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.
West Virginia Man Accused Of Shooting And Killing Pregnant Woman Taken Into CustodyA man who allegedly shot and killed a pregnant woman then fled in a stolen police cruiser has been taken into custody.
COVID-19 Vaccine Exemption Bill Passes West Virginia HouseA bill to limit West Virginia employers' ability to require workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus passed the House of Delegates on Friday.
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.
Gov. Jim Justice Introduces Bill To Limit Employers' Ability To Require COVID-19 Vaccine In West VirginiaWest Virginia employers would be limited in their ability to require workers to be vaccinated against the coronavirus under a bill introduced by Gov. Jim Justice.
West Virginia Lawmakers Set To Start Redistricting SessionWest Virginia’s special legislative session on redistricting starts Monday as lawmakers deal with one less congressional seat and make wholesale changes in the House of Delegates.
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.
COVID-19 Death Toll Continues To Climb In West VirginiaThe death toll continues to surge from the coronavirus pandemic in West Virginia.
West Virginia Governor Jim Justice Rescued After Being Trapped In Malfunctioning ElevatorA malfunction caused West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice to become trapped in the elevator at the governor’s residence.
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.