West Virginia Street Renamed To Honor Fallen Police OfficerA street in Charleston has been renamed to honor Cassie Johnson, an officer who was fatally shot.
Activists Seeking Public Health Emergency Declaration Amid Spike In HIV Cases In West VirginiaAs cases of HIV surge in West Virginia, activists are calling for the governor to declare a public health emergency.
Eviction Cases In West Virginia Await End Of Federal Moratorium In JulyAs a moratorium on evictions is set to end in July, West Virginia is expecting to see an influx of eviction cases.
West Virginia Man Sentenced To Life In Prison For Killing 77-Year-Old WomanA West Virginia man convicted of killing a 77-year-old woman has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole.
West Virginia Lawmaker Comes Out As GayWest Virginia House of Delegates Republican legislator Joshua Higginbotham has come out as gay.
Hundreds Protest W. Va. Senator Joe Manchin's Opposition To Voting Law OverhaulHundreds of demonstrators marched through Charleston to express their outrage over Sen. Joe Manchin's opposition to the For The People Act.
2nd Coal Miner In West Virginia Killed In As Many DaysA West Virginia coal miner was killed Thursday, the second coal death in the state in two days.
West Virginia Expands Prizes For COVID-19 Vaccinations, Including Hunting Rifles And CashWest Virginia Governor Jim Justice announced the state's vaccination incentive lottery would now include custom hunting rifles.
Charleston Police Plan To Use Fewer Lethal WeaponsThe police chief in Charleston has outlined how his department will improve de-escalation and use fewer lethal weapons.
West Virginia Coal Miner Dies In Underground AccidentA coal miner died in a workplace accident in northern West Virginia.
West Virginia Offering Cash, Pickup Trucks, And College Scholarships As Vaccine IncentiveTaking a cue from their neighbors in Ohio, West Virginia is offering incentives for those who have or will get vaccinated.