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Ohio Valley Residents React To NFL Protests Video included

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For the second day in a row,  the words disrespect and un-American are making their way into Facebook posts, on news broadcasts  and on the web.
But today people are starting to dissect what took place during the NFL football games and are looking to see if this is the end or just the beginning of a long struggle .


What the latest health overhaul push means for consumers

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A last-ditch attempt to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law gives insurance shoppers only a vague sense of what lies ahead if the bill becomes law.

New Dog Park Officially Open in Wheeling Video included

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Wheeling dog owners and their pets have something to celebrate tonight. 

Special Guest Speaker For Marshall County Chamber of Commerce Dinner Video included

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The Marshall County Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for their annual dinner and today they've announced that they'll have a pretty big guest speaker for the event. 

FEMA Disaster Assistance Still Available For Residents

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FEMA has announced the latest numbers on aid given to local families after the flash flooding event in July.

Humane Society Looking At Possible Location For Headquarters Video included

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The Belmont County Humane Society now has 18 cats in foster care. 

'Rock bottom': Weiner gets 21 months in prison for sexting

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Ex-New York congressman Anthony Weiner is scheduled to be sentenced in a sexting scandal that some blame for Hillary Clinton's presidential loss.

Renovations Underway on Former Jail in Belmont County Video included

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Just a few months after renovations on the beloved Belmont County Courthouse wrapped up, renovations have officially started to preserve the former Sheriff's Residence and Jail next door. 

Deer In Local Counties Infected With Bleeding Disease Video included

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Officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources say that deer in at least eight counties have died from a bleeding disease called "Blue Tongue Virus".

"The Good Doctor" Shines Light on Autism

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ABC's fall line-up kicks off Monday night with the premier of "The Good Doctor." Freddie Highmore plays Shaun Murphy, a young surgeon with extraordinary medical gifts. He also happens to have autism.

Trump Replaces Travel Ban With New Restrictions on 8 Nations

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Citizens of eight countries, including North Korea and Venezuela, will face new restrictions on entry to the U.S. under a proclamation signed by President Donald Trump on Sunday that will replace his expiring travel ban.

Senator Manchin to Host Facebook Live Town Hall Meeting

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Senator Joe Manchin will be hosting a town hall on Facebook LIVE Monday evening.

Is There NFL Rule Requiring Players to Stand for National Anthem?

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By now, you’ve likely seen a social media post claiming the NFL rule book requires NFL players to attend the National Anthem during pregame ceremonies.

Should States Ban Abortions When Down Syndrome Diagnosed?

In this undated photo, Kelly Kuhns holds her son, Oliver, in Plain City, Ohio. Kuhns is advocating for an Ohio bill that would ban abortions based on the type of pre-natal Down syndrome diagnosis she received for her son, Oliver. AP Photo/Julie Carr Smyth In this undated photo, Kelly Kuhns holds her son, Oliver, in Plain City, Ohio. Kuhns is advocating for an Ohio bill that would ban abortions based on the type of pre-natal Down syndrome diagnosis she received for her son, Oliver. AP Photo/Julie Carr Smyth
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Kelly Kuhns rejected Down syndrome testing the first three times she got pregnant; the 36-year-old nurse from Ohio always knew she’d never terminate a pregnancy.

Steelers Player Who Stood For National Anthem Has Top-Selling Jersey

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Alejandro Villanueva's jersey just became the hottest buy in the NFL.

Early Voting Continues Across W. Va. for Road Bond Referendum Bill

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Early voting continues across West Virginia for the $1.6 billion Road Bond Referendum bill.

Projects Prepare for Show of Hands Video included

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Four projects met Monday morning to prepare for Wednesday's Show of Hands event in Wheeling.

North Korea Says US Has Declared War

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North Korea's top diplomat says President Donald Trump's tweet that leader Kim Jong Un "won't be around much longer" was a declaration of war against his country by the United States.

John Deere Recalls 25,000 Lawn Tractors For Transmission Problem

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John Deere is recalling 25,000 lawn tractors and service part transmissions due to a crash hazard.

Major Road Project Begins On Bethany Pike, WV Route 88

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A major project will start Monday that will be sure to impact your commute in one way or another.

McCain Calls Brain Cancer Prognosis 'Very Poor'

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U.S. Sen. John McCain says doctors have given him a “very poor prognosis” as he battles brain cancer.

Target to Up Hourly Base Pay to $15 By End of 2020

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Target Corp. is raising its minimum hourly wage for its workers to $11 starting next month and then to $15 by the end of 2020 in a move it says will help it better recruit and retain top-quality staff and provide a better shopping experience for its customers.

Ohio Board Certifies Ballot Issue Aimed to Block Puppy Mills

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A proposed constitutional amendment aimed at preventing puppy mills has been certified as a single ballot issue by Ohio's Ballot Board.

"Kids City" Created in Moundsville Church Video included

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Children in Moundsville have a new place to call their own. 

Retired DEA Agent Talks About West Virginia's Opioid Epidemic

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With a new Netflix series featuring the "drug capital of America" in Huntington, we know all too well in the Ohio Valley that the impact drugs have on the state of West Virginia is an issue.

Dozens take part in Suicide Prevention Walk Video included

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In WV suicide is the 10th leading cause of death, and 4th nationwide.

The Latest: More than 200 NFL players don't stand for anthem Video included

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About two dozen NFL players, including Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs and Jacksonville Jaguars running back Leonard Fournette, took a knee during the playing of the national anthem before the start of the teams' game at Wembley Stadium.

Ticket to Nashville Wraps Up Final Performance

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The cast of "ticket To Nashville" capped off their final performance with a Sunday matinee. 

Barnesville Pumpkin Festival Wraps Up Another Successful Year

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Sunday marked another beautiful day out at the Barnesville Pumpkin Festival.  

