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StoryCorps recently visited Charleston, West Virginia to help over 100 people record their stories. One of the conversations recorded was between Mountain... [Read More]
On this West Virginia Morning, we'll hear about the growing culture around Appalachian food, and we'll explore the latest happenings in politics with... [Read More]
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This is a developing story and may be updated. The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals says the impeachment trial of Chief Justice Margaret Workman... [Read More]
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West Virginia is in crisis. As the opioid epidemic grows, we are producing a generation of children impacted by addiction. In October of 2018, more... [Read More]
Westmoreland Coal Company, one of the oldest mining companies in the country, became the second major coal bankruptcy of the Trump presidency Tuesday when... [Read More]
On this West Virginia Morning, the University of Charleston and West Virginia Public Broadcasting are sponsoring a free screening of an upcoming PBS NOVA... [Read More]
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West Virginia Lawmakers of both parties are mourning the loss of Republican Del. Frank Deem. The Wood County politician was a fixture at the Capitol... [Read More]
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West Virginia University has been awarded 11.2 million dollars to establish a center that focuses on what might make a tumor more likely to grow.... [Read More]
The Mariner East pipeline is slated to cut through the Northern Panhandle of West Virginia and carry natural gas through some of the most densely... [Read More]
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Why did rural Americans love Donald Trump so much in 2016? Some say they've felt left out of the economic recovery. Others say the culture... [Read More]
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The StoryCorps MobileBooth just departed Charleston and is headed to its next destination in Athens, Georgia. Fortunately, the StoryCorps team left behind... [Read More]
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On October 15, 1850, Joseph Johnson of Harrison County called the Virginia Constitutional Convention to order. The convention had been a long time in the... [Read More]
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The award-winning video game publisher Bethesda Softworks is launching a new online game set in post-nuclear West Virginia, and the West Virginia Tourism... [Read More]
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The Inside Appalachia team is hitting the road and heading to Beckley for its first LIVE Listening Party the evening of Bridge Day. Join us... [Read More]
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West Virginia Senator Joe Manchin voted to confirm Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump's pick for the U.S. Supreme Court. Manchin was the only Democrat in the... [Read More]
Recorded at the Peoples Bank Theatre in Marietta, OH, this week's episdoe of Mountain Stage with Larry Groce features a broad array of musical styles,... [Read More]
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Moments after West Virginia Senate President Mitch Carmichael gaveled in Monday morning, an anticipated but nevertheless awkward silence fell across the... [Read More]
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Laura Jean Kahl owns Rabbit Hollow Farm in Washington County, Pennsylvania. A fairly rural county of just over 200,000 people, it sits south of Pittsburgh... [Read More]
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Watershed restoration group Friends of Deckers Creek has been awarded a $120,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to monitor water... [Read More]
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The entertainer known as Dagmar died on October 9, 2001. In the 1950s, she was one of the most recognizable faces on television and even... [Read More]
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