Five state lawmakers are asking the Supreme Court to rule whether Gov. Jim Justice has unlawfully held the Legislature out-of-session during the pandemic period.
On March 8, it was mostly business as usual in United States. As the Lakers faced the Clippers in a much-anticipated Los Angeles basketball matchup, Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., rallied before a packed crowd in Michigan. In Miami, thousands squeezed onto the beach for a massive dance party. W…
Gov. Jim Justice said Thursday he will announce initiatives on Friday intended to slow the spread of the coronavirus in West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle — possibly including mandatory face coverings — after the number of new cases in Berkeley and Jefferson counties spiked.
U.S. highways have been emptier during the coronavirus pandemic, but they also have been more deadly, according to statistics released Wednesday.
Citing health concerns and financial issues as the COVID-19 pandemic lingers into summer, a number of West Virginia cities and counties have already pulled the plug on swimming in public pools, while others remain indecisive.
As the Governor’s Office continues to authorize a wide variety of businesses and activities to reopen in West Virginia, the different rules and guidance for each can be confusing, the governor’s general counsel conceded Wednesday.
For the first time, an inmate in a state-run West Virginia prison or jail has tested positive for COVID-19, Gov. Jim Justice announced Tuesday.
WASHINGTON — Twenty-nine of the House’s most liberal Democratic members called Tuesday for the yearly national defense authorization bill to cut military spending — a declaration, they said, that is meant to focus federal resources on the coronavirus pandemic.
The state Division of Motor Vehicles will resume the remaining services that were put on hold as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, albeit with some modifications, beginning May 26.
FAYETTEVILLE — For West Virginia’s whitewater outfitters in the New River Gorge area, this weekend’s reopening of the state’s rafting season is eliciting elevated adrenaline levels and sighs of relief.
Gov. Jim Justice on Monday announced a rapid acceleration of his multi-week plan to bring West Virginia back online, announcing reopenings of shopping malls, bars, casinos, Limited Video Lottery, museums and other entities between Thursday and June 5.
New research has bolstered the hypothesis that summer’s heat, humidity, abundant sunshine and opportunities for people to get outside should combine to inhibit — though certainly not halt — the spread of the coronavirus.
Three more children that West Virginia sent to live in out-of-state facilities have tested positive for COVID-19, the state Department of Health and Human Resources announced Friday.
While restrictions meant to limit the spread of COVID-19 are being rolled back at the state level, advocates for Charleston people experiencing homelessness are preparing for a wave of evictions that could hit residents who are struggling financially in the wake of the pandemic.
With a last name like mine, I am in no position to cast the first stone at unusual names assigned to others. But in the case of the name selected for their newborn son by Elon Musk and his partner, Grimes, I may make an exception.
Churches in West Virginia have been given the green light to resume in-person services, but not everyone is rushing back to fill the pews.
Testing has opened up for the public in four communities this weekend in coordination with West Virginia’s minority health advisory group, but black leaders in the Eastern Panhandle are questioning their representation on the team.
Children who are homeschooled or attend private schools that don’t use the National School Lunch Program aren’t eligible for the previously announced roughly $313 per-child groceries relief, even if their families apply for it.
WASHINGTON — House Democrats moved toward passage Friday of a $3 trillion tax cut and spending bill that they have said would aim to address economic fallout from the coronavirus, directing huge sums of money into all corners of the economy.
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