So far, enrollment numbers are off the pace set in 2017.
The Mountain State is at No. 49 in new report titled "Broken Promises to Our Children: A State-By-State Look at the 1998 Tobacco Settlement 20 Years Later."
Bob Troyer, former U.S. attorney for the District of Colorado, was the opening speaker at a Wednesday symposium in Charleston.
As of Tuesday, West Virginia Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster was reporting 407 open cases tied to June 2016 Flood.
Public schools were closed Monday in ten of the hardest hit counties.
Eighteen apartments are available through Project Hope for Women and Children.
Each year, Bricks Without Straw, based in Charleston, chooses one group to provide services to for free as part of the Frank Brown Community Partnership.
"A small purchase means a ton to small businesses," said Stephanie Bender, owner of S&T's Bees in Elkins.
Black Friday specials were available beginning on Thursday in parts of West Virginia.
Some locations will again open to shoppers on Thanksgiving.
State and city officials are looking for input on possible road upgrades to address safety, congestion and flooding.
Much of that decline may be due to pre-kindergarten enrollment date changes, according to Dr. Steven Paine.
In 99 percent of cases, kids knew their alleged abusers and 44 percent involved parents, according to information from the West Virginia Child Advocacy Network.
Together, those with the Mark Wahlberg Youth Foundation and the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration organized the event at the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center.
The last day with the West Virginia Community and Technical College System for Dr. Casey Sacks is Nov. 27.
Charleston Mayor Danny Jones is making his 4th term his last in the Capital City.
Former Congressman Evan Jenkins (R-W.Va.) resigned from the U.S. House seat in the 3rd Congressional District when he was appointed to the West Virginia Supreme Court earlier this year.
Incumbent Congressman Alex Mooney (R-W.Va.) was seeking a 3rd term in the U.S. House.
Democrat Kendra Fershee, a West Virginia University law professor, challenged 1st District Congressman David McKinley (R-W.Va.).
Open enrollment on West Virginia's health insurance exchange runs through Dec. 15.