Related Program: West Virginia Morning A Congressional Hearing in Charleston, House Takes On Min. Wage, & DHHR Sec. Talks Chemical Spill By Ben Adducchio • Feb 11, 2014 Related Program: West Virginia Morning ShareTweetEmail Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting / West Virginia Public Broadcasting Listen Listening... / 14:02 On this West Virginia Morning, DHHR Secretary Karen Bowling talks to Beth Vorhees about the chemical leak in Charleston. Meanwhile, a Congressional Hearing about the Spill brings federal lawmakers to Charleston. Those stories and more! Tags: West Virginia MorningpodcastRadioSecretary Karen BowlingElk River Chemical SpillU.S. House Transportation and Infrastructure CommitteeMinimum WageShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content Huntington's Mayor Visits Marshall, Schools for the Deaf and Blind, & More By Ben Adducchio • Feb 10, 2014 West Virginia Public Broadcasting / West Virginia Public Broadcasting On this West Virginia Morning, the mayor of Huntington visits with some Marshall University students. Also, an update from the Schools for the Deaf and Blind, and an interesting story about a special landmark in Pocahontas County. Is In-Home Water Testing Going to Happen?, Legislation to Help Pregnant Women, & More By Ben Adducchio • Feb 6, 2014 West Virginia Public Broadcasting / West Virginia Public Broadcasting State government officials say they are open to further water testing in the nine-county area affected by last month's chemical leak. It's truly been a wild winter in West Virginia, but has it been wonderful? Also, a bill in the House of Delegates is designed to assist pregnant women in the workforce, and more.