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.
After an astonishingly successful run – buying up and forgiving debt – the Rolling Jubilee has said it is time to do more: organizing debtors to speak up for themselves.
The massive data security breach at Target stores that exposed debit and credit card information for millions of shoppers is leading to even more dangers.
Charges that medical complications from abortions send women to a Charleston emergency room on a weekly basis are not supported by the public record.
West Virginia is considering shipping inmates to an out-of-state private prison, as a temporary solution to overcrowding.