HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Many West Virginia students won’t be getting the school meals they depend on during this week’s two-day statewide walkout for teachers and school service workers.

To help with that, many food banks and other organizations across the Mountain State are working to distribute additional food to the students who may be in danger of going hungry.

On Monday, volunteers worked at Huntington’s Facing Hunger Foodbank to pack up 700 backpacks with food to be distributed to students largely in Cabell County and Wayne County…read more