On this West Virginia Morning, hundreds of southern West Virginia teachers are gathered in Charleston this week, learning how to best improve student literacy. Randy Yohe reports on implementing the “Ready Read Write” initiative.
Also, in this show, officials have issued alerts about air quality issues in West Virginia. Eric Douglas has more.
The Putnam County Commission approved an ordinance Tuesday that could restrict drag shows. Curtis Tate has more.
And with the July 4 holiday approaching, officials are asking the public to rethink using fireworks. Delaney Wells has more.
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