Rivers, Manchin’s Successor, Firing Up A Gas Pipeline And New Power Plant Rules, This West Virginia Week

On this West Virginia Week, Earth Day was Monday. We’ll hear from a hydrologist about the state’s rivers. We’ll learn more about why two leading candidates for governor are trading accusations in ads over transgender youth. And we’ll visit a community in southern West Virginia affected by contaminated water.

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AG Morrisey Takes Aim Against EPA Intrastate Water Regulations

A new rule from the EPA gives the agency more power over intrastate bodies of water, but Attorney General Patrick Morrisey is calling it federal overreach. 

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Book: ‘Holding Back The River’ Looks At American Waterways

West Virginia author and journalist Tyler J. Kelley takes a hard look at rivers, flooding and commerce on America's waterways in his new book “Holding Back the River: The Struggle Against Nature on America's Waterways.”

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More Than 180 Years Later, 'Eelway' To Help American Eel Return Further Upstream

At the end of Vineyard Road in Falling Waters, West Virginia, there is an old, stone and brick structure on the Potomac River. This small, historic…

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