West Virginia Businessman Files Pre-Candidacy Paper Work For Governor's RaceThe son of a U.S. rep has filed paperwork for the 2024 governor's race in West Virginia.
West Virginia Airport Gets Initial $2M In Infrastructure LawWest Virginia’s biggest commercial airport says it is receiving $2.1 million in the first year of funding from President Joe Biden’s infrastructure law.
FirstEnergy Planning West Virginia Solar Energy ProjectIf approved, construction could begin as soon as next year.
West Virginia Health Officials Seeking To Re-Vaccinate Those Who Received Diluted COVID VaccinationsWest Virginia health officials have teamed up with a family-owned pharmacy to get people revaccinated against COVID-19.
School Counselor In West Virginia Charged With Possessing Child PornA West Virginia elementary school counselor has been charged with possessing child pornography.
West Virginia Lawmaker Craig Blair Compares Federal COVID-19 Vaccine Rule To Nazi GermanyWest Virginia’s Senate president compared the U.S. government’s COVID-19 vaccine regulation for companies to Nazi Germany.
Michigan Man Arrested In Connection To 2 Deadly Shootings In West VirginiaA Detroit man has been arrested in the fatal shootings of two women in West Virginia, police said.
West Virginia Man With Ties To Extremist Group Sentenced On Weapons ChargeA man who was accused of selling machine gun conversion devices to followers of a far-right extremist movement received a five-year prison sentence.
FCC To Provide West Virginia With $53.5 Million To Expand Broadband ServiceSenator Joe Manchin announced that West Virginia will receive $53.5 million to expand access to broadband.
West Virginia's NAACP Chapter President Owens Brown Becomes First Black Man In State SenateThe West Virginia NAACP chapter president Owens Brown will become the first Black man to serve in the state senate.
Two West Virginia Fathers Sue State Officials Over Charter School LawTwo fathers in West Virginia are suing state officials over a law that allows charter schools to open without the approval of voters.
17-Year-Old Girl Sentenced For Helping 16-Year-Old Boy Accused Of Killing 4 In West VirginiaA 17-year-old West Virginia girl has been sentenced to 10 years of incarceration on four counts of accessory after the fact in the slayings of four people.
COVID-19 In West Virginia: State Sets 2 Daily Records For Positive CasesWest Virginia reported more than 1,800 positive COVID-19 cases on Saturday, marking a record-high.
West Virginia's Largest City Approves $750 For Vaccinated WorkersCharleston's city council approved giving $750 to all city workers who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
West Virginia Cash-For-Worker Program Offering $20,000 In Cash And Other Incentives For ApplicantsWest Virginia's "Cash-For-Workers" program that incentivizes remote workers to move to the state is seeking a second host city.