Pa. Hotel Donates Mattresses To Flood-Ravaged W.Va. TownA hotel in Cranberry is sending mattresses to a small town in West Virginia, and volunteers who loaded those mattresses should sleep well tonight.
Retired Teacher Helping W. Va. Schools Devastated By FloodingA retired school teacher from the North Allegheny School District is doing her part to help schools affected by the massive flooding in West Virginia.
No Cell Phones, Wi-Fi Allowed In Small W.Va. TownWould you believe there's a place where no one can use a cell phone? Where Wi-Fi is not allowed? Where even finding a radio station can be a difficult task?
Lap Dance Proceeds Will Support West Virginia Flood ReliefLap dances at a West Virginia strip club will help pay for flood relief.
Website Offers Updated Information On West Virginia Flooding RecoveryWest Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin says residents can visit a website that's been set up to keep everyone informed about flood recovery and volunteer efforts.
West Virginia Offering 5-Day Fishing LicensesPeople who live in West Virginia can now buy 5-day fishing licenses.
Overwhelmed West Virginia Animal Shelter Receives Help From Pittsburgh GroupsTwo Pittsburgh groups came together to try to help a West Virginia animal shelter that was overwhelmed after the area was hit with flooding.
Flash Flood Watch In Effect For Areas South Of PittsburghDepending on where you live, rain may impact your Fourth of July plans.
Donate To 'Rebuild West Virginia'Some celebrities are raising money for those affected by the flooding in West Virginia last week.
Obama OKs Federal Aid For West Virginia; At Least 24 DeadOffering his condolences, President Barack Obama approved federal aid for the West Virginia communities devastated by floods that have killed at least 24 people and rendered many more homeless.
Community Mobilizing To Help W. Virginia Flooding VicitmsChurches, non-profits, and community groups across the Mountain State are mobilizing to help flooding victims in southern West Virginia.
PGA Tour Cancels Greenbrier Classic Amid West Virginia FloodThe PGA Tour announced Saturday that the Greenbrier Classic scheduled for next month has been canceled because of the devastating flooding in West Virginia.

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