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This week on a "Taste with Rach," Rachael is appeasing to your sweet tooth, or maybe your need for something spicy. Either way, they have it at Mmm Popcorn.
You may think grabbing a Gulla Hotdog on game day in Bellaire is a long time tradition in your family, but one guy may have you beat on that.
7News has an exciting new Thursday evening tradition to share with you. "A Taste With Rach" will feature all of the great places the Ohio Valley has to offer when it comes to food. From breakfast to dinner and anything you can fit in between, Rachael is going to try it all.
They say when you hear the beat, stop and eat.So on this week's "Taste With Rach", Rachael followed the music, to Rock 'N Rowdy's in Moundsville.
A Wetzel County native protecting his friends and family in Sistersville for over 20 years said his small community is actually the reason for his success.
After 20 years on the job and standing at 6 foot 3, it's hard to be undercover in his role as a detective for the Moundsville Police Department.
After 40 years, Assistant Chief Tony Campbell is still putting on his uniform.
Inside Madison Elementary School you'll find an Army veteran and 17 year member of the Ohio County Sheriff's Department being just another one of the kids.
The only pair of its kind in West Virginia, an unlikely K9 deputy and his handler are making a big impact on the community, keeping the streets safe and redefining what it means to be man's best friend.
The first emergency responder you may encounter in your time of need is not wearing a badge or driving in a cruiser, they're working in a 911 center ready to listen and get you help, "We're the first person the public has contact with, we can either make or break it," said Ohio County 911 Director, Theresa Russell.
One of the highest honors in the fire service in the state of Ohio will be given to a man right here in the Ohio Valley.
Martins Ferry Native Patrick Shrodes has been fearlessly protecting the streets of Columbus for 23 years, but everything changed when he was shot in the line of duty.
In New Martinsville, Patrolmen Jason Utt and Michael Owens were working in known drug area when they noticed a car with lots of people around it.
Moundsville Fire Chief Noel Clarke has been serving the community he grew up in for the last 20 years.