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WEB EXCLUSIVE: Weekend WrapUp of Top Stories 05/03/14

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  • Sistersville Woman Crowned Mrs. West Virginia, Will Compete for National Title

    Sistersville Woman Crowned Mrs. West Virginia, Will Compete for National Title

    Tuesday, July 15 2014 4:17 AM EDT2014-07-15 08:17:38 GMT
    A Sistersville mother, wife, and soon-to-be teacher, holds another very impressive title as she gets ready to take on the competition on a national stage.Mrs. West Virginia, Melissa Smith, will compete for the title of "Mrs.United States," in September. Smith travels throughout the state right now helping to push her platform. "Right now, I'm very focused on improving literacy education. I'm going to be an elementary school teacher and I have been traveling throughout West Virginia reading to...
    A Sistersville mother, wife, and soon-to-be teacher, holds another very impressive title as she gets ready to take on the competition on a national stage.Mrs. West Virginia, Melissa Smith, will compete for the title of "Mrs.United States," in September. Smith travels throughout the state right now helping to push her platform. "Right now, I'm very focused on improving literacy education. I'm going to be an elementary school teacher and I have been traveling throughout West Virginia reading to...
  • Federal judge in Martinsburg, West Virginia, sends 10 to prison for violating probation

    Federal judge in Martinsburg, West Virginia, sends 10 to prison for violating probation

    Sunday, July 6 2014 11:00 AM EDT2014-07-06 15:00:12 GMT
    Nine Martinsburg, West Virginia, residents and another from Keyser were sentenced to federal prison for breaking the law while they were on supervised release or probation.
    Nine Martinsburg, West Virginia, residents and another from Keyser were sentenced to federal prison for breaking the law while they were on supervised release or probation.
13 News Producer Amelia Ferrell wraps up this week's top stories.

Ohio State Highway Patrol fighting trafficking in the 'Drug Pipeline'
US Route 23 runs from Mackinaw City, Michigan all the way down to Jacksonville, Florida. It's also known as the 'drug pipeline,' a common way drug dealers from out of state bring pills, heroin and crack cocaine into the tri-state region.
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Hundreds of people 'Rally against Violence' for murdered teenager
Hundreds of people braved the rain and attended the 'Rally Against Violence'. Groups from the West Side and East End met in the middle Wednesday night, where they walked from area churches to Haddad River Park.
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Bouncer recovering after weekend shooting in Charleston, WV
One person has been arrested in connection with the shooting of a well-known bouncer in Charleston, WV.
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Food donations pour in after animal shelter runs out
In a matter of 24 hours, neighbors came to the rescue of the Kanawha Charleston Humane Association after the animal shelter ran out of food. They need a specific brand: Purina brand chows.
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