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Harmony House Receives $100,000 Donation From East Ohio Regional Hospital Video included

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Officials with East Ohio Regional Hospital paid the folks at Harmony House a visit on Wednesday to present them with a donation for $100,000 from the Gasaway fund.The fund was established to help aid children in our area, and Harmony House does just that. The organization is a child advocacy group that works to help children work through traumatic experiences.The money will bridge any gaps in funding the organization may face. More>>

John Marshall High School Holds Graduation

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287 students graduated from John Marshall High School Friday night. More>>

Wheeling Park Student to Take Part in National Poetry Contest

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One local high school student will soon be representing his school on a national stage. Wheeling Park High School senior Austin Gage will compete in the Poetry Out Loud; National Recitation Contest More>>

Man Wanted in Louisiana for Sexual Battery Arrested in Wheeling

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U.S. Marshals and The Mountain State Fugitive task force have arrested a man wanted in Louisiana. More>>

Wheeling Park High School Will Hold Annual "Queen of Queens Pageant"

The contestants are, seated in front from left: Abigail Reeves, Beverly Banks and Samantha Scarnechia. Standing from left are:  Lydia Holmstrand, Anna Penhos, Carly DiCola, Carly Greer. Caitlin Reasbeck and Devyn Nickerson are not pictured.  The contestants are, seated in front from left: Abigail Reeves, Beverly Banks and Samantha Scarnechia. Standing from left are: Lydia Holmstrand, Anna Penhos, Carly DiCola, Carly Greer. Caitlin Reasbeck and Devyn Nickerson are not pictured.
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On Wednesday night, Wheeling Park High School will hold its annual "Queen of Queens Pageant." The event will be held at the Phyllis A. Beneke Theatre at 7 p.m., with WTRF's Brenda Danehart and Scott Nolte More>>

New Electric Meters Being Installed in St. Clairsville

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A company contracted by the city of St. Clairsville will begin installing new electric meters in St. Clairsville this week.Beginning Tuesday, Vanguard will installing the meters across the city. Each Vanguard More>>

"Mats for the Homeless Project" In Full Swing in Wheeling

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A project benefiting the city of Wheeling, more specifically, the homeless, is under way. Mats and hats, made of grocery bags knotted into a yarn-like string called "plarn" are being created, and the More>>

Lunch With Books Postponed

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The Lunch With Books program at the Ohio County Library has been postponed until March 4. More>>

Old Toronto High School Demolition Delayed

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The old Toronto High School was scheduled to be demolished on Monday morning, but now that date has been pushed back to February. According to Superintendent Fred Burns, the company doing the demolition More>>

Wheeling Middle School Students Take Part in "Walk for Unity"

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In honor of October being bullying prevention awareness month, students at Wheeling Middle School went on walk of unity to spread the message to stop bullying on Tuesday. Students from Peace Club partnered More>>

Steubenville Police Arrest Men Reportedly Caught Running From Home With Computer

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Authorities reportedly found three men running from a home carrying a computer early Thursday morning in Steubenville. Police received a call about a possible burglary in the 1500 block of Pershing Avenue, More>>

Belmont County Prosecutor Appointed as Judge

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A Belmont County prosecutor will join the ranks of judges next month after his appointment Wednesday by Gov. John Kasich to fill a judicial vacancy. Kasich appointed Belmont County Prosecutor Christopher More>>

Grisell Funeral Home Opens New Location

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The Grisell Funeral Home has been serving the Ohio Valley since 1847, and now they have a new facility to boast about. More>>

Wheeling Island Racetrack "Goes Pink"

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Now, Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack is showing their support. On Sunday, they handed out "winners Wear Pink" t-shirts to anyone with a Player's Club card that earned at least 10 points. More>>

Oglebayfest and Ohio County Fair Begin

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One of the Ohio Valley's most popular events, Oglebayfest continues through Sunday. The Oglebayfest parade and the fireworks will take place on Saturday. More>>

Wheeling Firefighters to Visit Local Businesses During Fire Prevention Week

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It lasts through Saturday, and representatives from Wheeling Fire Department have announced they'll be visiting local businesses and hosting a series of open houses dedicated to keeping you safe. More>>

Anti-Bullying Campaign Begins at Ohio Valley Mall

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On Saturday, there's an anti-bullying walk, starting at 11 a.m., for kids and parents. More>>

UPDATE: City Council Clears Way for Wheeling Jesuit Apartment Building Despite Protests

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Only three of seven council members voted against the move that will allow for the construction of a three-story apartment building, something that residents have voiced plenty of opposition to over the past several months. More>>

Homecoming Contest Winner Has a Big Night Out

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Haley Craig got a manicure and pedicure, and her hair and make-up done, as well as a beautiful dress and a gift card from Ye Old Alpha. The dress and shoes were specially made for her and finished just in time for the dance on Saturday night. More>>

Pet of the Week, September 18, 2013

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This week's Pet of the Week is Scooter from the Belmont County Animal Shelter. Scooter is a 3-month-old Basset mix who arrived at the shelter as a stray. He has three hobbies: eating, sleeping and playing, More>>

Arrests made at oil, gas campground in beating death of Wheeling Jesuit University student

Wheeling Police say Craig Tyler Peacock, 22 of Clewiston, Fla., and Jarrett Mathis Chandler, 24, of Winnfield, La., were both charged with murder and arraigned by Magistrate Harry Radcliffe early Tuesday morning. More>>

National Lime and Stone Expands

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A company that held its grand opening last summer has now dramatically expanded.National Lime and Stone had an impressive grand opening one year ago, and the company has made great strides since then. More>>

WTRF Sports Zone High School Football Previews Scheduled

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WTRF has announced the following schedule for the upcoming high school football preview specials. The previews will run during the time of the newscast listed below:Monday, August 12 - Oak Glen: 5 a.m. More>>

Big Crowd Turns Out for Mumley Race in St. Clairsville

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Residents from around the valley gathered to race and support their high school students this weekend at the 15th annual Sam Mumley run in St. Clairsville.
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Area Youths 'Above the Influence'

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After a month of hard work, a group of Ohio Valley kids have an important message to share. They've been working with adults to put on a street youth forum on Wednesday. Aimed at prevention, the forum More>>

Pet of the Week, July 17, 2013

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This week's pets of the week come to us from the Marshall County Animal Shelter. Daisy, the older of the two dogs, is a Springer-Spaniel mix and is housetrained. The second dog, which has not been named More>>

Heat Wave Putting Stress on Air Conditioners

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With a forecast calling for 90 degree days all week, many people are cranking the air to keep their homes comfortable, which can be costly.There are some things you can do to make sure your air conditioning More>>

Pet of the Week, June 19, 2013

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This week's Pet of the Week is Sammi from the Belmont County Animal Shelter. Sammi is a Jack Russell-Beagle mix.She is good with people, other dogs and kids. She is even good with cats. For more information, More>>

