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West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we travel to Loudendale, West Virginia, where James Shaffer has been making brooms by hand for more than 70 years. He says the business has changed.
And we hear Andrew Bird play "Pulaski at Night," on this week’s Mountain Stage song of the week.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Today marks 9 months since devastating flooding in the south-central part of the state took the lives of 23 West Virginians, damaging hundreds if not thousands of homes and businesses. Many communities are still recovering from that flooding, but lawmakers in the House are attempting to take steps to make sure floods aren’t as destructive in the future.

Eryn Roles / Appalachian Studies Association

West Virginia Public Broadcasting radio show and podcast Inside Appalachia has earned the Appalachian Studies Association’s e-Appalachia Award for Outstanding Website.

PBS NewsHour

On Friday Jan. 20, West Virginia Public Broadcasting will offer special coverage of all the events surrounding the inauguration of President-elect Donald Trump including the parade, Trump's speech, the oath of office, the counter protests and the Inaugural balls – complete with insights and analysis from reporters in the field.

Nam Y. Huh / Associated Press file photo

West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB) will provide extensive coverage of President-Elect Donald Trump's press conference on our statewide radio networks and online and wvpublic.org. Coverage begins Wednesday, January 11 at 11 a.m. EST.

Ariel Zambelich/NPR

West Virginia Public Broadcasting (WVPB) will provide extensive coverage of President Obama's farewell address on our statewide radio networks and online and wvpublic.org. Coverage begins Tuesday, January 10 at 9 p.m. EST.

BBC World Service

You’re invited to a special event honoring the little-heard stories of Americans.

Google Maps

The recent downturn in coal mining has slowed its spread, but mountaintop removal mining has already reached across the coalfields over the past 30 years.

Using a Google app called Timelapse, you can observe the changes in the central Appalachian coalfields, especially southern West Virginia and eastern Kentucky.

PBS Masterpiece

Queen Victoria is coming to West Virginia.

Join us on Tuesday, January 10th for a sneak peek of Victoria, the highly anticipated new PBS Masterpiece drama series about the epic life of Queen Victoria, premiering on Sunday, January 15th on WVPB HD TV

Screenings are at 4pm and 6pm at West Virginia Public Broadcasting's Charleston headquarters (600 Capitol Street, across the street from Charleston Bread). Admission is free and open to the public. RSVP's are requested below.

You've heard their voices on radio. You've seen their faces on television. Now it's time to talk to West Virginia Public Broadcasting's reporters about their driveway moments of 2016 and the stories that made them proud to tell West Virginia's story.

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Darron Cummings / Associated Press

What were the top stories in West Virginia from 2016? We searched our archives from the past year and compiled this list of the most popular stories.

Shayla Klein
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

What will you remember about 2016? Take a look at our favorite photos and review the year in images. Post your own favorites with the tag #WV2016, and we'll share them with our audience. 

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

As the toll from the addiction crisis rises, some sixty government bodies around the Ohio Valley are suing companies that make or distribute opioid painkillers. It’s a trend that recalls the legal strategy that led to the landmark tobacco industry settlement. Aaron Payne reports on the search for a legal remedy to the epidemic.