With higher risks of relapse during COVID-19, communities are finding new ways to support each other.
The state has a crucial role in the high-stakes fight to prevent DAPL from doubling its capacity.
A movement to grant rights to the environment tests the power of local control.
How the agency’s role as steadfast defender of the Ohio River has changed over time.
The Seneca Nation and the building of the Kinzua Dam.
A Pittsburgh-area test case in working across political boundaries to address flooding.
The West Virginia community is left to grapple with the consequences of C8 contamination.
The first person in West Virginia to die from the Spanish flu pandemic was an incarcerated Black man.
On the most populated Ohio River island, this beekeeper found a way to better himself and his community.
What the petrochemical buildout along the Ohio River means for communities in the region and beyond.
West Virginians hope elk restoration can help post-mining ecology and local economies recover.
The current system is bulky, inequitable, and bad for the environment. Can small-scale cooperatives save it?