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UPDATE: Ohio House and Senate introduce bills to ban 'fetal heartbeat' abortions

Ohio voters purged from rolls will have new chance at registering

Lawmakers react to apparent budget, border wall compromise

Exclusive with Ivanka Trump: White House says women are the key to global stability

Ohio Sen. Sherrod Brown introduces prescription drug cost bill

UPDATE: Local members of Congress react to 'State of the Union' address

President seeks compromises in State of the Union, including border wall

State of the Union Address to highlight immigration, trade

Sen. Sherrod Brown calling for Ralph Northam to resign

Bill in W.Va. Senate would make daylight saving time permanent

West Virginia lawyer sues delegate for violating free speech rights after Facebook block

W.Va. House committee OKs Social Security tax-exemption bill

UPDATE: West Virginia House OKs broadband-internet expansion

UPDATE: Sen. Sherrod Brown: I would do well against President Trump if I ran against him

Capito, Manchin say work still to be done on border security

Governor invites President Trump to give SOTU in Charleston

Bills sponsored by Wood County legislators

UPDATE: West Virginia governor pulls bill on 911 fees

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Meet the 96-year-old chef behind one of New Orleans’ historic restaurants

Dooky Chase’s Restaurant has been a fixture of New Orleans’ historical and culinary scenes for more than 70 years. Owner Leah Chase is still serving up her legendary gumbo at age 96, and she has plenty of stories to tell about famous customers — including former President Obama.

Free dental clinic changes lives in Oklahoma

Over ten years, the non-profit Mission of Mercy has treated more than 16,000 patients and donated more than $12 million in free dental care. The organization changes lives for those in need, especially for young kids.

9/11 victim compensation fund running out of money, plans to reduce future payments

The fund opened in 2011 to pay victims who were impacted by toxic exposure after the attacks. Now just $2 billion remains and with 19,000 unpaid claims, future payments will now be up to 70 percent smaller than what early claimants received.

Trump’s push for a wall sparks backlash from Southern border town

NBC’s Gabe Gutierrez visits Roma, Texas, located in the Rio Grande Valley along the U.S.-Mexico border. Residents are divided over whether a barrier is necessary and worried about how it could impact their communities.

Remembering the five lives cut short in Aurora, Illinois workplace shooting

It was 21-year-old Trevor Wehner’s very first day as a human resources intern at the Henry Pratt Company. He was killed Friday alongside Clayton Parks, Josh Pinkard, Vicente Juarez and Russell Beyer. Police say the gunman was called into a meeting to be fired before shots rang out.