First Waterfront Wednesday Held

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Last night marked the first Waterfront Wednesday of 2013. The Wheeling Park steel drum and jazz band were there to kick things off,  performing for those in attendance. There were also snow cone vendors More>>

Pet of the Week, June 5, 2013

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This week's Pets of the Week are Max and Tank from the Marshall County Animal Shelter. Max is a four-month-old Terrier who came to the shelter as a stray. He is expected to reach a weight of about 35-40 More>>

St. Clairsville Upgrading Scoreboard

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St. Clairsville High School will be adding a state-of-the-art video message board and scoreboard to Red Devil Stadium. In a press release issued Thursday, the school said it intends to have the board ready More>>

Belmont County ODOT Workers Win 'Roadeo' Competition

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Two Belmont County Ohio Department of Transportation workers took home awards Wednesday after winning District 11's annual Truck and Loader ‘Roadeo' competition. More>>

Wheeling Plans to Celebrate 150th Birthday

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Wheeling's 150th birthday celebration will be a huge event.City and state officials announced the line-up Thursday at Independence Hall, the place where West Virginia became a state.Officials say events More>>

Nearly 200 Exhibitors at Oil and Gas Expo

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Nearly 200 exhibitors are gathered at the James E. Carnes Center on Wednesday, just outside of St. Clairsville, taking part in the Ohio Valley Oil and Gas Expo. The expo is an opportunity for businesses More>>

Wheeling Woman Charged With Disorderly Conduct

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A Wheeling woman has been arrested on multiple charges including disorderly conduct and battery on an officer.According to police, 49-year-old Yvonne Yzette Giroux was found on 15th Street Place and charged More>>

Pet of the Week, March 6, 2013

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This week's Pet of the Week is Bo from the Ohio County Animal Shelter. Bo is a one-year-old retriever mix who is very playful and good with people and other dogs.For more information, call the shelter More>>

Trash Pick-Up To Be Delayed Due to Approaching Snow

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Republic Services of Wheeling is delaying trash pick-up for its Wheeling customers due to the approaching winter storm.All scheduled Wednesday collections will now be picked up on Thursday. More>>

Text of State of the City Address, Feb. 26, 2012

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State of the City City of Wheeling, West Virginia Mayor Andy McKenzie February 26, 2013               Welcome and good afternoon.  It's my honor to serve as your Mayor, and my special privilege today More>>

Boil Order Issued in Bethesda

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A 48-hour boil order has been issued in Bethesda as of 3:30 p.m. Monday.The order affects the entire southeast portion of the village. More>>

Town Hall Meeting Set in Martins Ferry

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A town hall meeting is scheduled in Martins Ferry tonight. The meeting will be held at the Veterans Memorial Center in Martins Ferry and starts at 6 p.m. It was to be held on January 30, but had to be More>>

Grammy CD Giveaway: Official Rules

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Grammy CD Giveaway: Official Rules Multiple entries are not allowed Must be age 18 or older to register Three winners will be selected. Contest period is Monday, February 4, 2013 at noon, to Friday, More>>

Boil Order Issued in Martins Ferry

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A 48-hour boil order has been issued in Martins Ferry for residents of the Crawford Heights area due to a water line break.The order went into effect at 3 p.m. this afternoon. More>>

Catholic Schools Week Begins

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National Catholic Schools week has officially begun. This year's theme is "Catholic Schools Raise the Standards."Schools typically celebrate the week with masses, open houses and activities for students, More>>

Amsterdam Volunteer Fire Department Awarded Funds

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U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown announced today that the Amsterdam Volunteer Fire Department County in Jefferson County has been awarded $66,168 for operations. The funds were made available by the U.S. Department More>>

Wheeling to Discuss 20-Year Rail Plan

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Residents of Wheeling will have an opportunity to voice their opinions of the state's 20-year rail plan tonight.The West Virginia Rail Authority will hold a public meeting on the plan from 5:30 p.m. until More>>

Belmont Community Hospital Expands Behavioral Medicine Center

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The Behavioral Medicine Center at Belmont Community Hospital is expanding.The center is Belmont County's only inpatient psychiatric facility and is increasing the number of beds from 10 to 16 to provide More>>

Liberty Tax Service Opens in Moundsville

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Tax day is not that far away, and today, Liberty Tax service will hold a grand opening and ribbon cutting at their office in Moundsville. Located at 343 Jefferson Avenue the ceremony will begin at 1:30 More>>

Students Schooled on Drug Addiction

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Middle and High School students in St. Clairsville gathered this morning for a presentation on drug addiction. More>>

Beallsville High School Comes Through for Cancer Patients

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For the seventh straight year, one local school is continuing to lend a helping hand to those in need.At Beallsville High School, students of all ages showed their support to local cancer patients.A check More>>

Kessler, Thompson, Keep Posts in W.Va. Legislature

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The West Virginia Legislature is sticking with its top leaders in the House and Senate for the next two years. More>>

Porterfield's Pet of the Week, Dec. 19, 2012

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Porterfield's Pet of the Week this week is Duke from the Ohio County Animal Shelter. Duke is a playful two-year-old pitbull. To adopt Duke, call the shelter at 304-547-1013. More>>

WTRF Holiday Bake Sale Friday

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WTRF is proud to announce our Holiday Bake sale to benefit Big Brothers, Big Sisters of the Upper Ohio Valley.Pick up your holiday baked goods here at our station at 96 16th Street on Friday, December More>>

Shadyside Celebrates100 Years

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The Shadyside Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring a 100-year celebration this evening at 6:30 p.m. The community band and choir will be performing. The Shadyside Tigers football team will be honored also More>>

WTRF's Interview With WLU Football Player Released from Jail

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WTRF.COM Exclusive Interview West Liberty University Football Player Vernon Dunnom walked out of the Northern Regional Jail Monday night a free man. As soon as he was released, Dunnom came with his attorney More>>

Exclusive Interview with WLU Football Player Released from Jail

Vernon Dunnom walked out of the Northern Regional Jail and came to the WTRF studio in Wheeling to talk with 7 News and WTRF.com.
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Wheeling Jesuit Student Dies From Injuries After Attack

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Wheeling Police were notified on Sunday morning that Kevin Figaniak, a Wheeling Jesuit student who suffered severe head trauma after a Saturday morning assault, passed away from his injuries at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center at approximately 3:05 a.m. Sunday. More>>

Pet of the Week, Wednesday, February 13, 2013

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This week's Pet of the Week is Allison from the Belmont County Animal Shelter. Allison is a 4-5 year old Pomeranian/Sheltie mix who has been at the shelter for 4-5 months.She is good with other dogs. For More>>

Pets of the Week, Wednesday, February 6, 2013

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This week's Pet of the Week is "Lucky" from the Ohio County Animal Shelter. Lucky is a two-year-old Beagle who was brought to the shelter after his original owner became too ill to care for him.Lucky is More>>

