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Those whose hopes have risen and fallen on the idea that a natural gas industry boom was "this close" to delivering a major boost to the Mid-Ohio Valley economy are likely beginning to ask themselves, "What happened?"
The House votes today on a bill that seeks to clarify federal Environmental Protection Agency regulations pertaining to fly ash
Congressman McKinley sat down with Bridgeport officials to discuss the future of the city.
West Virginia has worst unemployment rate in nation
For 35 years, Congress has wrestled with how to deal with the 140 million tons of coal ash produced across 49 states.
According to a 2012 study, a new Stream Buffer Zone rule could kill between 55,150 and 79,870 coal related mining jobs across the U.S.