Health: Study Shows Thousands of U.S. Patients Are Given Fentanyl Unneccessarily

Health: Study Shows Thousands of U.S. Patients Are Given Fentanyl Unneccessarily

More than 2-million people in the U.S. are either dependent on or abusing prescription and illegal opioids to treat their pain. Now a new report says the FDA and drug manufacturers failed to properly monitor the use of one very potent opioid. We share the details in today's "To Your Health."

WTAP at 5- More than a Makeover

Strecker cancer patients feel as beautiful as they are strong.

Arts festival

Artsbridge holds its "Very Spectacular Arts Festival" Tuesday at WVU-P

Wood County budget

Elected officials call for money for more staffing while making budget requests to the Wood County Commission

Forecast for March 18th

Forecast for March 18th

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A minor league hockey team in Indiana has signed a pint-sized player. The honorary player is a seven-year-old boy facing off against severe health issues.

STEM act

Sen. Capito wants more young girls and minorities taking technology education courses


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USC puts hold on accounts of students tied to admissions scandal

The daughters of actress Lori Loughlin, who has been charged in alleged scam, are students at the school.

Chemical fire expected to burn for days

The blaze at a site along the Houston Ship Channel began Sunday when a leak from a tank containing volatile naphtha ignited.

Officially, the notebook does not exist. But it's the key for migrants to get into the U.S.

“If I continue to stay here, I am going to be killed,” said a mother of two from Honduras, who spent two months waiting in Tijuana to cross into the U.S.

Meet the 8-year-old refugee who won New York State’s chess championship

Tanitoluwa Adewumi and his family live in a homeless shelter, after fleeing persecution against Christians in northern Nigeria in 2017. He learned how to play chess at his new school, and in just one year, has become one of the top chess players in America for his age group.

Teen who pushed friend off 60 foot bridge in viral video pleads guilty in court

Jordan Holgerson, 16, was hospitalized for a punctured lung and broken ribs in August after 18-year-old Taylor Smith violently shoved her off a bridge. Smith abruptly changed her plea to guilty on the day her trial was supposed to begin, admitting to reckless endangerment as part of a plea deal.