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Diaper bag used in 1 of 3 bank robberies that have woman facing charges
Nicole Wallace, 34, is charged with robbery, criminal conspiracy and receiving stolen property in connection to the robberies at banks in Carrick, Shadyside and Whitehall.
Bellaire Woman Sentenced For Trafficking Drugs Near School
Stacey McCabe-Heathcote, 50, of Bellaire was sentenced Tuesday on two counts of trafficking in drugs in the vicinity of a school, a felony of the fifth degree. She will spend the next six months in prison with credit for two days served. She had gone to trial in mid-September and entered a guilty pl
Wetzel County man sentenced for connection to drug distribution in Wetzel, Tyler Counties
Alex King, of New Martinsville was sentenced today to 37 months incarceration for his involvement in methamphetamine, cocaine, and heroin distribution that spanned multiple states, United States Attorney Bill Powell announced.
Multiple crews respond to house fire in Ohio County
"We had the initial 911 call came in as a fire in the laundry room of the building, When the first arriving units came, the building was fully involved,” said Ohio County EMA director Lou Vargo. “Valley Grove, Triadelphia, Stone Church and West Alexander Fire Departments arrived on scene. We also ha
Marshall County Superintendent Clarifies Cause of School Bus Crash Near Cameron
Crook said originally it was believed that a tree in the road caused the driver to swerve, which resulted in the bus tipping on its side on Dragon Highway near Hupp Ridge at Cameron. However, after further investigation, it was learned that the bus slipped off the side of the road enough to cause it
Belmont County has new mobile command center
In the event of an emergency, a new mobile command center can be used by Belmont County EMA and 911 dispatchers, thanks to a donation from the oil and gas industry.
Man charged in assault on Brooke County Sheriff's Deputy pleads not guilty
Brandon Lamar Jackson, of Norcross, Ga., is facing multiple charges after a fight thatinjured a Brooke County Sheriff's Deputy in July at Bethany College.
Belmont County Residents Fear Effects of Jamboree In The Hills Cancellation
Angel Burghy, night manager at the Bel-Morr Market located just off Interstate 70 at exit 208 near Morristown, said her business will be impacted significantly by the cancellation of Jamboree.
Update: School bus overturns in Marshall County
“The kids are a little bruised, but they're safe, and the bus driver is shaken up. Obviously it's a very traumatic incident for the bus driver,” Marshall County Schools Superintendent Jeffrey Cook said.
Police Looking For Pair Of Fake Utility Workers Ransacking Homes, Stealing Valuables
MT. PLEASANT (KDKA) - Police in Westmoreland County are looking for two men who they say are going door-to-door, posing as utility workers and scamming people out of their money and valuables. "Right away, I was so upset," said Ted Czekaj, one of the victims. "More ashamed than anything that I could
Wheeling Police Department kicking off Explorer Program
The Wheeling Police Department is kicking off the area's first Explorer Program, which it views as a way to not only reach out to the community, but maybe recruit a few new faces.
Brooke, Ohio counties strike deal for tower space for communications equipment
“Currently there are some dead areas in the county where the communication isn't that great, and by moving this tower to tower in West liberty with the Ohio County Commission, this is going to greatly improve communication for our law-enforcement and other emergency personnel throughout the county,"
Ohio EPA seeks input on draft air permit for proposed Belmont County Cracker Plant
The EPA says different gases and pollutants could be emitted, however, its goal is to ensure air quality, and the maximum air emissions would be limited.
Kimbolton woman faces felony charges following high speed chase
CAMBRIDGE, Ohio — A Kimbolton woman, accused of leading Ohio Highway Patrol troopers on a high speed chase, has seen her case bound over to Guernsey County Common Pleas Court.
Examine Status Of Old Prison
If there is a blot on the facility’s record during recent years, it lies in Charleston, not Moundsville.
Electric Bill Issues at Former West Virginia Penitentiary in Moundsville Come To Light
Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety Secretary Jeff Sandy asked the Post Audit Division to look into his department, which includes the state Division of Corrections. The division leases part of the former penitentiary to the Moundsville Economic Development Council, which uses it for ev
Twin Sisters From Wheeling Team Up for Hurricane Relief
Nesbitt and Teufel purchased a Thorn Class A RV motor home and had planned a vacation to visit the New England states in October to enjoy the fall scenery. Instead, when Hurricane Michael hit Florida, the twins heard of the devastation and decided they needed to go help. For their vacation, they loa
Sewer Bills on the Rise in Martins Ferry
A $5 increase will be applied to the sewerline fund on one’s bill, raising it from $10.40 to $15.40. And on the sewer debt fund listed on one’s bill, it will be raised by $1, from $3 to $4, said Service Director Scott Porter.
Sentences handed down in Belmont County Common Pleas Court
David Lee Bailey Jr., 50, of 50026 Fourth St., Belmont, appeared before Fregiato and was sentenced to the maximum of 36 months in prison for attempted felonious assault, a felony of the third degree occurring July 23. Charges stemmed from a domestic dispute. The defense asked Fregiato to consider th
Ohio State Marching Band Halftime Show:"Happily Ever After" vs. MSU
The Ohio State University Marching Band took their "Happily Ever After" halftime show on the road this week. (WSYX/WTTE) The Ohio State University Marching Band took their "Happily Ever After" halftime show on the road this week. TBDBITL performed the show on Saturday, November 10 against Michigan