Criminal charges against former Massey CEO Don Blankenship have returned attention to a basic question: How can America’s coal mines be made safer?
Worried about losses to wildlife, hunting and fishing groups are backing limits on carbon pollution from power plants.
A new survey finds broad support across party lines and age for the value of Social Security – even when it comes to paying a little more to expand benefits.
A tour called Put the Middle Class First pulls into West Virginia this week with events in Charleston and Huntington.
Utilities in several states are turning to new charges to make up for revenue they’re losing to homes with solar power.
West Virginia ranks low for consumer energy efficiency in a new report, mostly because of wasteful home energy use.
An energetic group of student activists from Wyoming County is receiving national recognition for its efforts against substance abuse.
West Virginia has passed neighboring Virginia in the percentage of citizens with health coverage, mostly thanks to Medicaid expansion.
Conservationists are worried about plans to run a huge gas pipeline through national forests in West Virginia and Virginia.
At the ripe old age of 79, Social Security is helping West Virginia residents and the economy.