Downtown Wheeling Boil Order

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A boil order has been issued from the City of Wheeling Water Department Sunday morning, for the Downtown areas. 

Man Shot From Another Vehicle on Pittsburgh Bridge

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Police say a man was wounded as he was shot by someone in another vehicle on a Pittsburgh bridge. 

Ohio Valley Heart Walk Raises Thousands for American Heart Association Video included

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A healthier nation, free of cardiovascular diseases and stroke: That is the goal of the American Heart Association, and they are continuing their mission in the Friendly City.

Pumpkin Festival Parade

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It felt more like summer than fall for today's Barnesville Pumpkin Festival Parade.

Two Traffic Stops Lead to Two Drug Arrests

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Shortly after 5 p.m. Friday, 43-year-old Shawn Renault Stanton of St. Clairsville, was arrested by the Wheeling Police Department.

Fatal Explosions Likely Caused by Chemical Reaction

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Federal officials say two explosions that killed three workers at a West Virginia industrial site earlier this year were likely caused by unintended chemical reactions.

West Virginia Man, Hiding in Attic, Arrested After Floor Collapse

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A West Virginia man thought it was a good idea to hide from the police in an attic, but he did not count on the floor collapsing.
    

Woman Accused of Shooting Sleeping Husband to Death

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A woman is facing charges in the death of her husband who authorities allege was shot as he slept in their Pennsylvania home. 

Brothers of the Wheel Ride for Harmony House

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The Brothers of the Wheel motorcycle group held their annual ride for Harmony House on Saturday.

Ohio Board Certifies Ballot Issue Aimed to Block Puppy Mills

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A proposed constitutional amendment aimed at preventing puppy mills has been certified as a single ballot issue by Ohio's Ballot Board.    

Woman Charged in Arson of Neighbor's Home Where 3 Firefighters Got Injured

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Authorities have charged a woman in the arson of a neighbor's house in Pennsylvania that led to three injuries to firefighters.  

Safety Regulators Fine Ohio Factory Making Footballs for NFL

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An Ohio factory that makes footballs for the National Football League has been fined by federal regulators over workplace safety violations.      

Evidence of Invasive Grass Carp Signals Threat to Lake Erie

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Researchers in the Great Lakes region have found new evidence that invasive grass carp are spawning near the mouth of a river that flows into Lake Erie.     

5 Charged in Million Dollar Robbery of Jewelry Merchant

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A federal grand jury has indicted five Ohio residents in the robbery of a diamond and jewelry merchant from Monroeville, Pennsylvania.      

Four Hot Afternoons Heading Our Way

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Thermometers will be running about ten degrees warmer than average. Sharply cooler air will arrive later next week.

New Children's Room to Open in Marshall County Video included

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It's a brand new city right in the heart of Marshall County  and the best part, it's just for kids.   

Mountaineer Brewfest Gave Large Donation to Habitat for Humanity Video included

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Friday morning, the Habitat for Humanity received a big donation. 

Deer Disease Has Hit Local Counties Video included

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Officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources say the deer population in eight counties across the state, are dying from a bleeding disease, and our local counties are on the list.

Bellaire Police Searching for Vandal Suspect Video included

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Police in Bellaire are still searching for the person or persons responsible for vandalizing an Historical Landmark Marker.

"The Pride of West Virginia" is Being Featured on the CBS Evening News

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West Virginia University's marching band, "The Pride of West Virginia" will be featured on the CBS Evening News. 

People Stand Against Graham-Cassidy Bill Video included

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The newest proposed Healthcare repeal bill is starting to compile more skeptics, than supporters including Republican Senator John McCain who came out against the Cassidy-Graham bill earlier today.

Early Voting Opens in West Virginia Video included

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Early voting for a bond that could give Ohio County over $196 million dollars to repair their interstates and roadways began Friday.

Belmont County First Responders Are On Alert After Heroin Is Found To Contain Carfentanyl Video included

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A batch of heroin discovered in Bellaire during a routine traffic stop has been analyzed and found to contain carfentanyl. The synthetic opioid is 10,000 times more potent than morphine. Sheriff Dave Lucas says first responders dealing with an overdose patient can accidentally absorb it through the skin or inhale it, and go into an overdose themselves. The sheriff says he has notified 9-1-1, all police and fire departments and all emergency medical response teams. He says a single...






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  • Deer In Local Counties Infected With Bleeding Disease

    Deer In Local Counties Infected With Bleeding Disease

    Monday, September 25 2017 6:07 PM EDT2017-09-25 22:07:03 GMT

    Officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources say that deer in at least eight counties have died from a bleeding disease called "Blue Tongue Virus".

    Officials with the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources say that deer in at least eight counties have died from a bleeding disease called "Blue Tongue Virus".

  • Ohio Valley Residents React To NFL Protests

    Ohio Valley Residents React To NFL Protests

    Tuesday, September 26 2017 4:27 AM EDT2017-09-26 08:27:47 GMT

    For the second day in a row,  the words disrespect and un-American are making their way into Facebook posts, on news broadcasts  and on the web.
    But today people are starting to dissect what took place during the NFL football games and are looking to see if this is the end or just the beginning of a long struggle .

    For the second day in a row,  the words disrespect and un-American are making their way into Facebook posts, on news broadcasts  and on the web.
    But today people are starting to dissect what took place during the NFL football games and are looking to see if this is the end or just the beginning of a long struggle .

  • New Dog Park Officially Open in Wheeling

    New Dog Park Officially Open in Wheeling

    Tuesday, September 26 2017 4:36 AM EDT2017-09-26 08:36:30 GMT

    Wheeling dog owners and their pets have something to celebrate tonight. 

    Wheeling dog owners and their pets have something to celebrate tonight. 

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