Funds Set for County Road 10 in Harrison County

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Harrison County Commissioners are discussing a new project involving County Road 10.Officials say the county has received a grant from the State Appalachian Development Program and funding from ODOT to More>>

WTRF Pet of the Week, Jan. 23, 2013

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This week's WTRF Pet of the Week is Ruby, from the Ohio County Animal Shelter.Ruby is a two-year old female pitbull who is good with people and other dogs. She is a laid-back dog, but also enjoys a good More>>

Water Getting Turned Off in Powhatan

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The Village of Powhatan Point has issued a 48-hour boil order effective as of 3. p.m. Thursday, Jan. 17. Water will be turned off at 1 p.m. on Thursday to repair a broken water line. Water will be off More>>

Boil Order Issued in Ohio County

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A 48-hour boil order was issued on Thursday, Oct. 17 in Ohio County for Cherry Hill Road, Clearview Road and Stone Shannon Road after a 12-inch line ruptured. More>>

Boil Order Issued in Bethesda

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A 72-hour boil order has been issued in Bethesda on Main Street north of Maple Avenue.The order went into effect as of 1 p.m. Thursday. More>>

Porterfield's Pet of the Week, Dec. 26, 2012

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Porterfield's Pets of the Week for Dec. 26 are Daisy and Jack from the Marshall County Animal Shelter.Daisy is an 8-week-old Collie mix and has five siblings. Jack is a Jack Russell Terrier and is one More>>

Porterfield's Pet of the Week, Jan. 16, 2013

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This week's Porterfield's Pet of the Week is Sheeba from the Brooke County Animal Shelter. Sheeba is an unknown breed and has been at the shelter for a little more than a year.She is good with cats, kids More>>

WTRF Grammy Sweepstakes Rules

WTRF Grammy Sweepstakes Official Rules Multiple entries are not allowed Must be age 18 or older to register Four winners will be selected. Contest period is Monday, January 7, at noon, to Sunday, January More>>

WVU Vs. Eastern Kentucky Ticket Contest: Official Rules

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WVU Vs. Eastern Kentucky Ticket Contest: Official Rules Multiple entries are not allowed Must be age 18 or older to register One winner will be selected. Contest period is Wednesday, December 26, at More>>

WVU vs. Radford Sweepstakes rules

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WVU vs. Radford Ticket Contest Official Rules Multiple entries are not allowed Must be age 18 or older to register One winner will be selected. Contest period is Tuesday, December 18, to Thursday, December More>>

WVU vs. Oakland Sweepstakes rules

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WVU vs. Oakland Sweepstakes rulesMultiple entries are prohibitedMust be age 18 or older to registerOne winner will be selected.Contest period is 9 a.m., Thursday, December 13, through noon, Monday, More>>

Press Release: Wellsburg Murder, April 18

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BROOKE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE   PRESS RELEASE         FROM: Sheriff Chuck Jackson                Sheriff of Brooke County          RE: Arrest in Jason Pratz Murder    DATE OF RELEASE: April 18, 2013 More>>

  • THROWBACK THURSDAY: A Look Back at WTRF's Roots

    THROWBACK THURSDAY: A Look Back at WTRF's Roots

    Saturday, August 23 2014 12:14 PM EDT2014-08-23 16:14:55 GMT
    This installment of "Throwback Thursday," hits close to home - it's about the history of WTRF-TV.It was a pioneer of its time, being the first television station in Wheeling, then later the first to broadcast fully in color.In the beginning, There were two newspapers--the Martins Ferry Times and the Bellaire Leader. The Dix Brothers, the owners, merged their media, creating the Times-Leader, and then about 1947, they decided they'd better get into the broadcast business. WTRF Radio was born.A...
    This installment of "Throwback Thursday," hits close to home - it's about the history of WTRF-TV.It was a pioneer of its time, being the first television station in Wheeling, then later the first to broadcast fully in color.In the beginning, There were two newspapers--the Martins Ferry Times and the Bellaire Leader. The Dix Brothers, the owners, merged their media, creating the Times-Leader, and then about 1947, they decided they'd better get into the broadcast business. WTRF Radio was born.A...
  • Program That Tracks Purchases of Pseudoephedrine at Drugstores Making Dent in West Virginia Meth Trade

    Program That Tracks Purchases of Pseudoephedrine at Drugstores Making Dent in West Virginia Meth Trade

    Wednesday, August 20 2014 9:18 AM EDT2014-08-20 13:18:20 GMT
    A program that keeps track of who is buying pseudoephedrine at drugstores is apparently making a dent in the meth lab business.
    A program that keeps track of who is buying pseudoephedrine at drugstores is apparently making a dent in the meth lab business.
  • Dog Show in St. Clairsville This Weekend

    Dog Show in St. Clairsville This Weekend

    Friday, August 15 2014 9:28 PM EDT2014-08-16 01:28:40 GMT
    From Dachshund to Great Danes, from Bulldogs to Irish Setters, if you're a dog lover the James E. Carnes Center just outside St Clairsville is the place to be this weekend. Over 100 different breeds will compete in this year's St. Clairsville Kennel Club Dog Show.
    From Dachshund to Great Danes, from Bulldogs to Irish Setters, if you're a dog lover the James E. Carnes Center just outside St Clairsville is the place to be this weekend. Over 100 different breeds will compete in this year's St. Clairsville Kennel Club Dog Show.
  • Criminals Setting Up Shop in Abandoned Ohio Valley Homes

    Criminals Setting Up Shop in Abandoned Ohio Valley Homes

    Thursday, July 17 2014 5:05 AM EDT2014-07-17 09:05:41 GMT
    An abandoned house, inside a cemetery, was discovered this week to house a meth lab, and now Belmont County residents are being urged to keep a close eye on empty houses, for a number of reasons.
    An abandoned house, inside a cemetery, was discovered this week to house a meth lab, and now Belmont County residents are being urged to keep a close eye on empty houses, for a number of reasons.
  • SPECIAL REPORT: Community Gardens Growing in Popularity

    SPECIAL REPORT: Community Gardens Growing in Popularity

    Thursday, July 10 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-07-10 20:00:53 GMT
    Seven years ago, the concept of a community garden was unknown to Wheeling. Now, the area boasts more than a dozen.Community gardens are becoming more and more popular, and experts say they're good for your wallet, your health, even your happiness. They started in east Wheeling and soon spread to Wheeling Island, south Wheeling, north Wheeling and Moundsville. A local fire station, day care, two elementary schools and two colleges also have them.Gardeners range from a chef to a pharmacist to ...
    Seven years ago, the concept of a community garden was unknown to Wheeling. Now, the area boasts more than a dozen.Community gardens are becoming more and more popular, and experts say they're good for your wallet, your health, even your happiness. They started in east Wheeling and soon spread to Wheeling Island, south Wheeling, north Wheeling and Moundsville. A local fire station, day care, two elementary schools and two colleges also have them.Gardeners range from a chef to a pharmacist to ...
  • Ohio Valley Celebrates Independence Day with Many Activities

