Many growers across the country have been left without a market due to oversupplied apple processors. West Virginia rescued its surplus, with a plan that donates apples to hunger-fighting charities.
Experts say the request is a long shot, legally speaking. But even if it fails, it could still be a win for Trump politically. NPR traveled to West Virginia to explore why.
An empty coal train hit a rockslide along tracks in West Virginia on Wednesday morning, causing a fiery derailment that injured three crewmembers, CSX Transportation said in a statement.
A bill that would allow concealed weapons to be carried on West Virginia college campuses passed by a landslide in the state's House of Delegates. It heads to the desk of Republican Gov. Jim Justice.
A reporter was dismissed after state officials complained — the latest instance of political pressure on the station from Gov. Jim Justice's administration and some state legislators.
Supporters of abortion rights have filed separate lawsuits challenging abortion pill restrictions in North Carolina and West Virginia. The lawsuits were filed Wednesday.
What would a world without medical debt look like? In Germany's former coal-mining region medical debt is almost unknown, despite economic challenges and health problems. Here's why.
Manchin announced he had contracted the virus and was experiencing mild symptoms Monday morning.
As a young Marine corporal, Williams went ahead of his unit during the Battle of Iwo Jima in the Pacific Ocean in February 1945 and eliminated a series of Japanese machine gun positions.
A religious service held in a public school ignites a debate about the separation of church and state.
The state's ban on nuclear plants was enacted in 1996, but nuclear power has gained support as a tool to keep climate change under control and other states are transitioning away from fossil fuels.
Results from the governor's rapid test Tuesday morning came back negative. However, results from his PCR test came back positive, according to a statement.
As Democrats try to pass their massive multi-trillion-dollar spending bill with a simple majority vote, lots of things might be included but other things might not. And it all goes back to one man.
As a landmark federal opioid trial nears completion, West Virginia communities are demanding $2.5 billion in compensation. Drug firms say they acted responsibly in shipping millions of pills.
Several states — including Ohio, California, Colorado and Maryland — have created vaccination incentive programs to get more teens and adults fully immunized against the coronavirus.