A murky outlook for Ukraine aid with U.S. House leadership in turmoil

BY: - October 5, 2023

WASHINGTON — Additional military and humanitarian aid for Ukraine was on shaky ground earlier this week, before U.S. House Republicans evicted Kevin McCarthy from the speaker’s office. The revolt by eight members of the House GOP Conference, largely spurred by bipartisan deals McCarthy struck on the debt limit and a short-term government funding bill, complicated […]

Justice announces $2 billion hydrogen plant to be built in Mason County

BY: - August 16, 2023

Point Pleasant will be the site of a hydrogen production facility and data center, a $2 billion investment, Gov. Jim Justice announced Wednesday.  Houston-based Fidelis New Energy has selected Mason County for the Mountaineer GigaSystem and Monarch Cloud Campus.  The company will implement proprietary technology to enable production of hydrogen with zero lifecycle carbon emissions […]

A woman stands in her kitchen, cutting up grape tomatoes while a phone on a tripod films her livestream cooking class.

Amid rising hunger, educators find success teaching kids virtually how to grow and cook food

BY: - July 17, 2023

Heather Cook slices bright cherry tomatoes then places the halves into a glass bowl in her kitchen in Barboursville. On a Friday in July, she’s preparing what she calls an “easy caprese” salad. Next, it’s time to add cheese. Though she’s alone in her kitchen, kids and adults around West Virginia are watching her step-by-step […]