Protesters still in jail after Saturday arrest

More than 50 activists from the group, Radical Action for Mountain People's Survival protested over the weekend at a Patriot Coal mining property in the Kanawha State Forest, and 20 were arrested and charged with trespassing and obstructing. A spokesperson for the group says they're trying to raise half a million dollars to bail out those arrested. The protesters were arraigned in Lincoln County Magistrate Court and are being held in Western Regional Jail, each in lieu of a $25,000 bail.