Medicaid is undergoing a major review to determine the eligibility of millions, but not everyone is getting the notice. For this Us & Them, we look at changes to a health care safety net program that serves more than 90 million low-income Americans.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Seven years after the historic floods of 2016, the state has finally completed nearly all of the houses and bridges that were damaged in the deadly flood.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
During Wednesday’s briefing, Gov. Jim Justice announced that the West Virginia Water Development Authority (WDA) recently approved more than $31 million for 17 infrastructure-related projects funded by the Economic Enhancement Grant Fund.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
In his Tuesday coronavirus briefing, Gov. Jim Justice repeated his belief that the “big fix” to flood control is building “lots of dams and lakes.”Continue Reading Take Me to More News
There’s a struggle to break ground on the construction of three public schools originally damaged by flooding six years ago.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
West Virginia Department of Economic Development Community Advancement and Development Division updates Joint Legislative Committee on Flooding on RISE program.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Five years ago, on June 23, muddy waters ravaged parts of the state in epic flooding that killed 23 people. It was the third deadliest flood in West Virginia. Since then, a lot of the recovery work has been completed by volunteers and there's still work to do.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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