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In , McDowell County had the highest rate of drug-induced deaths of any county in the United States, with a rate of deaths per , people. West Virginia's capital and seat of government is the city of Charleston , located in the southwest area of the state. The West Virginia Legislature is bicameral. It is a citizen's legislature, meaning that legislative office is not a full-time occupation, but rather a part-time position. Consequently, the legislators often hold a full-time job in their community of residence.
Typically, the legislature is in session for 60 days between January and early April. The final day of the regular session ends in a bewildering fury of last-minute legislation to meet a constitutionally imposed midnight deadline. During the remainder of the year, monthly interim sessions are held in preparation for the regular session.
Legislators also gather periodically for 'special' sessions when called by the governor. The title of Lieutenant Governor is assigned by statute to the Senate President. The governor, elected every four years on the same day as the U.
Presidential election, is sworn in during the following January. Governors of West Virginia can serve two consecutive terms but must sit out a term before serving a third term in office.
West Virginia is one of nineteen states that do not have a death penalty , and it is the only state in the southeastern United States to have abolished it. For the purpose of courts of general jurisdiction, the state is divided into 31 judicial circuits.
Each circuit is made up of one or more counties. Circuit judges are elected in partisan elections to serve eight-year terms. West Virginia's highest court is the Supreme Court of Appeals. West Virginia is one of 11 states with a single appellate court.
The state constitution allows for the creation of an intermediate court of appeals, but the Legislature has never created one. The Supreme Court is made up of five justices, elected in non-partisan elections to year terms.
West Virginia is an alcoholic beverage control state. However, unlike most such states, it does not operate retail outlets, having exited that business in It retains a monopoly on wholesaling of distilled spirits only. At the state level, West Virginia's politics were largely dominated by the Democratic Party from the Great Depression through the s. This was a legacy of West Virginia's very strong tradition of union membership. After the midterm elections, Democrats controlled the governorship, the majority of statewide offices, and one U.
Senate seat, while Republicans held one U. Senate seat, all three of the state's U. House seats, and a majority in both houses of the West Virginia Legislature. In the elections, the Republicans held on to their seats and made gains in the State Senate and gained three statewide offices.
Since , West Virginians have supported the Republican candidate in every presidential election. The state is regarded as a "deep red" state at the federal level. In the presidential election, Republican Donald Trump won the state with Evangelical Christians comprised 52 percent of the state's voters in Commercial air travel is facilitated by airports in Charleston, Huntington, Morgantown, Beckley, Lewisburg, Clarksburg, and Parkersburg. The cities of Charleston, Huntington, Beckley, Wheeling, Morgantown, Clarksburg, Parkersburg and Fairmont have bus-based public transit systems, and the Huntington and Charleston systems jointly operate a twice per weekday interconnecting service.
West Virginia University in Morgantown boasts the PRT personal rapid transit system , the state's only single rail public transit system. Developed by Boeing , the WVU School of Engineering and the Department of Transportation , it was a model for low-capacity light transport designed for smaller cities. Recreational transportation opportunities abound in West Virginia, including hiking trails,  rail trails ,  ATV off-road trails,  white water rafting rivers,  and two tourist railroads, the Cass Scenic Railroad  and the Potomac Eagle Scenic Railroad.
West Virginia is crossed by six interstate highways. I enters the state near White Sulphur Springs in the mountainous east, and exits for Kentucky in the west, near Huntington. I enters from Virginia in the south, near Bluefield. It runs north past Parkersburg before it crosses into Ohio.
It was constructed beginning in as a two lane road, but rebuilt beginning in to interstate standards. Today almost nothing of the original construction remains. I 's western terminus is in Morgantown. From there it runs east into Maryland. At the I terminus in Morgantown, it meets I , which enters from Pennsylvania and runs through the state to its southern terminus in Charleston. I briefly runs through West Virginia, crossing the northern panhandle through Wheeling , while I is a bypass of Wheeling making Wheeling among the smallest cities with an interstate bypass.
I also briefly runs in West Virginia through the Eastern Panhandle where it goes through Martinsburg. The interstates are supplemented by roads constructed under the Appalachian Corridor system.
