Cops Who Shot Homeless Man 22 Times While He Lay on the Ground Are Not Protected by Qualified Immunity, Appeals Court Rules
It's a perverse kind of progress, but it's progress all the same.
It’s not another Free State Project, just a way to live a better life during the coronavirus era.
In West Virginia, advocates have been fighting to pass the Tim Tebow Act since 2011. They're on the verge of scoring a partial legislative victory.
The tablets aren't supposed to replace regular books, but similar policies have led to restrictions on book donations and price-gouging in other states.
West Virginia's entire Supreme Court was impeached last week. And things have only gotten weirder since then.
The four justices allegedly spent more than $1 million in taxpayer funds on office renovations.
"The termination of Stephen Mader was yet another incident exposing the toxic culture that infects far too many police departments in America."
West Virginia governor says that Trump is "really interested. He likes the idea."
Stephen Mader didn't shoot a suicidal, gun-wielding man. For that, he says he was fired and called a coward.
Six states have approved cannabis for patients in the last year.
The ban makes it illegal for West Virginia doctors to perform "dilation & extraction" surgery, the most common and safest method for second-trimester abortions.
It already allowed open carry without a permit, as do 25 other states.
A family is taking the WV state police, a sergeant, and a trooper to court over a 2014 police shooting.
Appeals court agrees to hear challenge in March.
The bill echoes Arizona legislation struck down by a federal appeals court in 2013.
Owes more than $3 million to 20 creditors
300,000 people have had to use bottled water
Schools, businesses closed after a chemical spill in Charleston
Spill in the Elk River shuts down Charleston
Wants them clarified
One officer hurt by shattered glass, but no other injuries (besides the shooter) reported
Knows where her votes are, and they aren't in Washington