    Ohio Valley Celebrates Independence Day with Many Activities

    Sunday, July 6 2014 4:01 PM EDT2014-07-06 20:01:33 GMT
    The Ohio Valley was filled with Fourth of July festivities Friday night.
    The Ohio Valley was filled with Fourth of July festivities Friday night.
  • Complete List of Ohio Valley Fireworks Shows

    Complete List of Ohio Valley Fireworks Shows

    Sunday, July 6 2014 4:01 PM EDT2014-07-06 20:01:28 GMT
    The following fireworks shows have been scheduled for the Ohio Valley.
    The following fireworks shows have been scheduled for the Ohio Valley.
  • Troopers Out in Full Force Locally as Fourth of July Nears

    Troopers Out in Full Force Locally as Fourth of July Nears

    Thursday, July 3 2014 12:15 PM EDT2014-07-03 16:15:07 GMT
    The Fourth of July has become one of the busiest travel holidays of the summer, and law enforcement agencies are on high alert.More than one million drivers are expected to hit the roadways this weekend in the State of Ohio alone, but so are patrols, and they'll be out in full force cracking down on drunk drivers. Last year, the Ohio State Highway Patrol made nearly 300 OVI arrests in a 24- hour period. Troopers are also asking divers to call #677 to report impaired drivers.The Pennsylvania S...
    The Fourth of July has become one of the busiest travel holidays of the summer, and law enforcement agencies are on high alert.More than one million drivers are expected to hit the roadways this weekend in the State of Ohio alone, but so are patrols, and they'll be out in full force cracking down on drunk drivers. Last year, the Ohio State Highway Patrol made nearly 300 OVI arrests in a 24- hour period. Troopers are also asking divers to call #677 to report impaired drivers.The Pennsylvania S...
  • Local Actor Being Sought for Role in West Virginia Film

    Local Actor Being Sought for Role in West Virginia Film

    Tuesday, June 24 2014 4:09 AM EDT2014-06-24 08:09:52 GMT
    The West Virginia Film Office is looking for an area resident to appear in a movie currently being filmed in West Virginia. "Arms and the Man," is a feature film about a group of criminals who take over a farm and attempt to secede from the United States. The production company for the film is immediately casting for a biker or backwoodsman-type character (bearded) for a key role in the film. The actor must be available now through the end of the first week of July. It is a paid position.Thos...
    The West Virginia Film Office is looking for an area resident to appear in a movie currently being filmed in West Virginia. "Arms and the Man," is a feature film about a group of criminals who take over a farm and attempt to secede from the United States. The production company for the film is immediately casting for a biker or backwoodsman-type character (bearded) for a key role in the film. The actor must be available now through the end of the first week of July. It is a paid position.Thos...
  • West Virginia Enters the Union 151 Years Ago

    West Virginia Enters the Union 151 Years Ago

    Saturday, June 21 2014 3:39 PM EDT2014-06-21 19:39:41 GMT
    June 20th marks the 151st birthday of the State of West Virginia.
    June 20th marks the 151st birthday of the State of West Virginia.
  • Four Ohio Valley Residents Admit to Trafficking Painkillers

    Four Ohio Valley Residents Admit to Trafficking Painkillers

    Saturday, June 21 2014 8:22 AM EDT2014-06-21 12:22:35 GMT
    Four more individuals involved in a prescription painkiller trafficking ring plead guilty in Federal court.
    Four more individuals involved in a prescription painkiller trafficking ring plead guilty in Federal court.
  • Wingfest, Riverfront Movie Night, Wheeling Night at Wild Things Game All Part of Big Weekend in Area

    Wingfest, Riverfront Movie Night, Wheeling Night at Wild Things Game All Part of Big Weekend in Area

    Saturday, June 14 2014 8:19 AM EDT2014-06-14 12:19:12 GMT
    If you are looking for something to do in the area this weekend, you're in luck.Friday is free movie night at the Riverfront Heritage Port in downtown Wheeling, and tonight, the popular children's movie "Frozen" will play on the big screen. The movie will begin at 9 p.m., and all who attend will receive free popcorn. The next riverfront movie will take place on July 11.Friday night is also "Wheeling Night" at the Washington Wild Things Game. All pre-purchased tickets, using the website promot...
    If you are looking for something to do in the area this weekend, you're in luck.Friday is free movie night at the Riverfront Heritage Port in downtown Wheeling, and tonight, the popular children's movie "Frozen" will play on the big screen. The movie will begin at 9 p.m., and all who attend will receive free popcorn. The next riverfront movie will take place on July 11.Friday night is also "Wheeling Night" at the Washington Wild Things Game. All pre-purchased tickets, using the website promot...
  • Marshall County Boy With Prosthetics Shatters National Records at Endeavor Games

    Marshall County Boy With Prosthetics Shatters National Records at Endeavor Games

    Wednesday, June 11 2014 8:33 AM EDT2014-06-11 12:33:46 GMT
    Cooper Blair is a Marshall County 10-year old who is defying all odds.
    Cooper Blair is a Marshall County 10-year old who is defying all odds.
  • Secretary of State in Wheeling to Examine Gas Industry Job Market

    Secretary of State in Wheeling to Examine Gas Industry Job Market

    Monday, June 9 2014 11:58 AM EDT2014-06-09 15:58:07 GMT
    A statewide tour for West Virginia Secretary of Stat Natalie Tennant continued on Monday in Wheeling as she examined jobs created by the natural gas boom in the area. On Tuesday afternoon, Tennant was set to visit the Iron Workers Training center, where she planned to speak with the director of the facility.The trip marks her fourth stop in promoting her coal and energy jobs agenda. She said West Virginia can create good-paying jobs through a true "all-of-the-above" approach that includes adv...
    A statewide tour for West Virginia Secretary of Stat Natalie Tennant continued on Monday in Wheeling as she examined jobs created by the natural gas boom in the area. On Tuesday afternoon, Tennant was set to visit the Iron Workers Training center, where she planned to speak with the director of the facility.The trip marks her fourth stop in promoting her coal and energy jobs agenda. She said West Virginia can create good-paying jobs through a true "all-of-the-above" approach that includes adv...
  • Local Veterans' Stories Sought for Upcoming Book

    Local Veterans' Stories Sought for Upcoming Book

    Friday, June 6 2014 10:44 AM EDT2014-06-06 14:44:06 GMT
    The Ohio Valley has one of the largest populations of military veterans throughout the country, and now, one local museum wants to remember those veterans and tell their stories by making a book.It's called the Military Heroes Project, and Ruby Greathouse, Director of the Brooke County Museum and Cultural Center, wants to hear from veterans in Brooke, Hancock and Ohio Counties who have served or are currently serving in any branch of the military.Forms are available at the various libraries a...
    The Ohio Valley has one of the largest populations of military veterans throughout the country, and now, one local museum wants to remember those veterans and tell their stories by making a book.It's called the Military Heroes Project, and Ruby Greathouse, Director of the Brooke County Museum and Cultural Center, wants to hear from veterans in Brooke, Hancock and Ohio Counties who have served or are currently serving in any branch of the military.Forms are available at the various libraries a...
  • Resident's Take Advantage of Nice Weather to Shop at Farmer's Market

