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Ensminger appears in court in Wheeling Island murder case
Rayna Vaughan, 21, died from a blow to the head at her Wheeling Island apartment back in March.
Reckless Driving Call Results in Arrest for Marijuana Possession
The driver, Brian Johnson, 39 of Sistersville, appeared impaired, with hazy, bloodshot eyes. When he was frisked for safety reasons, officers allegedly found a pill bottle with an assortment of pills, which were not described in the police report, as well as a roll of cash containing more than $25,0
Warrant in Rachael DelTondo's murder probe seeks to pinpoint ex's whereabouts
Catroppa, 36, of Robinson, held a news conference afterDelTondo's May 13 murderto say he had nothing to do it. They had been romantically involved for about eight years before breaking off their engagement more than a year ago.
Man arrested for selling drugs at a Moundsville gas station
MARSHALL COUNTY, W.Va. —A Marshall County man was arrested for selling drugs at a Moundsville gas station.Robby Ross is facing three counts of felony possession with intent to deliver.Police say Ross was drunk and high at the Loading Zone gas station on 4th Street. They say Ross had several hundred
Car plows through business in Triadelphia
OHIO COUNTY, W.Va. —The Ohio County Sheriff's Department is investigating after a car plowed through a Triadelphia business on Thursday.It happened just before noon at 3656 National Road, Wanda's Bargain Barn.The car was going down a hill across the street when somehow the driver lost control.Witnes
Three new search warrants focus on phone records in teacher's murder investigation
The warrants are part of the original affidavit that mentions Lauren Watkins, Sheldon Jeter and Tyrie Jeter, all of whom were interviewed by police.
Wheeling will see some traffic changes for Saturday's half marathon
The Ogden Newspapers Half Marathon Classic is Saturday morning, and some areas of the city will be shut down while for others, traffic will be slow.
Richmond Heights juvenile gang member facing adult prison for armed Lake County robberies
About an hour later, they decided to rob the Circle K convenience store on Vine Street in Willoughby, noticing that the store appeared empty.
Moundsville couple alleges beer truck driver hit their vehicle
Steven Litman and Betty Litman filed a complaint April 13 in Marshall Circuit Court against Wine and Beverage Merchants of West Virginia Inc. and Christopher Wayne Tennant, alleging Wine and Beverage negligently entrusted its beer truck to Tennant, a careless driver.
Update: Victim identified in fatal Steubenville shooting
Dylan Bittinger, 19, was pronounced dead on scene.Tyrelle Gilbert, 35, was shot in the chest and flown to Pittsburgh.
Former NFL Player, University of Pittsburgh Star Found Dead
Buckzowski, 54, starred as a defensive lineman at Gateway High School and Pitt before becoming the Los Angeles Raiders' first-round draft pick in 1986. He also played for the Phoenix Cardinals and Cleveland Browns before his career ended in 1990.
One killed in early morning shooting
STEUBENVILLE, Ohio - According to Steubenville Police reports one person is dead and several others struck by gunfire after an early morning shooting. This happened just before 2 o’clock Thursday morning at the corner of South 6th Street and South Street at Club 106. The Bureau of Criminal Investiga
Man accused of stealing TVs, leading police on chase now facing more charges
MARSHALL COUNTY, W. Va. —A Marshall County man who allegedly led police on a chaseafter being caught stealing TVsis now facing more charges.According to a criminal complaint, Randy Whipkey is now charged with robbery for an incident at the Benwood Gumby's store last week.Reports say Whipkey intimida
Moundsville man pleads guilty in teen sexual abuse case
MARSHALL COUNTY, W. Va. —A Moundsville man has pleaded guilty to two counts sexual abuse.Ryan Rice pleaded guilty Monday afternoon in the sexual abuse of a 15-year-old girl.In October 2017, rice sexually assaulted the young teenat an apartment complex in the Sherrard area of Marshall County.The Mars
Murdered teacher's mom: Boy, 17, found with her in car was 'obsessed'
Rachael DelTondo, 33, was gunned down on her driveway in Aliquippa, Pennsylvania, late on Mother's Day after a trip to get ice creamNo arrests have been made and police have executed series of search warrants, including on Sheldon Jeter Jr, 20He was 17 when cops found him reclined in the passenger s
Woman accused of plotting murder has bond revoked
Broome already was in jail because she violated the conditions of her bond by testing positive for drug use. The hearing, conducted via video, formally revoked her bond for the violation.
ACROSS THE VALLEY: Man cited for flashing genitals
A 40-year-old North Chester, Va., man said he was traveling in Union Township at 12:20 p.m. when a motorist in a green Ford Ranger pulled up beside him and exposed himself, police said.
Commissioners pass extra fee for license plates in Belmont County
"The need is so great, we really felt this was one of our only options to try to address those needs,” Commissioner JP Dutton said. “It doesn’t solve the complete problem. In fact, we are actually looking at other solutions to try to add to this to try to further fill that gap.”
Washington man reported missing to city police
Ahmad Vaden, 37, of 112 Jollick Manor, is biracial, about 5 feet, 6 inches tall and weighs 120 pounds. He was last seen wearing a white Nike T-shirt with red lettering and white shorts. His mother told police he may have gone to see a friend at a Canton Township home.
GREENSBURG ROAD CRASH: 2 medical helicopters called to crash involving large truck
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, Pa.- Two medical helicopters have been called to a crash scene in Westmoreland County.According to emergency dispatchers, a large truck has collided with another vehicle in Washington Township.This is a developing story. Stay with WPXI.com and Channel 11 News starting at 5 p.m.