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West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, the Allegheny Front’s Reid Frazier brings us the story of a Pennsylvania metallurgical coal mine slated to reopen soon.

We'll also hear from the Ohio Valley ReSource about how some infrastructure experts fear the President Trump's new infrastructure plan for new projects might not hold water.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, lawmakers working on a tax-reform plan heard from Gov. Jim Justice. Ashton Marra s following budget negotiations at the Capitol and brings us the latest on discussions between the governor and legislative leaders.

We also preview this week's Inside Appalachia episode and Mountain Stage's Song of the Week.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we'll hear more from the state Capitol, where lawmakers appear to be getting closer to a revenue plan that could lead to a budget deal.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, state officials have revised revenue projections upward for the 2018 fiscal year by about $170 million. But much of that revenue depends on legislation that has yet to become law.

We'll also hear the next installment in our Struggle to Stay series. We're following Mark Combs and Cameron Williams as they set out for California and the promise of work in the entertainment industry.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we'll from the statehouse, where a special session of the Legislature resumed Monday morning. Gov. Jim Justice met with House Democrats about his tax reform proposal for several hours on Monday.

We'll also hear a conversation between Appalachia Health News Coordinator Kara Lofton and Charleston geriatrician Todd Goldberg, who is preparing to leave the state.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, the Ohio Valley ReSource takes a look at the state of broadband internet  access in West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky. We'll find out about how it's affecting commerce and economic development in central Appalachia.

We'll also hear about some grassroots and legislative efforts aimed at expanding broadband access to areas underserved by commercial communications companies.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, independent producer Jean Snedegar takes us on a journey through the history of the Mountain State's timber legacy.

And A Change of Tune's Joni Deutsch kicks off her second season of 30 Days of West Virginia Music series. We'll hear a portion of her interview with Adam Meisterhans, of the band Rozwell Kid.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we'll hear the next part of our Struggle to Stay series. Reporter Glynis Board has followed the story of Mark Combs for the past year as he left West Virginia for California to pursue a career in acting.

We also travel to Clendenin, where homes are being built for victims of last year's flooding.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, the Ohio Valley ReSource takes a closer look at small-scale farming in the region. It's one of the most dangerous industries and yet one of the least government-regulated. Find out what's being done to mitigate this growing hazard.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we hear about a documentary film from a Mountain State native that's in production about life in the state's coal camps. Inside Appalachia host Jessica Lilly speaks with one of the film's producer's, Marcus Murrow.

We also hear about the dangers coal ash storage ponds pose in parts of Kentucky, as well as the Mountain Stage song of the week.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we hear more from the Capitol, where lawmakers are taking a recess in the special session until June 5 so leaders of the House and Senate can work on a budget compromise.

We also hear from the Ohio Valley ReSource about how President Trump's latest national budget proposal might affect the region.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we hear more from the West Virginia Legislature's special budget session as the Senate takes up it's version of a tax reform bill amid ongoing negotiations.

We'll also hear the final installment of Colt Brogan's Struggle to Stay story from Inside Appalachia producer Roxy Todd.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, Appalachia Health News coordinator Kara Lofton reports on the reopening of a VA clinic in southern West Virginia. We also get the latest from statehouse reporter Ashton Marra on state budget negotiations taking place at the West Virginia Capitol.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we hear from the Ohio Valley ReSource about how statistics show a decline in life expectancy just as the debate about the possible effects of the American Health Care Act are being bebated across the region.

We'll also hear from statehouse reporter Ashton Marra about budget and tax reform negotiations at the Legislature.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On the is West Virginia Morning, we’ll hear about House legislative action on two bills -- one on sales tax reform and one to allow for the furlough of state employees in the event of a budget impasse that results in a government shutdown.

We also hear about a race in Jefferson county that combines fitness with a bit of history, and we we feature Mountain Stage’s Song of the Week.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we hear about how a $3 million prize for being America’s “Best City” could change Huntington’s future for the better. We also hear from statehouse reporter Ashton Marra about Gov. Jim Justice’s push for a budget plan.

The Poetry Break podcast provides its monthly dose of literature as well.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we hear about the ongoing budget negotiations at the Capitol. Democratic Gov. Jim Justice is asking for support for his plan to fix the budget, in the face of opposition from lawmakers, including members of his own party.

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On this West Virginia Morning, we hear what lawmakers are doing to address the lack of a state budget during a special session that started Monday morning.

We also hear about a road project in southern West Virginia that some residents there hope will bring economic opportunity.

Yeager Airport Crash
Ben Queen / AP

A cargo plane crash landed at Yeager Airport in Charleston just before 7 a.m. Friday, killing the pilot and co-pilot, according to emergency officials. 


Saturday, April 8 marks the 60th and final day of the 83rd West Virginia Legislature's First Regular Session. 

West Virginia Public Broadcasting and Mountain Stage's Joni Deutsch has been named to The State Journal's Generation Next: 40 Under 40 for 2017. The 25-year-old was chosen for her passion in promoting the West Virginia music scene through her weekly radio program A Change of Tune, her statewide #WhyListen event series through NPR Generation Listen and her critically-acclaimed 30 Days of #WVmusic series.

West Virginia Public Broadcasting

West Virginia Public Broadcasting won 11 Associated Press awards this weekend, including a public service award for coverage of the historic 2016 floods in southern West Virginia. 

West Virginia Morning
West Virginia Public Broadcasting

On West Virginia Morning, Governor Justice says budget talks have broken down between Democrats and House leadership and last night the House of Delegates voted to bypass the committee process on a bill to legalize medical marijuana. 

That’s on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting – telling West Virginia’s story. 

   

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.

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