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Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has ordered all U.S. and state flags on state-owned facilities to be lowered from dawn to dusk.
Investigators are trying to determine why an Amtrak train sped up just as it was supposed to be slowing down before its deadly derailment this week in Philadelphia.
A judge has ruled that the eastern Pennsylvania father who authorities say let his daughter's teeth rot so badly her life was endangered can't withdraw his guilty plea.
"Never Alone WV "in Weirton, is just one of the many groups and now they are reaching out to churches across the entire Northern Panhandle for an upcoming special event.
The Marshall County Animal Rescue League held their annual Wine Tasting event at River City Ale Works in Downtown Wheeling.
Making a false police report is a serious crime. Not only does it tie up valuable resources, it wastes the time and the money of our first responders.
When you hear the term "drone" many people instantly think of the terrorist hunting war machines being used in the Middle East, but WTRF.com's Nate Fluharty discovered there may be more in the air than you realize.
Some of the best restaurants in the area received some well deserved awards on Thursday morning.
Belmont County Commissioners are packing their bags. This weekend, they'll travel to a Retail- Real Estate conference in Las Vegas.
The mayor of Adena pleaded guilty to his 4th OVI charge. Justin Dudzik, 24, appeared in court on where the guilty plea was entered.
Federal regulators say operators of the 63-year-old coal-fired passenger ferry SS Badger have made the necessary environmental improvements to keep the vintage vessel in service carrying people and cars across Lake Michigan.
Emma Griffith,9, is a happy, healthy third grader. She likes playing outside with her sister and even doing her homework. From the outside looking into Emma's big green eyes you'd never know she can barely see what's right in front of her.
Service is scheduled to resume on New Jersey Transit's Atlantic City Rail Line between Philadelphia and Cherry Hill.
A federal judge says a lawsuit challenging all-or-nothing sports TV packages that require purchasing all professional hockey or baseball games can proceed as a class action. Judge Shira Scheindlin ruled Thursday. She said all fans with some appetite for watching hockey and baseball broadcasts are affected by league policies requiring consumers to buy all league games.
A funeral will be held Friday for one of the victims killed in this week's Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia.
Authorities in Passaic County say a local man has been arrested and charged with killing his wife in Pennsylvania more than two years ago.