It is the most common chronic childhood disease, but across West Virginia and the nation, new requirements could help take a bite out of kids’ tooth decay.
State lawmakers are struggling to close a big budget hole, but a close look shows the legislature dug that pit with business tax cuts over the last eight years.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. – A decision about campaign donations and “free speech” is expected soon from the U.S. Supreme Court in a case that could end donation limits from individuals to federal candidates and their parties.
Hospital statistics directly contradict a Charleston doctor’s claims that abortions often cause health problems for West Virginia women.
Backed by government reform groups and a growing list of other organizations, 128 members of the House of Representatives have introduced the “Government by the People Act” to encourage citizens to take their government back from free-spending corporations.
One offshore loophole is costing West Virginians nearly $10 million in lost state taxes each year, according to a new analysis.
As the West Virginia Legislature debates raising the minimum wage, lawmakers will talk about how hard work is necessary to get ahead.
The Freedom chemical spill drew international attention, but researchers said it is hardly unique, since coal mining and processing have damaged West Virginia’s drinking water for years in ways often ignored before now.
Many West Virginians have decided that the lesson from the Freedom Industries chemical spill is to better protect their water from pollution.
Citizen groups hope they can get federal surface mine officials to address residents’ complaints they say West Virginia officials ignore.