Juvenile Justice, Power Plants And Aviation Opportunities This West Virginia Morning


West Virginia electric power customers may be asked to pay more to keep three coal-burning power plants open longer, a look at the reasons West Virginia has had one of the highest rates of juvenile incarceration in the country and West Virginia native Emily Calandrelli has built a career encouraging kids, especially girls, to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Her latest project is based right here in the Mountain State.

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