    Resident's Take Advantage of Nice Weather to Shop at Farmer's Market

    Sunday, June 1 2014 3:34 PM EDT2014-06-01 19:34:40 GMT
    A sure sign of summer springs into action this weekend in Wheeling as the Wheeling Farmer's Market opens for the first time.
    A sure sign of summer springs into action this weekend in Wheeling as the Wheeling Farmer's Market opens for the first time.
  • Vacation Scam Circulating Across the Ohio Valley

    Vacation Scam Circulating Across the Ohio Valley

    Tuesday, May 27 2014 2:42 PM EDT2014-05-27 18:42:00 GMT
    Ohio Valley residents are being warned about a scam circulating the area.West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said that residents are being called informing them they have won a free vacation to Disney World and other vacation destinations. However, to receive the vacation, you're asked to provide a bank account number or credit card number. If you have received one of these phone calls, or have been the victim of a vacation scam,call the consumer protection division at 1-800-368-8...
    Ohio Valley residents are being warned about a scam circulating the area.West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey said that residents are being called informing them they have won a free vacation to Disney World and other vacation destinations. However, to receive the vacation, you're asked to provide a bank account number or credit card number. If you have received one of these phone calls, or have been the victim of a vacation scam,call the consumer protection division at 1-800-368-8...
  • Wheeling Jesuit Holds Commencement Ceremony

    Wheeling Jesuit Holds Commencement Ceremony

    Sunday, May 18 2014 4:14 PM EDT2014-05-18 20:14:06 GMT
    Over 400 students received degrees at Wheeling Jesuit University's commencement ceremony Saturday.
    Over 400 students received degrees at Wheeling Jesuit University's commencement ceremony Saturday.
  • Local Boy Diagnosed With Cancer Becomes Deputy for the Day

    Local Boy Diagnosed With Cancer Becomes Deputy for the Day

    Monday, May 12 2014 4:05 PM EDT2014-05-12 20:05:47 GMT
    A crime wave swept through Hancock County Saturday afternoon, luckily, their newest sheriff's deputy was up to the task and cleaned up the streets fast, one small step at a time.  
    A crime wave swept through Hancock County Saturday afternoon, luckily, their newest sheriff's deputy was up to the task and cleaned up the streets fast, one small step at a time.  
  • 8th Annual Bicycle Tour To Take Place at the End of May

    Saturday, May 10 2014 4:14 PM EDT2014-05-10 20:14:01 GMT
    The Ohio Valley Trail Partners are holding their 8th Annual Bicycle Tour on Sunday, May 25th.
    The Ohio Valley Trail Partners are holding their 8th Annual Bicycle Tour on Sunday, May 25th.
  • First Confirmed Case of Rabies in Ohio County

    First Confirmed Case of Rabies in Ohio County

    Saturday, May 10 2014 4:02 PM EDT2014-05-10 20:02:13 GMT
    The health department has confirmed a case of rabies in Ohio County.
    The health department has confirmed a case of rabies in Ohio County.
  • Ohio County Sheriff Warns of Jury Duty Scam

    Ohio County Sheriff Warns of Jury Duty Scam

    Thursday, May 8 2014 1:55 PM EDT2014-05-08 17:55:37 GMT
    The Ohio County Sheriff issued a warning to Ohio Valley residents on Wednesday to be on the lookout for a telephone scam in which the caller claims the victim has missed jury duty and demands money to stop a bench warrant from being issued.Several residents have reported receiving calls in which the caller identifies himself as a bailiff for area courts. The caller then states that the resident has failed to show up for jury duty, and to prevent a bench warrant from being issued, the resident...
    The Ohio County Sheriff issued a warning to Ohio Valley residents on Wednesday to be on the lookout for a telephone scam in which the caller claims the victim has missed jury duty and demands money to stop a bench warrant from being issued.Several residents have reported receiving calls in which the caller identifies himself as a bailiff for area courts. The caller then states that the resident has failed to show up for jury duty, and to prevent a bench warrant from being issued, the resident...
  • Local Woman Getting New Kidney Thanks to Stranger on Craigslist

    Local Woman Getting New Kidney Thanks to Stranger on Craigslist

    Monday, May 5 2014 2:57 PM EDT2014-05-05 18:57:57 GMT
    A local woman is receiving a generous donation from a stranger through Craigslist.
    A local woman is receiving a generous donation from a stranger through Craigslist.
  • Belmont County Man Inducted Into Ohio Military Hall of Fame

    Belmont County Man Inducted Into Ohio Military Hall of Fame

    Monday, May 5 2014 12:26 PM EDT2014-05-05 16:26:32 GMT
    The Ohio Military Hall of Fame has inducted its 2014 class of veterans in a public ceremony in Columbus and a Belmont County man was among the honorees. Staff Sergeant William Campbell was awarded the Silver Star for his actions during the Vietnam War and it was accepted by his brother Gene. He along with 19 other veterans were presented with the Ohio Medal of Valor.The hall was founded in 2000 to honor Ohio military veterans who have received medals for valor on the battlefield. The inductee...
    The Ohio Military Hall of Fame has inducted its 2014 class of veterans in a public ceremony in Columbus and a Belmont County man was among the honorees. Staff Sergeant William Campbell was awarded the Silver Star for his actions during the Vietnam War and it was accepted by his brother Gene. He along with 19 other veterans were presented with the Ohio Medal of Valor.The hall was founded in 2000 to honor Ohio military veterans who have received medals for valor on the battlefield. The inductee...
  • Williams Energy Suspends Bluegrass Pipeline, Was Set to Run Through Six Local Counties

    Williams Energy Suspends Bluegrass Pipeline, Was Set to Run Through Six Local Counties

    Wednesday, April 30 2014 8:37 AM EDT2014-04-30 12:37:41 GMT
    Williams Energy has suspended investments in the Bluegrass Pipeline, which would have brought Marcellus and Utica natural gas liquids to the Gulf Coast for export, due to what the company called an insufficient level of customer commitments.
    Williams Energy has suspended investments in the Bluegrass Pipeline, which would have brought Marcellus and Utica natural gas liquids to the Gulf Coast for export, due to what the company called an insufficient level of customer commitments.
  • Belmont County Animal Rescue League Names New Shelter Director

