20-Year-Old West Virginia Coal Miner Dies In Workplace AccidentA coal miner has died in a workplace accident in southern West Virginia.
West Virginia Lawmaker Being Treated At Hospital For CoronavirusA West Virginia lawmaker suffering from the coronavirus has been hospitalized.
Opioid Overdose Kits To Be Distributed In West Virginia CountiesMore than 150 volunteers will be handing out opioid overdose antidotes in two West Virginia counties on Wednesday.
Coronavirus In West Virginia: Judge Allows Ankle Monitors For People Who Test Positive But Refuse To QuarantineA West Virginia judge in the county with the state’s highest coronavirus caseload has approved strapping ankle monitors to people who test positive but refuse to quarantine.
W. Va. Police Warn Of Scam Calls Seeking Prepaid CardsPolice in West Virginia's largest county are warning residents about a scam in which callers pretending to be sheriff's deputies tell them to buy prepaid cards to use to pay fines or else face jail time.
W. Va. Won't Fight Challenge To Gay Marriage Ban West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey says his office will no longer fight a court challenge to West Virginia's ban on same-sex marriages.
Pittsburgh-Based Charity Sending Water To W. Va. Residents Affected By SpillEven though it's hundreds of miles away, Pittsburghers are helping out their neighbors in West Virginia.
Some Facilities Affected By W.Va. Spill May ReopenHealth officials in Kanawha and Putnam counties are working to reopen restaurants, daycare centers and other facilities that have closed because of a chemical spill.