On this West Virginia Morning, we visit Paden City where citizens are concerned that years of poorly reported water contamination has led to clusters of disease and health hardships.
One West Virginia child has died of the flu, marking it the first pediatric flu-related death in the state since the 2017/2018 season. Roxy Todd reports.
Officials in Paden City, West Virginia say the city’s water is contaminated with a chemical called P.C.E. While the city says it’s working on a fix, some residents are asking how long they’ve been exposed and if that exposure may have impacted their health. Brittany Patterson has the story.
This week on Us & Them, host Trey Kay takes a look at how an Illinois college town pushed a man out of his job. This excerpt is from the latest episode of Us & Them called, “Diversity Divide.” Host Trey Kay takes a look at how racial-dynamics, economics, and declining enrollment may have led to the ouster of the first black president in an Illinois college town.
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