The Rev. William J. Barber II, a national advocate for the poor, is planning a march Monday in front of U.S. Sen. Joe Manchin’s Charleston office to advocate for a $15 an hour minimum wage.
In a presentation to Kanawha County’s HIV task force Thursday, representatives from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention referred to the continuing spread of HIV in the county as “the most concerning [HIV outbreak] in the United States.”
Kanawha County public school students enrolled for in-person instruction will now be in classrooms March 8-12, alongside their teachers.
More than 300 Kanawha County residents received vaccines Thursday in North Charleston as the county health department continued its efforts to bring shots to minority communities and meet people where they are.
For the second time in less than three years, the Charleston City Council is readying to vote on restricting needle exchange programs.
Kanawha County Board of Education members voted 4-1 Tuesday afternoon to keep Tom Williams as their superintendent for four more years, the longest contract they were legally allowed to provide.
Four-year-old Zureigh Lee helps Charleston Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin push the button turning on the city’s Christmas tree in the center of Slack Plaza Thursday evening as the girl’s father, Lequan Lee, and Morgan Morrison and Cortney Marsh of Rock City Cake Co., and Vasilia Scouras and her da…
Kanawha County Clerk Vera McCormick has tested positive for COVID-19 and is currently hospitalized, she said in a statement Thursday evening.
In August 1985, eight months after the leak of a highly toxic gas called methyl isocyanate from a Union Carbide Corporation pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, that killed thousands and caused permanent disabilities or premature death for many thousands more, an accidental release of aldicarb …
The criminal trial for a Clendenin man accused of beating a 77-year-old woman to death during an alleged crime spree on Charleston’s West Side has been delayed until next year.
Employees at the Kanawha-Charleston Health Department will receive $500 as a one-time hazard pay for their work during the COVID-19 pandemic, the department’s Board of Health unanimously voted Thursday.
A longtime staple in the Kanawha Valley, Camp Virgil Tate is feeling the brunt of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kanawha County Board of Education voted unanimously Thursday to pay about $30.7 million for a new school to replace Clendenin Elementary, which was vacated after the June 2016 flood damaged it.
No, the colors in West Virginia’s school reopening map don’t match the Harvard Global Health Institute map that inspired it. Social media and reporters have highlighted this, repeatedly.