West Virginia

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.

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

William Ronald Pulliam, 62, allegedly shot 15-year-old James Harvey Means after the two bumped each other on the street.

Beverly Whaling, the mayor of Clay, West Virginia, has officially resigned after posting an approving comment on a racist Facebook post that compared First Lady Michelle Obama to an "ape in heels."

Rose believes that the rape accusations caused indelible harm to his image.

Pamela Taylor, the director at the non-profit Clay County Development Corporation, was given a pink slip on Monday for making racist comments about FLOTUS.

1. 1957: June 9, born to Odith and Ernest, Sr. in South Charleston, West Virgina. 2. 1979: Officially ordained to minister in the Church as a pastor. 3. 1982: First radio ministry, The Master’s Plan. 4. 1983: First conference, Back to the Bible, held at Temple of Faith. 5. 1987: Ordained into the Bishopric by […]