On this week's episode of Mountain Stage, you'll hear two premier West Virginia arts and culture organizations join forces for an epic show combining orchestral and pop tunes.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On this West Virginia Morning, illegally obtaining COVID-19 relief funds is being called “the greatest fraud of our generation.” One of the front liners in investigating COVID-19 fraud is Northern West Virginia U.S. Attorney William Ihlenfeld. Randy Yohe spoke with the federal prosecutor about the extent of this crime against taxpayers, and how the public can help fight back.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
The United States has built no new coal plants in more than a decade and is on track to close half its coal capacity by 2026.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Wayne County Schools plans to solarize all of their buildings in the county by 2025.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
On this West Virginia Week, we learned about mental health needs in southern West Virginia, and we heard about efforts to keep state agency emails as lawsuit evidence. We also have reports on the Hope Scholarship, renewable energy, conservation and a planned closure of a pharmacy.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
Though natural gas remains the dominant fuel for electricity, it is forecast to drop to 41 percent from 42 percent. Coal is expected to decline as well.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
As a share of U.S. electricity production, coal has done worse this year that it did in 2020.Continue Reading Take Me to More News
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