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  • Tattoos to the rescue

    Tattoos to the rescue

    Saturday, June 24 2017 7:34 PM EDT2017-06-24 23:34:12 GMT

    Dozens of people lined up for a tattoo at Hot Rod's in Martins Ferry today, but the new ink was all for a good cause.

    Dozens of people lined up for a tattoo at Hot Rod's in Martins Ferry today, but the new ink was all for a good cause.

  • Storms and heavy rain cause massive sink hole

    Storms and heavy rain cause massive sink hole

    Saturday, June 24 2017 4:34 PM EDT2017-06-24 20:34:09 GMT

    More than an inch of rain hit Martins Ferry Friday in less than 20-minutes and it caused a massive sinkhole to reappear.

    More than an inch of rain hit Martins Ferry Friday in less than 20-minutes and it caused a massive sinkhole to reappear.

  • New Changes Won't Stop House Bill 27 From Protecting Cancer Stricken Firefighters

    New Changes Won't Stop House Bill 27 From Protecting Cancer Stricken Firefighters

    Friday, June 23 2017 4:23 AM EDT2017-06-23 08:23:41 GMT

    Studies show that firefighters are more susceptible to cancer because of their jobs, which is why the state of Ohio passed House Bill 27. Officials say the idea for House Bill 27 all started with the need to give firefighters a properly funded time period to recover from cancer, but some new changes to the the bill could jeopardize that. The current law states that firefighters off active duty for 20 years are still eligible for presumption, but now that pro...

    Studies show that firefighters are more susceptible to cancer because of their jobs, which is why the state of Ohio passed House Bill 27. Officials say the idea for House Bill 27 all started with the need to give firefighters a properly funded time period to recover from cancer, but some new changes to the the bill could jeopardize that. The current law states that firefighters off active duty for 20 years are still eligible for presumption, but now that pro...

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  • Efforts of Brooke County Students Remembered On Anniversary of Flooding

    Efforts of Brooke County Students Remembered On Anniversary of Flooding

    Friday, June 23 2017 4:56 PM EDT2017-06-23 20:56:53 GMT

    A year ago today, floods in southern West Virginia decimated towns, swept away homes and killed many people.

    A year ago today, floods in southern West Virginia decimated towns, swept away homes and killed many people.

  • Wellsburg Jr. Police Academy Holds Fire and EMS Day

    Wellsburg Jr. Police Academy Holds Fire and EMS Day

    Thursday, June 22 2017 4:26 AM EDT2017-06-22 08:26:32 GMT

    Wellsburg's Jr. Police Academy teaches kids about respect, integrity and how to handle emergency situations.

    Wellsburg's Jr. Police Academy teaches kids about respect, integrity and how to handle emergency situations.

  • Event Raises Over $500,000 for Local Boy Scouts

    Event Raises Over $500,000 for Local Boy Scouts

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 4:29 AM EDT2017-06-21 08:29:08 GMT

    A packed house at Oglebay's Glessner Auditorium celebrated partnerships between business and the Boy Scouts of America. The annual partnership dinner for the Boy Scouts raises money to keep the Ohio River Council in operation. Over 250 guests settled in to celebrate scouting, and the values it instills in young people.

    A packed house at Oglebay's Glessner Auditorium celebrated partnerships between business and the Boy Scouts of America. The annual partnership dinner for the Boy Scouts raises money to keep the Ohio River Council in operation. Over 250 guests settled in to celebrate scouting, and the values it instills in young people.

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  • Event Raises Over $500,000 for Local Boy Scouts

    Event Raises Over $500,000 for Local Boy Scouts

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 4:29 AM EDT2017-06-21 08:29:08 GMT

    A packed house at Oglebay's Glessner Auditorium celebrated partnerships between business and the Boy Scouts of America. The annual partnership dinner for the Boy Scouts raises money to keep the Ohio River Council in operation. Over 250 guests settled in to celebrate scouting, and the values it instills in young people.

    A packed house at Oglebay's Glessner Auditorium celebrated partnerships between business and the Boy Scouts of America. The annual partnership dinner for the Boy Scouts raises money to keep the Ohio River Council in operation. Over 250 guests settled in to celebrate scouting, and the values it instills in young people.

  • New Italian Company Is Moving in and Bringing Hundreds of Jobs

    New Italian Company Is Moving in and Bringing Hundreds of Jobs

    Friday, June 9 2017 7:38 PM EDT2017-06-09 23:38:30 GMT

    Italian manufacturing company, Pietro Fiorentini, is opening their first U.S. based plant right here in the Ohio Valley. The new plant is a huge investment and means hundreds of jobs.

    Italian manufacturing company, Pietro Fiorentini, is opening their first U.S. based plant right here in the Ohio Valley. The new plant is a huge investment and means hundreds of jobs.

  • Weirton Residents Remember Our Fallen Heroes

    Weirton Residents Remember Our Fallen Heroes

    Monday, May 29 2017 5:23 PM EDT2017-05-29 21:23:02 GMT

    All gave some, some gave all, and some are still missing. That's what Memorial Day is all about.

    All gave some, some gave all, and some are still missing. That's what Memorial Day is all about.

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  • Neighbors Tired of "Nuisance" Property in New Martinsville

    Neighbors Tired of "Nuisance" Property in New Martinsville

    Friday, June 23 2017 9:59 AM EDT2017-06-23 13:59:02 GMT

    An "unlicensed salvage yard" is placing broken down cars on what the owner believes is his property, but according to the neighbors he's actually blocking a lane they've used for many years to access their garages behind their houses.

    An "unlicensed salvage yard" is placing broken down cars on what the owner believes is his property, but according to the neighbors he's actually blocking a lane they've used for many years to access their garages behind their houses.

  • Event Raises Over $500,000 for Local Boy Scouts

    Event Raises Over $500,000 for Local Boy Scouts

    Wednesday, June 21 2017 4:29 AM EDT2017-06-21 08:29:08 GMT

    A packed house at Oglebay's Glessner Auditorium celebrated partnerships between business and the Boy Scouts of America. The annual partnership dinner for the Boy Scouts raises money to keep the Ohio River Council in operation. Over 250 guests settled in to celebrate scouting, and the values it instills in young people.

    A packed house at Oglebay's Glessner Auditorium celebrated partnerships between business and the Boy Scouts of America. The annual partnership dinner for the Boy Scouts raises money to keep the Ohio River Council in operation. Over 250 guests settled in to celebrate scouting, and the values it instills in young people.

  • New Martinsville hosts first Vintage Regatta

    New Martinsville hosts first Vintage Regatta

    Sunday, June 18 2017 4:51 PM EDT2017-06-18 20:51:03 GMT

    It was an exciting weekend on the river in New Martinsville where they celebrated the first New Martinsville Vintage Regatta.

    It was an exciting weekend on the river in New Martinsville where they celebrated the first New Martinsville Vintage Regatta.

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