A recent flurry of rock-throwing incidents involving hikers on Endless Wall Trail in New River Gorge National Park and Preserve imperiled climbers in the Diamond Point area and prompted park officials to announce such activity “could kill climbers and hikers below.”
One of the things I’ve noticed in this, my fourth go-round at covering redistricting, is how much the technology has changed.
Last week, North Korea’s ruling Workers’ Party organized a “Self-Defense Exhibition” attended by President Kim Jong Un, his sister Kim Yo Jong and four or five dozen of their closest, high-ranking, synchronized, hand-clapping friends from the Korean People’s Army.
Shiloh the dog had been missing for seven years, but thanks to a microchip it took almost no time for the shelter to get ahold of her family, who had long since moved away.
These are challenging times for everyone, both in the public and private sectors, something I know well as the president and CEO of HD Media and the minority leader in the West Virginia House of Delegates.
They may be celebrating their 100th anniversary amid the topsy turvy world of COVID-19, with limited inventory and scaled back hours, but the party will go on Saturday for Charleston Department Store owners and customers.
Dutch artist Vincent Van Gogh is having something of a renaissance right now. While a perennial favorite of art lovers for his colors and vision, right now there are at least two major immersive Van Gogh shows on the east coast. They’re in high demand and draw big crowds.
The first week of a special legislative session called to address congressional and legislative redistricting ended Friday with the House of Delegates adjourning until further notice and the Senate continuing to spin its wheels.
One day after West Virginia recorded its 4,000th COVID-19-related death, the number of active coronavirus cases in the state climbed back over 10,000 on Friday.
Two incumbent Republicans in the U.S. House whose West Virginia districts merged under a newly minted congressional map announced Thursday that they will run for reelection next year.
A bill requiring West Virginia businesses to allow for exemptions when mandating that employees be vaccinated against COVID-19 passed the House of Delegates on Friday after two hours of debate.
On Tuesday, West Virginia utility regulators approved Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power customers picking up a burden of nearly $22 million a year from Virginia and Kentucky ratepayers.
HUNTINGTON — With a rejuvenated district and upcoming Fall Fest, Lauren Kemp is hoping folks will come and take a new look at the area known as the Antiques Capital of West Virginia.
BridgeValley Community and Technical College officials are seeking to unload five buildings in Montgomery, a move that would slash the school’s footprint there by two-thirds.
Charleston city officials were joined Thursday by Spring Hill Cemetery Superintendent Larry Ford, members of the Friends of Spring Hill Cemetery Park & Arboretum and members of the Ratrie family as they opened the Mary Price Ratrie Arboretum at the hilltop cemetery.
West Virginia environmental regulators will hold a virtual meeting next week to take public comment on their plan to approve an air quality permit for a natural gas-fired power plant in Monongalia County.
A bill to define terms in state code that further weakens the autonomy of local health departments was passed by the West Virginia Senate on Wednesday and will be taken up for a second reading by the House on Friday.