A secretly recorded speech by Murray Energy boss is at center of a legal dispute.
Economics of Disaster
With 2018's hurricane season starting, some families are still recovering from last year's storms.
Flat or reduced spending in education has meant lower or stagnant salaries and reductions to benefits.
West Virginia teachers head back to the classroom Thursday morning after a four-day teacher’s strike culminated in a deal with the governor for a 5 percent pay increase. It’s being seen as a victory for teachers unions across the country.…
Tourism economy around natural beauty is starting to replace extractive industries in some former West Virginia and PA coal towns.
The lives of doctors — especially primary care doctors — are evolving in this post-Obamacare world.
Marketplace followed this mother from welfare to work 20 years ago.
Flooding is the most expensive — and most frequent — natural disaster.
Josephine Moore faced the "end of welfare as we knew it." Now, she's treading water.
Relatively few West Virginians work in coal mines, but those that do have nowhere to go.