Ocean trackers have shown at least seven of the enormous predators off the coasts of the two states in recent weeks.
A new rule requiring coal-fired power plants to remove ash and toxic metals from their wastewater has caused dozens to shut down or switch to natural gas.
The state Medical Examiner's Office is not allowed to place nearly 250 remains in a final resting place based on current state law.
The states join California, Colorado and New Mexico, which all enacted new policies in the hopes of curbing surges caused by end-of-year holiday gatherings.
Andrew Franklin Bush, 26, has been charged with second-degree murder and malicious assault following an incident last month.
The Republican could pull off a victory in an election that's being seen as a political test for the Democratic Party.
The college student found a set of stairs leading to an attic room, with windows, behind a fake wall in his pantry.
The man said CRT was the most important issue in Virginia's governor race, but didn't want to "get into the specifics" as he doesn't "understand it that much."
West Virginia's struggled to convince its adult population to get vaccinated against COVID-19 and it's projected to be the last state to reach the milestone.
A portion of the Ohio River was closed off while authorities worked to dismantle the "self-manufactured bomb."
The West Virginia senator on Wednesday rejected the report as "rumors" and "bulls**t," but later said "no one accepted" his offer of switching parties.
"I call him every week and say, 'Joe, you're doing great,'" billionaire Nelson Peltz said.
Manchin and Sanders have clashed in public statements amid divisions among Democrats around the $3.5 trillion infrastructure and social spending bill.
Democrats have argued that the funding is needed to help speed up the process of transitioning towards clean energy alternatives.
"The tyranny of Joe Manchin is a tragedy for the rest of us," Representative Ritchie Torres tweeted.
United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts stands by his friend Joe Manchin who seeks "innovation, not elimination" when it comes to fossil fuels.
"More help is on the way to households without broadband," said FCC Acting Chairwoman Jessica Rosenworcel.
"The knot was tied awful tight. And it's still holding," said 94-year-old groom Ulysses Dawson.
The West Virginia Democrat answered questions about the infrastructure bill he is holding out against.
The way to address climate change is with policies "that spur innovation not elimination," the West Virginia senator said.
"It's really hard to convince people to stay in a community where they don't think they'll have access to clean drinking water," Elizabeth Klein said.
About 45.4 percent of all West Virginians have been fully vaccinated against the virus, making it among the least-vaccinated states in the U.S.
"Jim Justice needs to decide what he wants to do with his time. He's a part-time governor, part-time businessman and part-time basketball coach," Isaac Sponaugle said.
It has among the lowest vaccination rates of any state, with just under 48 percent of its adult population fully vaccinated.
"If you're not vaccinated, you're part of the problem rather than part of the solution," West Virginia Governor Jim Justice has said in the past.
The Democratic senator has seen a steady decline in approval among the state's voters since 2019, but remains popular.
Data shows that while the rate of new cases is falling in some states, others are seeing a significant rise.
The $12,000 offer to move to Lewisburg, where roughly 4,000 live in the state's southeast, is accompanied by other incentives for a package worth over $20,000.
The former firefighter allegedly sexually assaulted a 16-year-old girl inside a fire station in January and burned the home of a 49-year-old woman in 2019.