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UPDATE: W.Va. reports 7 new COVID-19 cases

The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources reported seven new coronavirus cases and no additional deaths in statistics updated Thursday morning.

The Beverly pool will open Monday pending inspection

The sports physicals will be available for student athletes from Parkersburg High School, Parkersburg South High School and their middle schools.

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, area high schools are working to figure out how to hold graduation ceremonies that meet state safety requirements and prioritize the health of all attendees. Here are the plans announced by each state as they stand currently. WTAP will update this information as new details are released.

Mid-Ohio Valley restaurant update

Top spellers prepare to crown national champion, from home

Catholic churches in W.Va. resume in-person services

WTAP News @ 6 - W.Va. bars allowed to open at 50% capacity

WTAP News @ 11 -Ohio COVID-19 patient released from hospital

WTAP News @ 11 - Local COVID-19 updates

Update: Construction resumes on new Jackson Fountain

More positive tests from West Virginia prison, Ohio to test nursing homes

Mid-Ohio Valley schools offering services during COVID-19 closures

Trump preparing order targeting social media protections

Police: Soldier saved lives by stopping shooter on bridge

Sen. Kaine, wife have coronavirus antibodies, indicating earlier infection

UPDATE: 19th COVID-19 death reported in Washington County

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Father, daughter state legislators report receiving threats

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Bipartisan opposition leaves surveillance bill in doubt

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