Senate Bill Would Require Public Venues To Display Closed Captions On Televisions

A bill introduced to the West Virginia Senate would require that public venues display closed captioning on their televisions. The bill was referred to the Senate Government Organization Committee for review.

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Accessible Outdoor Recreation Needs Growth In West Virginia's Blooming Tourism Economy

West Virginia has the highest per capita rate of people with disabilities in the nation. One in three West Virginians has a disability. Eric Thompson founder and Director of Access-On-The-Go says there is a need for more accessible recreation in the state.

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WVU Students Research Diversity And Accessibility In Esports On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, video games have been around for decades, but in recent years esports – competitive, multiplayer video games – have exploded in popularity. Reporter Chris Schulz examines their growth.

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