National News | Closings | Funerals | HighScore | Monday's Most Wanted | Crime Watch | TV Listings | Lottery | Bio's | FCC File | More ›
 
 
   
 
5 News Top Stories
A former Fairmont State Vice President who stole over $1.3 million from the university has had thous...Video
 
Over the summer, teachers at the Doddridge County Middle School wanted to develop a program to encou...Video
 
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) - Alpha Natural Resources has announced 60 layoffs at mining operations in Ke...

More Local Headlines
People say that a bad experience with love can break your heart. A recent study suggests that a bad ...
Most pet owners will do anything for their furry friends but when animals get injured or sick,Video
What should you do if you get stranded in your vehicle during a snowstorm? What items should you kee...Video
 
AAA is estimating that 46 million people are going to be traveling for Thanksgiving this year and th...Video
While many of you will be hitting the road on Thanksgiving, others will be spending a lot of time in...Video
Our veterans, whether they died at home or abroad, put their lives on the line for our country. Now ...Video
WDTV on Facebook
WDTV on Twitter
WDTV on YouTube
Contact WDTV
WDTV RSS Feeds
WDTV SMS
WDTV Mobile App
 
Nate
Nate's Facebook Page
Nate's Twitter Page
Kristin
Kristin's Facebook Page
Kristin's Twitter Page
Lindsey
Lindsey's Facebook Page
Lindsey's Twitter Page
Shannon
Shannon's Facebook Page
Shannon's Twitter Page
Nicole
Nicole's Facebook Page
Nicole's Twitter Page
Erin
Erin's Facebook Page
Erin's Twitter Page
National News
The arrests come as authorities increase law enforcement presence ahead of grand jury decision in Michael Brown case
Capt. Derek Herrera was paralyzed by a sniper's bullet in Afghanistan. Friday, he fulfilled a promise to himself by walking
The slide was the largest on record, covering an area the size of Rhode Island
Bob Simon returns to the site of the world's worst nuclear power plant disaster and it's still radioactive and dangerous -- almost 30 years later.
With 7 feet of snow on the ground and temperatures forecast in the 60s, western New York still isn't out of the woods
 
Follow the 5 News Team