Where would we be without Obama?
With our unprecedented advances in computing, robotics, artificial intelligence and biotechnology, the future of science and technology is certainly promising.
An 18-year-old West Virginia University student died this fall in an alcohol-related accident.
The nearly 200 people who turned out for the first "What's Next, Huntington?" forum last week offered a wide range of viewpoints on the key factors facing the region's economic future.
Declining interest in greyhound racing has put the industry's future in West Virginia in doubt - at least in the eyes of a consulting firm commissioned to study the issue.
Raising minimum wage does not help
Well, Governor Romney, you probably don't remember it, but three years ago this month I wrote a column for this newspape ...
The problem of drug addiction in West Virginia - and other parts of Appalachia, for that matter - is a moving target.
US needs more qualified leaders
High on congressional Republicans' priority list for 2015 has been passing a bill to authorize the Keystone XL pipeline's completion from the Canadian border down through the plains states to Louisiana and Texas, on behalf of the Canadian oil company, TransCanada. Bad idea.