West Virginians with disabilities band together, taking their concerns to Charleston, on Wednesday.
With the area's second winter snowstorm closing schools, educators now have to think ahead to making up those missed days.
A voter ID bill is under consideration in the West Virginia Legislature, but County Clerk Mark Rhodes doesn't believe it's necessary in Wood County or in West Virginia.
Investigators want documents about projects that may have required approval from the government during Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state.
Police Chief Art Acevedo said that if initial calls had said a naked man was involved, more officers and a mental health officer would have responded.
The pact on a nationwide cessation of hostilities and increased humanitarian aid comes after marathon talks that included Russia and other nations.
The Oregon sheriff who had to deal with the weeks-long occupation of a wildlife refuge made an emotional plea to all decent Americans on Thursday.
Dr. Michael Baden is set to release results of an independent review commissioned by the family of Shannan Gilbert.
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