West Virginia Morning

Weekdays at 7:41 a.m.

Whether it's important news events, interesting features about people and places, the latest in environmental news, stories about education or the economy, West Virginia Public Broadcasting's team of experienced reporters bring listeners in-depth stories and interviews from around the state.    

On West Virginia Morning, Beth Vorhees talks with Inside Appalachia host Jessica Lilly about this week’s episode featuring a discussion about outsiders taking pictures in Appalachia.  And we visit the Augusta Heritage Center in Elkins where it’s bluegrass music week.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Liz McCormick reports from Martinsburg where the city council is considering an ordinance that would prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation.  And Ashton Marra talks with governors attending the National Governors Association meeting at the Greenbrier last week about their efforts to combat substance abuse.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Beth Vorhees talks with the Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of West Virginia and the Executive Director of the state Council of Churches about the Day of Hope to be held in September.  That’s  on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Liz McCormick reports from Harpers Ferry where businesses are working to rebuild after a devastating fire last week.  Also, Ashton Marra has the latest about the Congressional debate over the No Child Left Behind Act.

These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Ashton Marra reports from the National Governors Association meeting held late last week at the Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs.  And Jesse Wright has the story of a Dutch man who is tending the grave of a West Virginia soldier who was killed in action in the Netherlands during World War Two.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Liz McCormick reports from Harpers Ferry.  The popular historic town was badly damaged by a large fire yesterday.  Also, we visit Davis and Elkins College for Irish Week at the Augusta Heritage Center.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Beth Vorhees talks with Governor Tomblin about hosting the National Governors Association summer meeting at the Greenbrier.  The conference opens today.  And Roxy Todd tells us the story of Rabbit Jones, and the nightclub scene in segregated Charleston.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


  On West Virginia Morning, signing up for Americorps is very popular among citizens here.  Today, we meet a member who helps veterans find housing, education and employment.  The story on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story. 

On West Virginia Morning, Beth Vorhees talks with a media business analyst about Charleston losing its status as a two newspaper town.  Also, Jesse Wright takes to Chestnut Ridge Park in Morgantown to listen to its annual summer concert series. 

These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, a report from Jefferson County in the Eastern Panhandle about a nature preserve that’s also an art studio.  The story on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, a lot of music.  We’ll meet a brother and sister team playing the blues at the Augusta Heritage Center, preview Matt Jackfert’s debut on Performance Today this morning and country superstar Martina McBride has today’s Mountain Stage Song of the Week.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Jesse Wright reports on reaction to a new study about the potential of developing the Utica Shale formation.  And Ashton Marra talks with a journalist and author who focuses on women working in STEM fields.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, a settlement between a gas company and the Public Service Commission might lead to lower gas bills for customers.  Also, the United Mine Workers union has filed an objection to Patriot Coal’s bankruptcy plan with includes large bonuses for executives.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.

On West Virginia Morning, Us & Them host Trey Kay talks with Beth Vorhees about his latest podcast concerning evolution and climate change.  That’s on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, Glynis Board has a story about Food Link, an effort to connect people to food resources.  The story on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, we feature a lot of music.  From the Augusta Heritage Center in Elkins we learn about Louisiana Cajun music and Umphrey’s McGee is featured on our Mountain Stage Song of the Week.  That’s on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, everyone will have a chance to review and comment on the state’s education standards on a new website.  Ashton Marra has that story.  And Liz McCormick reports on the All Good Music Festival which is returning to West Virginia today.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, when a grocery store closed in a Greenbrier County community, citizens decided to open their own.  The story on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Radio news – telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, two stories about reflections on the Confederate flag.  Reporter Jessica Lilly attended a high school in Mullens, Wyoming County.  The school’s mascot was a Rebel and the rebel flag was a school symbol.  And Roxy Todd talks with a family of three generations in Elkins who share their thoughts about the flag.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting, telling West Virginia’s story.


On West Virginia Morning, research suggests that teenagers’ brains are especially vulnerable to concussions.  This morning a report about what sports officials in the state are doing about it.  And we’ll travel to Shepherdstown to visit a local restaurant.  These stories on West Virginia Morning from West Virginia Public Broadcasting, telling West Virginia’s story.


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