A Marshall Football Player Tries the Pros Up North and Promoting Clean Watersheds

Jul 1, 2014

Credit West Virginia Public Broadcasting / West Virginia Public Broadcasting

Appalachian Power and Wheeling Power are asking the state Public Service Commission to approve a 17 percent rate hike for their West Virginia customers. Gov. Tomblin appoints a new head to the state School Building authority. A Marshall University player uses his failure to be drafted in the National Football League as motivation to make it in the pros in Canada and a southern West Virginia educators is teaching her students about the important connection between clean watersheds and clean drinking water.