National Nurses Day is observed every year on May 6
Kanawha health chief says additional precautions will be taken, including contact tracing of children and families.
The state Department of Health and Human Resources will preside over the COVID-19 Advisory Commission on African American Disparities.
Justices on the nation's highest court will hear arguments in its next term about the statute's legal standing.
Secretary of State Mac Warner says nearly 182,000 voters have applied for ballots in pandemic-impacted election.
Clay County has its first COVID-19 case.
Justice answered questions for during daily COVID-19 briefing on Wednesday.
Tim Flynn's rebuild of the wrestling program will soon enter its third season.
Additional benefits available under the CARES Act.
Purchase made in Berkeley County.
25 tons of items donated; $53,000 donated.
Students get 3 hours each.
Expressions in Hair owner appeard on Wednesday's MetroNews 'Talkline.'
The boys basketball all-star contest will likely be held on the same date.
50,000 masks obtained by state fasten around the ear instead of around the back of the head.
In Mason County, the last day for remote learning for students was June 5th.
Wednesday morning rate at 2.24 percent.
Mayor Amy Shuler Goodwin says threat of COVID-19 is too great to have outdoor events each Friday this summer.
Reopening is deliberately slow in W.Va. according to State Corona virus Czar Dr. Clay Marsh to watch out for any spread resulting from restarts. Governor Justice is holding out hope for summer youth sports and other activities, but no dates are set for a restart. The Catholic Church in West Virginia is working on a
State and federal health officials recommend we wear a mask when out in public because of the COVID-19 pandemic. “CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other social distancing measures are difficult to maintain (e.g., grocery stores and pharmacies), especially in areas of significant community-based transmission,” according to the agency’s website. CDC