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.
Neither politicians nor policies can undo what the market's done to coal.
Some fear job losses, others have questions about environmental cleanup
After a chemical spill last week, West Virginia is working to flush away contaminants in the water. But where is the regulation?