View NPR's maps and graphics to see where COVID-19 is hitting hardest in the U.S., which state outbreaks are growing and which are leveling off.
The West Virginia Department of Education announced that two counties will be remote learning-only for the week of Sept. 27. State officials rolled out updated data Saturday, Sept. 26 at 5 p.m. Kanawha and Wayne counties will not be open for in-person instruction this week.
‘It’s Not About History. It’s About The Future’: Holocaust Education Survey Shows Lack Of Knowledge Nationwide, In West VirginiaA report out last week suggests many younger Americans — including young West Virginians — have a lack of knowledge about the Holocaust. The findings of a survey on the matter come as a state commission to improve education on the atrocities of the Holocaust is seeing a revival.
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In this episode, we check in with potters, painters, writers, and action-figure makers, to see how they’re faring during the coronavirus pandemic.We also remember Elaine Purkey, one of West Virginia's most powerful social activists and musicians, who passed away earlier this month from COVID-19. And we’ll check in with artist Robert Villamagna who has been battling COVID-19 himself.
Hunger is one of the most urgent — yet hidden — crises facing the nation. In this special episode of All Things Considered, a look at how food insecurity has been exacerbated by the coronavirus.
Rockwool Facility In Jefferson County Under Investigation For Alleged Irresponsible Business ConductA Danish stone wool insulation manufacturing facility that has sparked two years’ worth of protests and division in the Eastern Panhandle is under investigation for political improprieties, air quality and water quality.
In a virtual press briefing Friday, Gov. Jim Justice addressed a letter sent to him by West Virginia House of Delegates member Danielle Walker, a Democrat from Monongalia County. The letter called on Justice to address a rise in white supremacy and messages of hate across West Virginia.
West Virginia schools that are experiencing outbreaks of COVID-19 will now be identified daily on the West Virginia Department of Education’s website.
Millions of federal monies have been given to West Virginia to create a revolving loan fund for small businesses.
Earlier in the day, the president said he expects this year's election results to go to the Supreme Court, defending his push to swiftly replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
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