What's Driving Up The Cost Of Electricity? Group Says It's Not Renewables

The group specifically cites West Virginia and its near total reliance on coal to supply its power.

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Navigating Early Childhood Nutrition And How A Plant Closure Is Affecting A PA City, This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, from allergies to introducing solids, the first few years of a child's life have a surprising number of decisions for parents to make. In our latest entry of "Now What? A Series on Parenting," Chris Schulz talks with Isabela Negrin, an assistant professor of pediatrics at WVU Medicine, about the ins and outs of early childhood nutrition.

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Conserving W.Va. History, Joining A Silent Book Club And Celebrating Tourism, This West Virginia Week

On this West Virginia Week, we spend some time in the Eastern Panhandle and learn about a new Battlefield Park, hear from a Harpers Ferry author and explore the unknown future of the John Brown Wax Museum. We also travel to Morgantown to experience a Silent Book Club, and then south to Logan County to check out the hopes riding on the inaugural Governor’s School for Tourism.

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Rail Shipments From January To June Show Bleak Picture For Coal

Railroads loaded 17 percent fewer cars of coal in the first six months of the year, according to a rail industry trade group.

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