    Belmont County Animal Rescue League Names New Shelter Director

    Tuesday, April 29 2014 8:25 AM EDT2014-04-29 12:25:53 GMT
    The Belmont County Animal Rescue League on Monday named Angela Hatfield as the new director of the Belmont County Animal Shelter.
    The Belmont County Animal Rescue League on Monday named Angela Hatfield as the new director of the Belmont County Animal Shelter.
  • More Than $200,000 Raised During WTRF Easter Seals Telethon

    More Than $200,000 Raised During WTRF Easter Seals Telethon

    Monday, April 28 2014 12:15 PM EDT2014-04-28 16:15:07 GMT
    WTRF wrapped up another Easter Seals Telethon on Sunday.
    WTRF wrapped up another Easter Seals Telethon on Sunday.
  • Pennsylvania Officials Warn of Bottled Water Contamination

    Pennsylvania Officials Warn of Bottled Water Contamination

    Sunday, April 27 2014 3:03 PM EDT2014-04-27 19:03:19 GMT
    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pennsylvania officials are warning consumers about bottled water they say is contaminated with total coliform and E. coli bacteria.
    PITTSBURGH (AP) - Pennsylvania officials are warning consumers about bottled water they say is contaminated with total coliform and E. coli bacteria.
  • The Wheeling Symphony Announces Details of Upcoming Season

    The Wheeling Symphony Announces Details of Upcoming Season

    Saturday, April 26 2014 12:11 PM EDT2014-04-26 16:11:56 GMT
    The Wheeling Symphony announced the details of the 2014-15 season Friday.
    The Wheeling Symphony announced the details of the 2014-15 season Friday.
  • Bethlehem Apostolic Temple Annual Easter Basket Giveaway Brings Out Hundreds

    Bethlehem Apostolic Temple Annual Easter Basket Giveaway Brings Out Hundreds

    Saturday, April 19 2014 3:54 PM EDT2014-04-19 19:54:48 GMT
    The Bethlehem Apostolic Temple is holding their annual Easter basket giveaway this weekend.Church officials said the baskets will hold enough food to help families get through the net few weeks, not just
    The Bethlehem Apostolic Temple is holding their annual Easter basket giveaway this weekend.
  • West Liberty University's Great Gala Approaches

    West Liberty University's Great Gala Approaches

    Friday, April 11 2014 10:25 AM EDT2014-04-11 14:25:43 GMT
    There are now only a few days left until West Liberty University's annual Great Gala on April 12, but there are still some tickets available.The fourth annual gala will help raise money for West Liberty's
    There are now only a few days left until West Liberty University's annual Great Gala on April 12, but there are still some tickets available.
  • Wheeling Doctor Hosting Diabetes Seminar in April

    Wheeling Doctor Hosting Diabetes Seminar in April

    Monday, March 31 2014 5:05 PM EDT2014-03-31 21:05:31 GMT
    A Wheeling doctor will host a free Diabetes seminar at the Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack on Thursday, April 3, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Dr. Emil Nardone, Founder and CEO of Northeast Integrated Functional
    A Wheeling doctor will host a free Diabetes seminar at the Wheeling Island Hotel-Casino-Racetrack on Thursday, April 3, from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.Dr. Emil Nardone, Founder and CEO of Northeast Integrated Functional
  • Police, Firefighters Face Off During "Guns and Hoses" Charity Hockey Game

    Police, Firefighters Face Off During "Guns and Hoses" Charity Hockey Game

    Monday, March 31 2014 8:40 AM EDT2014-03-31 12:40:26 GMT
    On Sunday, March 29, Wheeling Police and Fire are trading in their duty boots for hockey skates. The annual Guns and Hoses game will take place this Sunday at noon at Wesbcano Arena. The Valley's own police
    On Sunday, March 29, Wheeling Police and Fire traded in their duty boots for hockey skates.
  • Owners of Bellaire Bridge File Bankruptcy

    Owners of Bellaire Bridge File Bankruptcy

    Monday, March 31 2014 8:39 AM EDT2014-03-31 12:39:18 GMT
    The owners of the Bellaire Bridge, Lee and Krystal Chaklos, filed for chapter seven bankruptcy on March 21, 2014.Because of this, they must liquidate all of their assets. The couple said in court documents
    The owners of the Bellaire Bridge, Lee and Krystal Chaklos, filed for chapter seven bankruptcy on March 21, 2014.
  • Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center Holds 18th Annual Spaghetti Dinner

    Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center's Holds 18th Annual Spaghetti Dinner

    Sunday, March 30 2014 3:46 PM EDT2014-03-30 19:46:35 GMT
    Wheeling area residents have the chance to get a great meal while helping support a worthy cause Sunday. On March 30th, Catholic Charities Neighborhood Center will host its 18th Annual Spaghetti Dinner.

    Wheeling area residents had the chance to get a great meal while helping support a worthy cause.

  • Queen of Queens Crowned at Wheeling Park

    Queen of Queens Crowned at Wheeling Park

    Thursday, March 27 2014 9:59 AM EDT2014-03-27 13:59:02 GMT
    The new Queen of Queens at Wheeling Park High School has been crowned.Carly Greer was will represent the school in the OVAC Queen of Queens competition this summer. Wheeling Park has won the last two OVAC
    The new Queen of Queens at Wheeling Park High School has been crowned.Carly Greer was will represent the school in the OVAC Queen of Queens competition this summer. Wheeling Park has won the last two OVAC
  • Local Pub Comes to Aid of Wheeling Boy Battling Cancer

    Local Pub Comes to Aid of Wheeling Boy Battling Cancer

    Wednesday, March 19 2014 3:20 PM EDT2014-03-19 19:20:14 GMT
    To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, one local business not only held a celebration full of music and the Highland Games, but brought the community together to support a young local boy.Hundreds poured in for
    To celebrate St. Patrick's Day, one local business not only held a celebration full of music and the Highland Games, but brought the community together to support a young local boy.
  • Quaker Steak and Lube Hosting Event to Raise Funds for Wheeling Boy With Cancer

    Quaker Steak and Lube Hosting Event to Raise Funds for Wheeling Boy With Cancer

    Tuesday, March 18 2014 11:45 AM EDT2014-03-18 15:45:05 GMT
    The Wheeling Quaker Steak & Lube will host the "Hines Rotriga Benefit Fair" on Sunday, April 27 from 12-6 p.m. to raise funds for 2-year-old Hines Rotriga and his family. Hines, who was diagnosed with
    The Wheeling Quaker Steak & Lube will host the "Hines Rotriga Benefit Fair" on Sunday, April 27 from 12-6 p.m. to raise funds for 2-year-old Hines Rotriga and his family. Hines, who was diagnosed with
  • Hancock County Animal Shelter Wins $5,000 in National Competition

    Hancock County Animal Shelter Wins $5,000 in National Competition

    Monday, March 3 2014 11:52 AM EST2014-03-03 16:52:00 GMT
    A story that tugged at the heart strings of the judges of a national competition won the Hancock County Animal Shelter thousands of dollars to use for food and more. The Petco Foundation granted $500,000
    A story that tugged at the heart strings of the judges of a national competition won the Hancock County Animal Shelter thousands of dollars to use for food and more.
  • Hancock County Sheriff's Office Launches First-of-its-Kind Anonymous Tip Program

