This map found in the Library of Congress shows what Wheeling looked like in 1870 in incredible detail.
Is this the Morgantown you remember?
A look inside this Charleston tradition: The Peanut Shoppe on Capitol Street.
It’s hard to believe that in state whose largest private employer is Wal-Mart that so much industry existed.
Over 100 crewmen died on the USS West Virginia when it was sunk at Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941.
My grandfather, Paris Mitchem, was a McDowell County coal miner. Born in 1902 and passed in March 1979, these are the documents he left behind.
Life in these mountains has never been easy. But during the Great Depression, things got even tougher.
Not that long ago, many children went to work in West Virginia's coal mines and glass factories at a young age to support their families.
It's no secret that President John F. Kennedy loved West Virginia. We helped him get elected after all.
What's for dinner tonight in your house?