West Virginia

U.S. News
A spokesman said the Anti-Defamation League will aid in Holocaust-related training after cadets were fired for making a Nazi salute.
Politics
The growth rate was the slowest since 1917 to 1918, when the nation was involved in World War I, according to new Census Bureau numbers.
U.S. News
Trainees and staffers with a state agency gave the salute in a class photo, saying they were honoring an instructor.
Politics
Some of the most conservative corners of the country passed local laws to protect LGBTQ people this year, bolstering the argument for state and federal protections.
U.S. News
The new rule stripping rights from LGBTQ children and adults goes to the rest of the Legislature for final approval next month.
Politics
State officials are investigating who was involved in photo of a recent correctional officer training class.
Crime
A "person of interest" reportedly has been identified in deaths at a VA hospital in West Virginia. Two cases have been ruled homicides.
Politics
The centrist Democrat held the governorship from 2005 to 2010 and had previously said he was unhappy in his role as senator.
Politics
The president says the state is "producing record setting numbers." In fact, it has the lowest median income in the U.S. and one of the highest poverty rates.
U.S. News
The "King of Coal," who founded one of the country's most productive mining firms, died Thursday.
Politics
Teachers went on strike in February over a bill they opposed. A few months later, they face the same fight.
Politics
Many who attended Warren's event in West Virginia were just happy to see a politician show up to talk about their problems.
U.S. News
This newly released dashcam footage shows a police officer beating a teen until his body goes limp.
Politics
The West Virginia lawmaker said he wouldn't support the Equality Act as written, specifically pointing to provisions for transgender students.
Politics
The sign loomed over a table loaded with other Islamophobic flyers on a “WV GOP Day” at the legislature Friday.
Women
NASA renamed a West Virginia facility in her honor, 57 years after her calculations helped the first American orbit the Earth.
Education
Last year's fight was over compensation. This year's fight was over charter schools.
Politics
They say they don't trust leadership in the state Senate to not revive an education reform bill they oppose.
Education
Republican lawmakers are seeking to create charter schools, a move many teachers see as retaliation for their previous walkout.
U.S. News
Pamela Taylor was fired from her county job in 2016 after making a racist comment about the then-first lady on Facebook.