    Hancock County Sheriff's Office Launches First-of-its-Kind Anonymous Tip Program

    Monday, March 3 2014 11:52 AM EST2014-03-03 16:52:00 GMT
    It's called "Tip 411" and is an internet-based tool that lets the public to message an anonymous tip to the sheriff's office.It's called "Tip 411" and is an internet-based tool that lets the public to message an anonymous tip to the sheriff's office.
    The Hancock County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday announced their new tip program, the first of its kind in the entire state.It's called "Tip 411" and is an internet-based tool that lets the public to message
    The Hancock County Sheriff's Office on Wednesday announced their new anonymous tip program, the first of its kind in the entire state.
  • Family Who Lost Daughter in Brooke County House Explosion Thanks Public for Support

    Family Who Lost Daughter in Brooke County House Explosion Thanks Public for Support

    Monday, March 3 2014 11:42 AM EST2014-03-03 16:42:36 GMT
    It's been a little over two months since an explosion leveled the home of the Mozingo family and killed their 13-year-old daughter Hannah. On Tuesday night, the family held a reception to say "thank you"
    It's been a little over two months since an explosion leveled the home of the Mozingo family and killed their 13-year-old daughter Hannah.
  • Woodsdale Spelling Bee Lasts 12 Rounds

    Woodsdale Spelling Bee Lasts 12 Rounds

    Wednesday, February 12 2014 4:02 PM EST2014-02-12 21:02:04 GMT
    There was some fierce competition at the Woodsdale Spelling Bee on Wednesday afternoon, so much so, that it was 12 rounds before a champion was named.Finally, Zac Taylor emerged as the winner. Taylor has
    There was some fierce competition at the Woodsdale Spelling Bee on Wednesday afternoon, so much so, that it was 12 rounds before a champion was named.Finally, Zac Taylor emerged as the winner. Taylor has
  • Hancock County Deputy Among West Virginia State Police Academy Graduates

    Hancock County Deputy Among West Virginia State Police Academy Graduates

    Monday, December 16 2013 3:22 PM EST2013-12-16 20:22:08 GMT
    A Hancock County deputy was among the 45 graduates in the West Virginia State Police Academy 156th class. Dante Lamont Jeter, who was hired by the Hancock County Sheriff's Department in May, gave a speech
    A Hancock County deputy was among the 45 graduates in the West Virginia State Police Academy 156th class. Dante Lamont Jeter, who was hired by the Hancock County Sheriff's Department in May, gave a speech
  • Harrison County Man Sentenced on Sex Charges

    Harrison County Man Sentenced on Sex Charges

    Wednesday, December 11 2013 1:34 PM EST2013-12-11 18:34:45 GMT
    A Harrison County man facing multiple sex charges involving children was sentenced on Wednesday.Chad Tyler will spend the next 20 years behind bars after pleading guilty to three counts of complicity to
    A Harrison County man facing multiple sex charges involving children was sentenced on Wednesday.Chad Tyler will spend the next 20 years behind bars after pleading guilty to three counts of complicity to
  • Mountaineer Donates Turkeys to Salvation Army

    Mountaineer Donates Turkeys to Salvation Army

    Friday, November 22 2013 7:35 PM EST2013-11-23 00:35:22 GMT
    This year, more than ever, families around the Ohio Valley need a little more help putting a Thanksgiving dinner on the table, and Major Sue Dewan with the Salvation Army says there's been a 15 percent
    This year, more than ever, families around the Ohio Valley need a little more help putting a Thanksgiving dinner on the table, and Major Sue Dewan with the Salvation Army says there's been a 15 percent
  • Operation Christmas Child Begins in Wheeling, St. Clairsville

    Operation Christmas Child Begins in Wheeling, St. Clairsville

    Monday, November 18 2013 2:30 PM EST2013-11-18 19:30:52 GMT
    On Monday, collection sites will begin in the Wheeling area for the Global Christmas Project.  Wheeling area families, churches and groups are working to make Christmas a reality for needy kids around
    Wheeling area families, churches and groups are working to make Christmas a reality for needy kids around the world by filling shoeboxes with toys, school supplies and notes of encouragement.
  • Brooke County Veterans Honored at Park

    Brooke County Veterans Honored at Park

    Tuesday, November 12 2013 10:34 AM EST2013-11-12 15:34:15 GMT
    Veterans Day was honored across the nation on Monday, and here locally, people in Brooke County gathered to honor the veterans in their community as well as those who gave their lives for our country
    Veterans Day was honored across the nation on Monday, and here locally, people in Brooke County gathered to honor the veterans in their community as well as those who gave their lives for our country
  • Brooke High School Holds Special Ceremony for Veterans

    Brooke High School Holds Special Ceremony for Veterans

    Friday, November 8 2013 1:25 PM EST2013-11-08 18:25:07 GMT
    Although it's not Veterans Day quite yet, one local school is paying their respect to the veterans who have served our country.Brooke High School put on a special assembly on Friday with dozens of men
    Although it's not Veterans Day quite yet, one local school is paying their respect to the veterans who have served our country.
  • East Wheeling Reunion

    East Wheeling Reunion

    Tuesday, April 30 2013 5:23 AM EDT2013-04-30 09:23:01 GMT
    There will be an East Wheeling reunion from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 14 at the Sonnenborn Shelter at Wheeling Park.The reunion is to bring people of East Wheeling together primarily of the 1950's, '60's
    There will be an East Wheeling reunion from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 14 at the Sonnenborn Shelter at Wheeling Park.The reunion is to bring people of East Wheeling together primarily of the 1950's, '60's
  • Ohio Girl, 8, Gets Kidney Donation From Teacher

    Ohio Girl, 8, Gets Kidney Donation From Teacher

    Monday, April 29 2013 8:16 AM EDT2013-04-29 12:16:57 GMT
    CLEVELAND (AP) - An Ohio girl is recovering after getting a critical kidney transplant - with the organ donated by her former kindergarten teacher. Nicole Miller - an 8-year-old first-grader at Mansfield
    CLEVELAND (AP) - An Ohio girl is recovering after getting a critical kidney transplant - with the organ donated by her former kindergarten teacher. Nicole Miller - an 8-year-old first-grader at Mansfield
  • Valley Grove Volunteer Fire Flea Market

    Valley Grove Volunteer Fire Flea Market

    Monday, April 15 2013 6:11 AM EDT2013-04-15 10:11:06 GMT
    The Valley Grove Volunteer Fire Department will hold a flea market, craft fair and vendor show Saturday, April at the Valley Grove Volunteer Fire Department.They are looking for vendors from 8 a.m. to
    The Valley Grove Volunteer Fire Department will hold a flea market, craft fair and vendor show Saturday, April at the Valley Grove Volunteer Fire Department.They are looking for vendors from 8 a.m. to
  • Sherrard Middle School Band Fundraiser

