(WTRF) – Take a look back at this week’s top headlines.
Many questions remain after the tragic shooting in St. Clairsville. A two-year-old boy died in what police said was an accident, but the investigation continues.
Authorities told 7News their parents weren’t home at the time.The five children, ages 2 to mid-teens, were home alone. Police say it may take weeks to find out exactly what happened.
Kennywood Park is adding new security measures after two teenagers and an adult were shot dead last weekend.
This includes increased police support, increased perimeter security, a new chaperone policy, and a new security system. Police haven’t released much information about the possible shooter, but say the gun he used was stolen from a vehicle in Columbus in August 2021.
Hurricane Ian left a trail of devastation across the country as a Category 4 hurricane made landfall in Florida.
After the disaster, Panhandle Cleaning and Restoration quickly sent a tractor trailer full of fans, dehumidifiers, air purifiers and more. This equipment will be used to help communities close to our office in Sarasota.
An inpatient psychiatric hospital for children is coming to downtown Wheeling.
Officials at Children’s Home of Wheeling say the $10 million project will open Orchard Park Hospital. Provide immediate and critical access to care for children aged 5 to 17 in the community who suffer from severe mental illness. The hospital will open in May 2023.
Two deceased veterans were on their way through the Ohio Valley with full escorts to be buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
Don Harvell and Carl Walker were veterans who served at different times. Patriot Guard Riders from each state escorted them as they traveled from their home state of Arizona.
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