those who disagree with his policies to sue him. Morrisey has accepted that invitation. The Attorney General filed a lawsuit this week against the Obama Administration alleging they are picking and choosing which laws to enforce. More>>

Oil and Gas Forum Held in Martins Ferry, Focus on Well Pad Fires Video included


Ohio Congressional hopeful , Jennifer Garrison, hosted an oil and gas forum at Martins Ferry High School, Tuesday night. More>>

Ohio County Schools Appoint First-Ever Vice President Video included


For the first time in school board history, Ohio County has selected a vice president to serve on the board. More>>

Mountain Lion Reportedly Spotted Near Wintersville


Officers with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources are asking to the public to be aware after what is believed to be a mountain lion was spotted in the Wintersville area.

Man Questioned Over Attempted Alleged Abduction Attempt on Wheeling Island Video included


An Ohio Valley resident chased down a man many claim was attempting to lure a child into an abandoned house on Tuesday night. More>>

Emergency Personnel Attend Concussion Management Training


The issues surrounding concussions in contact sports is making national headlines and Wednesday night in Steubenville - officials with the Trinity Sports Medicine and Performance Center hosted a training session. More>>

Wheeling Native Competing in National 'Miss Outstanding Teen' Pageant This Week Video included


On Wednesday night, Miss America's Outstanding Teen competition kicks off in Orlando and the Mountain State will be represented by Wheeling's June Braunlich. June won the Miss Outstanding Teen West Virginia title at the end of June at Fairmont State University. She will be going into her senior year at Wheeling Park High School this August. The competition runs for the next four days before Miss Outstanding Teen is crowned on Saturday More>>

Police: Naked Intruder Fell Asleep in Couple's Bed


ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - A New Mexico man faces charges after authorities say a couple found him naked and sleeping in their bed. Investigators say 30-year-old Freddy Shelby of Albuquerque was arrested Sunday after the homeowners called police to report their unwanted mystery guest. More>>

Life Sentence for Ohioan Who Killed Mom, Kept Body


AKRON, Ohio (AP) - An Ohio man who stabbed his mother and then lived with her decomposing corpse for about six months has been sentenced to life in prison. A judge in Akron who sentenced 33-year-old Michael Petrie on Wednesday says he will not be eligible for parole. Prosecutors say the Barberton man left his mother exactly where he killed her and left two murder weapons - a kitchen knife and a martial arts weapon - near her body. Authorities say 67-year-old Maureen Petrie was killed last Oc... More>>

Police: Woman Had Naked Man on Leash on Route 40


Indecent exposure charges may be filed against one man after authorities say he was being led nude on a dog leash by a woman along Route 40. More>>

Marshall County Family Resource Network to Hold School Supply Drive Video included


A non-profit group in Marshall County is working to make sure all students have the back to school supplies they need before working into the classroom this fall. During the month of August, the Family Resource Network is focusing on healthy classroom essentials for students to prepare for the upcoming school year. More>>

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