Reta Mays, whose name was made public Tuesday, was charged with injecting multiple people with excess insulin, resulting in their deaths.
New infections have surged in North Dakota, Montana, Colorado, Minnesota and West Virginia.
The U.S. reported more than 59,000 new infections on July 8, while Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, Utah and West Virginia set single-day records the same day.
Julie Wheeler, 43, of Beckley, West Virginia, will spend 42 months in federal prison and pay restitution of $289,055.07, according to a statement released Tuesday by the U.S. Department of Justice.
Governor Jim Justice confirmed the removal of Martin Hess over "inflammatory" posts.
The governor later said his remarks were made specifically in response to "the Obama Administration's War on Coal" and its effect on his state.
Entomologists predict that as many as 1.5 million cicadas could gather per acre in certain states as adults emerge from the soil to breed.
Governor denies saying explicit word while announcing that some businesses in the state can reopen.
"While I surely understand the need to transfer prisoners from time to time, now—in the midst of this pandemic—seems unwise and unnecessary," Governor Justice wrote Friday.
Life still won't look as it did back in January, but governors are taking steps to slowly get back to normalcy.
Alabama, Idaho and Montana all announced their first cases of COVID-19 coronavirus Friday, leaving West Virginia the only state without any confirmed cases.
A contract between the West Virginia Division of Corrections and Rehabilitation and Global Tel Link has brought electronic tablets to 10 West Virginia prisons, but at a price.
Severe weather affected many parts of the eastern United States on Thursday evening and Friday morning.
No. 12 Baylor returns from its bye week as one of the only nine teams left undefeated in the FBS and will look to improve to 8-0.
Charleston, West Virginia, reversed their decision to rename their Christmas parade after complaints.
A gay high school student was allegedly raped months after complaints of bullying fell of deaf ears, according to a lawsuit filed by the boy's mother.
The National Weather Service has urged the public to stay safe in the excessive heat.
One of the deceased is reportedly a billionaire coal-mining tycoon from West Virginia. The others have not been identified.
Corey Michael Smith, 23, of Jacksonville, was detained after hitting another male, Devan Scott, on the head with the weapon, in what police were told was an unprovoked attack.
Storm and flood warnings remain in place after days of deadly weather in the Plains and Midwest.
The suspect provided the staffer with his name and phone number, allowing authorities to trace the call.
The jury reached a guilty verdict Friday.
Church leaders added: "In the midst of the smoke you can see Jesus. He was there with us! FREEDOM MINISTRIES IS UNDONE WE ARE NOT FINISH!!!"