CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- Fifteen families who lost everything they owned to floodwaters were handed the keys to new, tiny homes Tuesday afternoon.
Through the "Big Hearts Give Tiny Homes" project, 15 homes were constructed by more than 2,000 students from 12 high schools across West Virginia.
All of the tiny homes were open to the public to tour at a special ceremony at the Airlift Wing of the West Virginia National Guard in Charleston.
Each tiny home is fully furnished with a living room, kitchen, bathroom and beds. They also come with heating units and washers and dryers.