Hall of Fame plaques unveiled

Hall of Fame plaques unveiled

This is Home: Early Parkersburg Photos-Part 2

This is Home: Early Parkersburg Photos-Part 2

To Your Health: Hidden Dangers of Vaping & E-Cigarettes

E-cigarettes. Vaping. Whatever you want to call it, you've seen them. Millions of people say they've tried them. And just like other smoking habits, there are hidden dangers that come along with it.

WATCH: Sharon Milliman's Full Interview With WTAP

WATCH: Sharon Milliman's Full Interview With WTAP

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Another doorbell licker has struck in Florida, a man's warning to other men sparked off a bomb threat, and an end of an era strikes on Mars.

Work out Friday on Daybreak

Sherry McCay from Custom Fitness in Vienna shows us how to do some at home exercises with a rubber band.

 

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Probe into alleged Jussie Smollett attack shifts to whether actor staged incident, source says

The shift in investigation was reported a day after Chicago police said it was releasing two men questioned without charge, citing new evidence.

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.