    Sherrard Middle School Band Fundraiser

    Monday, April 15 2013 6:07 AM EDT2013-04-15 10:07:03 GMT
    The Sherrard Middle School Band will hold a yard sale fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the Sherrard Middle School Gym.Call 304-231-6838 to purchase one table for $10 or two for $15
    The Sherrard Middle School Band will hold a yard sale fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, April 27 at the Sherrard Middle School Gym.Call 304-231-6838 to purchase one table for $10 or two for $15
  • Craigslist Killer Sentenced to Death

    Craigslist Killer Sentenced to Death

    Thursday, April 4 2013 10:17 AM EDT2013-04-04 14:17:52 GMT
    AKRON, Ohio (AP) - A self-styled street preacher who teamed up with a high school student in a deadly plot to lure men with bogus Craigslist job offers has been sentenced to death.      A judge in
    A self-styled street preacher who teamed up with a high school student in a deadly plot to lure men with bogus Craigslist job offers has been sentenced to death.
  • Child Abuse Prevention Focus of Event at WLU

    Child Abuse Prevention Focus of Event at WLU

    Monday, April 1 2013 1:53 PM EDT2013-04-01 17:53:52 GMT
    Experts will gather on Friday to discuss how to prevent and address child abuse during a forum at West Liberty University.Friday's event at the Highlands campus of WLU features senior status Judge Arthur
    Experts will gather on Friday to discuss how to prevent and address child abuse during a forum at West Liberty University.Friday's event at the Highlands campus of WLU features senior status Judge Arthur
  • Residents Cleared to Return Home After 24-Inch Gas Line Explodes in Marshall County

    Residents Cleared to Return Home After 24-Inch Gas Line Explodes in Marshall County

    Saturday, March 23 2013 9:51 AM EDT2013-03-23 13:51:32 GMT
    This is a frame grab from a video sent in by Fish Ridge residents, Meghan, Jonathan, Cody and Katie.This is a frame grab from a video sent in by Fish Ridge residents, Meghan, Jonathan, Cody and Katie.
    A 36-inch gas line has exploded on Reids Ridge in Marshall County outside of Cameron.Marshall County Sheriff Kevin Cecil said 911 calls began coming in at around 12:15 p.m. on Friday. Emergency crews are
    The Marshall County Office of Emergency Management reports that all roads are now open and residents can return home. Crews have succeeded in shutting off the gas.
  • Wheeling Park High School Students Raise Nearly $400 for Habitat

    Wheeling Park High School Students Raise Nearly $400 for Habitat

    Friday, February 15 2013 10:50 AM EST2013-02-15 15:50:05 GMT
    Hats off to students of Wheeling Park High School as they raised money for Habitat for Humanity by wearing their favorite hats on Thursday.It cost students and staff $1 to wear a hat, and all the money
    Hats off to students of Wheeling Park High School as they raised money for Habitat for Humanity by wearing their favorite hats on Thursday.It cost students and staff $1 to wear a hat, and all the money
  • Two Steubenville Teens will Stay at Detention Center

    Two Steubenville Teens will Stay at Detention Center

    Thursday, January 3 2013 1:12 PM EST2013-01-03 18:12:52 GMT
    The two Steubenville teenagers charged with allegedly raping and kidnapping a juvenile girl were in court Friday morning for their probable cause hearing. However, Hamilton County Judge Thomas Lipps
    The two Steubenville teenagers charged with allegedly raping and kidnapping a juvenile girl were in court Friday morning for their probable cause hearing. The hearing gave the defendants the chance to request that their clients be released until the next hearing. Judge Lipps denied that request saying that due to the seriousness of the crimes, they must remain behind bars.
  • Local Businesses Coming Out for Corporate Blood Drive

    Local Businesses Coming Out for Corporate Blood Drive

    Wednesday, August 15 2012 7:40 PM EDT2012-08-15 23:40:20 GMT
    DeFeliceCare, Dr. Wiley's office, Visiting Angels & Ziegenfelders are participating in a corporate blood drive challenge from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Dr. Wiley's office at 76 16th Street in Wheeling.
    DeFeliceCare, Dr. Wiley's office, Visiting Angels & Ziegenfelders are participating in a corporate blood drive challenge from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Dr. Wiley's office at 76 16th Street in Wheeling.
  • Children's Community Sale in McMechen

    Children's Community Sale in McMechen

    Saturday, August 11 2012 6:06 PM EDT2012-08-11 22:06:16 GMT
    Moms Helping Moms is holding a children's community sale from 5-8 p.m. August 10 and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. August 11 at the McMechen Fire Hall.This is a consignment sale for gently used children's clothes,
    Moms Helping Moms is holding a children's community sale from 5-8 p.m. August 10 and 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. August 11 at the McMechen Fire Hall.This is a consignment sale for gently used children's clothes,
  • Dillonvale Church Holds Annual Peach Social

    Dillonvale Church Holds Annual Peach Social

    Wednesday, July 18 2012 6:22 PM EDT2012-07-18 22:22:36 GMT
    Dillonvale Presbyterian Church will hold its 62nd annual peach social from 6-9 p.m. August 10 at 52 Liberty Street in Dillonvale.Tickets cost $5 for adults and $3 for children and includes cake, ice cream,
    Dillonvale Presbyterian Church will hold its 62nd annual peach social from 6-9 p.m. August 10 at 52 Liberty Street in Dillonvale.Tickets cost $5 for adults and $3 for children and includes cake, ice cream,
  • Crittenton's 11th Annual Paint the Town Pink Gala a Success

    Crittenton's 11th Annual Paint the Town Pink Gala a Success

    Sunday, April 6 2014 1:41 PM EDT2014-04-06 17:41:04 GMT
    Crittenton Services annual Paint the Town Pink gala took place Saturday night.This year's theme was "Wild in Pink" which took guests on a safari. The beautiful art and decorations were created by the
    Crittenton Services annual Paint the Town Pink gala took place Saturday night.This year's theme was "Wild in Pink" which took guests on a safari. The beautiful art and decorations were created by the
  • Veterans Court Hoping to Aid More Troubled Veterans in West Virginia

    Veterans Court Hoping to Aid More Troubled Veterans in West Virginia

    Wednesday, March 19 2014 3:50 PM EDT2014-03-19 19:50:15 GMT
    By Paige MaddenThe West Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs reports that over 170,000 veterans live in West Virginia. However, the First Judicial Circuit of West Virginia, covering Ohio, Hancock and
    The West Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs reports that over 170,000 veterans live in West Virginia. However, the First Judicial Circuit of West Virginia, covering Ohio, Hancock and Brooke Counties, is currently the only circuit in West Virginia with a Veterans Treatment Court.
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