Homelessness

Dozens Pay Tribute To Homeless Vietnam War Veteran In Dunbar

Ronald Tittle, a Vietnam War veteran, was homeless when he died, with no known family.

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W.Va.’s First Study On Homelessness Released

There’s not just a single reason that people end up being homeless in West Virginia, according to a new study.

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New Shelter Funding System A Boon For Some, Problem For Others

13 West Virginia shelters applied for state funding this year, but ultimately 11 shelters were awarded funds.

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W.Va.’s Legislative Scorecard And A Look At Compassion Fatigue On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, we speak with Judy Ball, chair of the Legislative Action Workgroup for the League of Women Voters of West Virginia, to break down the state's 2024 Legislative Scorecard. Also, we hear an excerpt from our Us & Them episode, "Compassion Fatigue."

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