West Virginia

Despite a deal that was set in place for teachers to receive a 5% pay raise, educators across West Virginia are still on strike for the seventh consecutive day, demanding better treatment from the state. Teachers had originally entered the West Virginia capitol on February 2. The group, originally from three counties has spread to […]

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West Virginia nonprofit director Pamela Ramsey Taylor lost her job after she referred to first lady Michelle Obama as an "ape in heels" in a November Facebook post. The termination coincided with a state agency vowing to keep a closer watch on the nonprofit Clay County Development Corp. following weeks of controversy.

Despite the racist scandal, Pamela Taylor, the director of the Clay County Development Corporation, will be back to work on Dec. 23.

Pamela Ramsey, a West Virginia non-profit director, will be allowed to return to work after calling Michelle Obama an "ape in heels."

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    DAYTON, Ohio (AP) – In the gloom of a quiet locker room after a painful NCAA tournament loss, Coach Mike Davis told his…