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AppHarvest Was Touted As Appalachia’s Future. What Happened?

The start-up was built on the idea of using cutting-edge technology and local workers to produce vegetables on an industrial scale. And this was all set to happen in eastern Kentucky, where the company’s founder said this new version of agriculture could help replace the fading coal industry. AppHarvest got a lot of attention — from national media, politicians and investors. But then, last year, the company filed for bankruptcy.

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A House, Senate Recap, Student Journalists Report And A Lookback At A. James Manchin

On this episode of The Legislature Today, we wrap up another week of the West Virginia Legislative session, and the pace is starting to pick up in both chambers. We also have a story from our student reporters and a history lookback as well.

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AI Coming To Classrooms, The Key Is Using It Correctly

The West Virginia Department of Education is helping schools come to terms with the new reality of artificial intelligence (AI). 

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Shepherd Professor Talks Aircraft Communication Research On This West Virginia Morning

On this West Virginia Morning, a Shepherd University professor is overseeing research to make aircraft communication more secure. Caroline MacGregor sat down with Assistant Professor of Business Administration George Ray to talk about his cutting-edge research.

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