WTAP Noon - Pools, splash pad to open May 31

WTAP Noon - Pools, splash pad to open May 31

Grand opening for new City Park splash pad set for 11:30 a.m. May 31

WTAP Noon - Hemp bill passed

A bill was passed in Ohio that will allow farmers to grow industrial hemp

WTAP Noon - DeWine signs budget

Ohio Governor Mike DeWine signs the new Ohio budget, and vetoed several provisions.

WTAP 11 - Man hurt in Route 7 crash

Accident happened Wednesday morning south of New Matamoras

WTAP 11 - Child porn plea

A man pleads not guilty to several charges against him related to child pornography.

WTAP 11 - Man pleads not guilty to child-porn charges

Richard Adams of Athens held on $1 million bond

WTAP 11 - Sheetz robbery sentence

A man has been sentenced for a Parkersburg Sheetz robbery last spring.


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13 Philadelphia officers to be fired over racist, offensive Facebook posts

The 13 are among 72 officers in the city placed on administrative duty after an online database shared more than 5,000 Facebook posts and comments from officers around the country.

Father charged with murder for driving sons with autism off L.A. pier

Prosecutors said the father purchased accidental death insurance policies on his sons and domestic partner, then drove them off a pier.

U.S. national team star accuses another soccer player of being 'homophobic'

Jaelene Hinkle said her religion prevented her from playing on the U.S. women's national team because of a jersey that celebrated Pride Month.

Jeffrey Epstein denied bail, must remain behind bars until sex trafficking trial

A federal judge in New York sided with prosecutors who argued that the financier poses a flight risk.