U.S. Rep. Nick Rahall is playing partisan politics at the expense of all West Virginians. Despite the disastrous Obamacare rollout, Rahall continues to stand by the president in support of this mandate. Why won't Rahall defend his constituents against Obama's failed policies?
Receiving a permit to carry a concealed handgun in West Virginia is a privilege granted only to those of sound mind and a fairly clean police record.
Last Wednesday was the 50th day of the current 2014 session of the West Virginia Legislature. It was an important day because it was the last day for lawmakers in both the House of Delegates and state Senate to approve bills originating in the two respective chambers.
For many months now, construction on Interstate 64 between 29th street and 16th street has made an impact on everyone. We have all been caught up in traffic jams at the on ramp and slow-moving traffic. This is a very dangerous section of construction with no room for error. Concrete barriers and guard rails leave no shoulder or escape.
As we approach the final days of the 2014 legislative session in Charleston, legislators are focused on the issue of domestic methamphetamine production and abuse.
Perhaps parents are providing more nutritious meals to their young children. Maybe the reduction of marketing of junk foods and sugary drinks directly to young ones is having an effect. But whatever the reason, there is cause for some optimism that fewer of the nation’s young children are on a path to obesity.
Well I guess everyone who has cable television service has experienced the big blackout, if you don't have the required digital converter at the bargain basement price of just $1.99 a month per each. That's like going to the gas station and paying for gasoline and then having to fork over another two dollars for the nozzle to put it in your tank.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s approval of a powerful new painkiller is akin to adding fuel to a fire that’s already burning out of control.