WTAP 6 - Wash. Co. health department changes

Thu Jul 18 15:40:43 PDT 2019

WTAP 6 - Wash. Co. health department changes

The Washington County board of health has voted to remove the current commissioner

WTAP 5 - Christmas Eve declared holiday for W.Va. state workers

Gov. Justice thanks workers for their efforts

WTAP 5 - Career Center touts industrial maintenance

Program hopes to overcome worker shortage

WTAP 5 - Flu season starts early

Earliest start in 15 years, officials say

WTAP 5 - Vienna car break-ins

Residents complain about break-ins

WTAP 5 - Icy driving conditions

Drivers reminded that bridges, overpasses freeze first

WTAP 5 - Ex-Marshall student out of jail

Jospeh Hardin accused of sexual assault


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