First thing’s first: Kudos to Gov. Jim Justice and his administration for committing to again publicly reporting COVID-19 outbreaks in schools. There was no reason for West Virginia to stop doing this, especially when everything regarding COVID-19 in the state lately has centered around wher…

What is going to happen when the influenza hits while COVID-19 remains a rampant problem in the United States? No one really knows for sure, according to a recent article in the Journal of the American Medical Association.

Gov. Jim Justice is right that absolutely as many West Virginians as are able should be getting tested for COVID-19. It’s not only important for your own health and the health of those around you in the face of a global pandemic, but it also gives public health officials crucial data for dea…

Gov. Jim Justice continued to talk out of both sides of his mouth Tuesday, citing the dangers of the coronavirus pandemic and his concern for the health of West Virginians, while also unveiling new metrics that will make it easier for schools that would be disqualified under previous state g…

For many parents of children from kindergarten to high school, the first day of the new school year is bittersweet. It marks a milestone and growth that can be measured in pride and sentiment. For the students, especially younger ones, it can be a time of excitement mixed with nervousness.

When thinking of West Virginia exports, coal and natural gas typically top the list. Then there’s the massive cultural export the state has in Mountain Stage, the live music show recorded (primarily) in Charleston that airs on hundreds of public radio stations across the country and beyond.