A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit against the West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources alleging the department has harmed foster children through failure to address issues with the system.
With airline passenger boardings now approaching pre-pandemic levels, the U.S. Transportation Security Administration is offering tips to reduce delays and avoid points of physical contact at TSA security checkpoints.
Gov. Jim Justice on Thursday lamented the increasing number of COVID-19 cases being reported across the state, including a sharp rise in the number of delta variant cases.
CLARKSBURG — The Clarksburg Water Board has made $416,000 available in its budget to address lead found in some customers’ household drinking water.
A local substance use disorder treatment facility is suing the state and its contracted managed care organization for failure to enforce federal substance use disorder parity laws.
United Bankshares is surging, bolstered by last year’s acquisition of Carolina Financial Corporation and with another merger deal expected to be sealed year’s end.
I looked at the T-shirt on the wall and then back at the barista at the Espresso Yourself Coffee House, in Taylor County.
It is well accepted by most everyone involved in the landmark opioid trial that has taken place in Charleston over the past few months that there is a substance abuse epidemic in Huntington and Cabell County.
A bipartisan group of U.S. senators on Wednesday finally agreed on components of an infrastructure package that would green-light $550 billion in new spending.
Charleston police wounded a man Tuesday afternoon after he fled from a traffic stop and fired several rounds at a pursuing officer, authorities said.
WINFIELD — There was small turnout Tuesday in Putnam County for the first of 12 statewide public hearings on redrawing West Virginia’s legislative and congressional boundaries for the coming decade.
An explosion at a Belle chemical plant Wednesday morning resulted in no injuries or releases of chemicals into the environment, according to officials.
“West Virginia International Yeager Airport” might not roll off the tongue with the ease of the Charleston airport’s current name. But airport officials are hopeful the public will quickly adapt to using, and become adept at saying, the rebranded moniker when it becomes official on Jan. 1, 2022.
The Kanawha County Emergency Ambulance Authority will hire a Charleston accounting firm to conduct an audit after an employee alleged the misuse of funds.
Shade-tree mechanics have grumbled for decades that they can’t work on any vehicle made after, say, 1990. It’s the computerization of the blasted things.
A Charleston City Council committee has approved a bill that would ban conversion therapy on minors, moving the bill one step closer to becoming law.
The U.S. House of Representatives has again passed legislation aimed at protecting Americans from industrial chemicals whose extensive contamination and deleterious health effects have left a toxic legacy in West Virginia.
Public health officials, community leaders and first responders in Huntington and Cabell County are prepared in almost every way to address the substance abuse epidemic in their communities — they’re just missing the money they need to do it.
West Virginia’s four VA medical centers were named in a nationwide lawsuit filed in federal court last week alleging a number of facilities have not responded to public information requests seeking wait times and other records related to patient care.
A Kanawha County man who allegedly fled the scene of a fatal shooting Monday on Charleston’s West Side was arrested early Tuesday.