Coronavirus In West Virginia: Gov. Justice Admits Quarantine For Virus Hotspot Travelers May Be UnconstitutionalWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice says his directive to have police monitor roads and check in on travelers from coronavirus hotspots might be unconstitutional but will continue for safety reasons.
Coronavirus In West Virginia: Governor Orders Quarantine For Virus Hotspot Travelers Or Risk Criminal ChargesPeople traveling to West Virginia from coronavirus hotspots must quarantine for two weeks upon arrival or risk criminal charges, Gov. Jim Justice ordered Monday.
Coronavirus In West Virginia: Morgantown Nursing Home State's 'Ground Zero' For COVID-19A West Virginia nursing home with at least 20 coronavirus cases has become “ground zero” for the state’s growing virus caseload, officials said Wednesday.
Trump Ups Federal Share Of West Virginia 2016 Flood RecoveryPresident Donald Trump has increased the federal share of costs to help West Virginia recover from floods that ravaged the state in June 2016.
With No Buyer, Another West Virginia Hospital Is ClosingAnother West Virginia hospital is closing in the midst of financial losses.
W. Va. Gov. Jim Justice Says Sorry If He Offended After Calling High School Girls Basketball Team 'Thugs'West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice on Friday offered a conditional apology for calling a high school girls basketball team “thugs,” saying he didn’t know the remarks would cause any trouble.
W. Va. Hospital Announces Cutbacks, Gov. Justice Plans To Begin Rural Medicine Task ForceWith another hospital in West Virginia announcing cutbacks, Governor Jim Justice said he plans to start a rural medicine task force.
W. Va. Governor Signs Physical Disabilities Voting BillVoters in West Virginia with physical disabilities could soon be able to vote through electronic absentee ballots.
West Virginia Gets $131M In FEMA Funds For Flooded SchoolsGov. Jim Justice’s office announced on Friday that West Virginia will receive more than $131 million (118 million euros) to replace schools in Nicholas County that were destroyed by flooding in 2016.
West Virginia Will Keep Accepting Refugees, Declining Offer From President Donald Trump's AdministrationWest Virginia Gov. Jim Justice said Friday that his state will keep accepting refugees, declining an offer by President Donald Trump’s administration that lets states halt resettlement.
Groundbreaking Held For Facebook Broadband Project In West VirginiaA groundbreaking has been held on Facebook's plan to expand broadband internet in West Virginia.