Dawn LeBlond and Christian Lopez got engaged on Seneca Rock in 2020. In August 2021, they brought eight guests along to climb it on their wedding day.
Two weeks of paid leave would've allowed Edmund Vance to keep his mining job. It took four years for him and his wife, JoAnna, to financially recover.
"I'll make a decision after [the] 2022 election, November ... So I would make a decision then, I wouldn't make it now," he said in a recent interview.
Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia has pushed against including paid leave in Democrats' spending plan. It "breaks my heart," Khrista Messinger said.
Democrats are trying to negotiate with members who have outright opposed or expressed reservations about a methane emissions fee.
Petitioners in the case asked the court to intervene immediately, despite the agency's current efforts to draft new carbon emission regulations.
The coal sector has been in decline in West Virginia for decades, but it's a powerful force in the state's identity and politics.
"I have no control of the rumors, guys," Manchin told a group of reporters before adding that the Mother Jones report was "bullshit."
The Mountain State lawmaker did not take kindly to the pressure campaign for him to back a more robust Democratic-led infrastructure bill.
Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia raised $1.6 million in the third quarter, with over $400,000 coming from the oil and gas industry.
"Elect more liberals," Manchin told reporters on Thursday, explaining that he doesn't agree with spending $3.5 trillion on the reconciliation effort.
The governor won't be mandating the vaccine for residents, but he is "highly encouraging" them to get it amid a sharp rise in cases.
The state received 7,500 applicants for the program and only selected 53 people for its inaugural class.
The private liberal arts college announced it will charge any unvaccinated students a $750 fee if they don't prove they're protected against COVID-19.
The private liberal arts college announced it will charge any unvaccinated students a fee of $750 this fall.
West Virginia in recent weeks has been seeing a spike in confirmed COVID-19 cases, which officials attributed to the more infectious Delta variant.
The judge said he had been provided with "scant evidence" that the anti-trans law "addresses any problem at all, let alone an important problem."