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On this West Virginia Morning, Ashton Marra reports on Mingo Co. Judge Michael Thornsbury pleading guilty to corruption charges and agreeing to resign,  Cecelia Mason on a marathon that might be affected by the federal government shutdown, and Clark Davis and Ben Adducchio give a preview on Marshall and WVU men's basketball. That and more.

On this WV Morning, Ben Adducchio reports on what West Virginia’s delegation to the U.S. House is thinking as the government shutdown continues into day two, and Cecelia Mason reports the director of the Robert C. Byrd Center for Legislative Studies at Shepherd University is appalled at the way Congress is handling the appropriations process. That and more.

On this WV Morning, welcome to the new Affordable Care reality--Ashton Marra and Beth Vorhees describe what consumers can expect and why. Also, WVU explores new technology for making broadband internet more accessible.

Linda Powers
Jean Snedegar

On this West Virginia Morning, medical marijuana is the topic of discussion during legislative interims, Affrilachian poet Frank X Walker and the final preview of this season's 'Inspiring West Virginians.'

On this WV Morning, high school seniors are reporting feeling inadequate when it comes to college preparedness, the Great Ohio River Relay runs through Huntington, and more.

  A special feature on the mind behind the film A Beautiful Mind, John Nash. Also, WVU's Solar Decathlon team competes in CA. Those stories and more.

West Virginia Morning - Sept. 20, 2013

Sep 20, 2013

We celebrate and remember National POW/MIA Day, listening to the story of Eddie Jackfert. Also, Theater WV closes its curtains. Those stories and more.  

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