The political climate has increased "the effort to inject religion into public schools more often," an ACLU attorney said.
Blankenship was sentenced to a year in prison in 2015 for conspiring to break mine safety laws after an investigation into the deaths of 29 miners in 2010.
West Virginia is a state that has been aggressive in taking advantage of opportunities offered by the federal government under the Affordable Care Act.
When the going gets tough, Americans used to get up and go. Not today they don't.
For those suffering from the symptoms of electromagnetic hypersensitivity, the town of Green Bank, West Virginia, provides a quiet refuge.
Hillary Clinton hasn't closed the deal yet, and there's not much indication she can before July.
More people in the U.S. died from opioid overdoses than car accidents in 2014.
Federal authorities say the man made bogus threats to blow up the landmark.
The fires that raged after the accident have stopped burning, but questions remain about oil and rail safety in a region known for toxic spills.
When a toxic leak threatens your water supply, just lower your pollution standards!
18-year-old Blair, a Republican, will become the youngest member of West Virginia's House of Delegates, and the youngest state lawmaker in the country.
Regulators face questions as residents deal with drinking water with a licorice-like chemical smell
A private test found very low levels of the toxin in a restaurant's water
Up to 300,000 people are without tap water after a chemical spill prompted Governor Earl Ray Tomblin to declare a state of emergency.