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The Charleston Police Department hosted a BBQ Drive-Thru Friday at the Beni Redeem Temple parking lot to raise money for the victims of the Jan. 25 Regal apartment fire.

Some Jan. 6 defendants who have expressed remorse in court for joining the pro-Trump mob that stormed the Capitol have later struck a different tone or downplayed the deadly riot publicly.

U.S. Agriculture officials have proposed new nutrition standards for school meals, including the first limits on added sugars. The proposed change would focus on sweetened foods such as cereals, yogurt, flavored milk and breakfast pastries.

A Campbells Creek business destroyed in a fire earlier this year is getting a little more help in its effort to rebuild and reopen.

For months, the Fed has been warily watching the economy’s robust job gains out of concern that employers, desperate to hire, will keep boosting pay and, in turn, keep inflation elevated.

European Union officials say the bloc will unveil its 10th package of sanctions against Russia on Feb. 24 to mark the anniversary of Moscow’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine.

The West Virginia House of Delegates on Friday approved a bill to ban gender-confirmation care for anyone younger than 18, even with parental consent.

WV lawmakers and the state auditor questioned Governor's Office oversight of $28.3M in CARES Act funding it transferred to an office-controlled fund that then distributed $10M to a new Marshall baseball stadium project:


West Virginia is the fifth least affordable state in the country — not because its cost of living is particularly high, but because wages are so low.

Sen. Manchin's resistance to the linchpin of Pres. Biden's climate agenda leaves West Virginians particularly prone to future climate impacts:

Several state employees have been suspended after a photo emerged depicting a training class of roughly 30 corrections officers performing a Nazi salute -- by @jake_zuckerman 

Public schools to stay closed Monday as teacher strike continues

When COVID-19 ravaged a black Baptist church community in North Central WV, residents reached out to their state lawmakers for help. Nobody returned their calls.

@SenSanders  appeared tonight in Charleston and urged @SenCapito  to vote against the Senate's ACA replacement bill.

All 55 WV counties have canceled school Thursday. The strike continues.

The Office of Congressional Ethics has released data indicating that more than a fifth of all matters it referred to the House Ethics Committee last year were regarding U.S. Rep. Alex Mooney, .