Four Corridors are complete. Corridor L, carrying US 19, runs from the Turnpike at Beckley to I near Sutton and provides a short cut of about 40 miles and bypasses Charleston's urban traffic for traveler heading to and from Florida. As of , a section from Weston to Elkins, and another section from Wardensville to near Scher are complete. Other projects under development are a four-lane upgrade of US 35 from Scott Depot to the Ohio River at Point Pleasant, which is about two-thirds complete; a four lane upgrade of WV 10 from Logan to Man and then of WV 80 from Man to Gilbert, which is about one-third complete; and four lane upgrades to US 52 from Bluefield to Williamson, known as the "King Coal Highway" and from Williamson to Huntington, known as the "Tolsia Highway" which are many years from completion.
Rail lines in the state used to be more prevalent, but many lines have been discontinued because of increased automobile traffic. Many old tracks have been converted to rail trails for recreational use, although the coal producing areas still have railroads running at near capacity. Amtrak 's Cardinal roughly parallels I's path through the state. MARC trains serve commuters in the eastern panhandle. Government approved a plan to modify many of the rail tunnels in West Virginia, especially in the southern half of the state, to allow for double stacked cars see inter-modal freight.
This is expected to also help bring economic growth to the southern half of the state. Because of the mountainous nature of the entire state, West Virginia has several notable tunnels and bridges.
The bridge is also pictured on the West Virginia state quarter. The Fort Steuben Bridge Weirton-Steubenville Bridge was at its time of construction one of only three cable-stayed steel girder trusses in the United States. The Wheeling Suspension Bridge was the first bridge built across the Ohio River in and for a time was the longest suspension bridge in the world.
It is still the oldest vehicular suspension bridge in the United States still in use. Originally, the state capital was in Wheeling to It was then moved to Charleston, a more central city to However it was returned to Wheeling in , until the capitol burned down in It was moved back to Charleston in , and it has been there since. West Virginia is also home to several professional minor league baseball, football, soccer, and other sports teams. West Virginia's folk heritage is a part of the Appalachian folk music tradition, and includes styles of fiddling , ballad singing, and other styles that draw on Scots-Irish music.
The first conductor was William R. Wiant, followed by the conductor Antonio Modarelli, who was written about in the November 7, Time Magazine for his composition of the River Saga , a six-section program piece about the Kanawha River according to the Charleston Gazette ' s November 6, photo essay, "Snapshots of the 20th Century".
The Pulitzer Prize -winning 20th-century composer George Crumb was born in Charleston and earned his bachelor's degree there before moving outside the state. There had also been a series of operatic style concerts performed in Wheeling during mid-century as well. The West Virginia Cultural Center in Charleston  is home to the West Virginia Division of Culture and History,  which helps underwrite and coordinate a large number of musical activities.
The center is also home to Mountain Stage , an internationally broadcast live-performance music radio program established in that is carried by many affiliates of National Public Radio. The center hosts concerts sponsored by the Friends of Old Time Music and Dance, which brings an assortment of acoustic roots music to West Virginians. Huntington's historic Keith-Albee Theatre , built by brothers A. Hyman, was originally opened to the public on May 7, , and hosts a variety of performing arts and music attractions.
The theatre was eventually gifted to Marshall University and is currently going through renovation to restore it to its original splendor. Every summer Elkins hosts the Augusta Heritage Festival, which brings folk musicians from around the world. The Mountaineer Opera House in Milton hosts a variety of musical acts. The song mentions the Shenandoah River and the Blue Ridge Mountains , both features traversing the easternmost extremity of the state's "eastern panhandle", in Jefferson County.
It is a day full day of music by community groups, food, and family fun, culminating in a free performance by the West Virginia Symphony Orchestra with a fireworks display following. The event began in and is held on the front lawn of the University of Charleston. It is for the eight public high schools in Kanawha County.
The festival began in In June, , Bethesda Game Studios announced that the upcoming Fallout 76 video game would be set in a post-apocalyptic West Virginia. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see West Virginia disambiguation and WV disambiguation. The Flag of West Virginia. The Seal of West Virginia. History of West Virginia. Prehistory of West Virginia.
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