Host Eric Minor speaks with Bill Kawecki, Mayor, City of Morgantown, about the impact of a road bond recently passed by voters, and other structural and recreational developments for beneficial change. www.morgantownwv.gov
There are far more wrongly accused people in prison, according to Valena Beety, Director of the West Virginia Innocence Project at WVU's College of Law, tells host Eric Minor about the flaws in the system that land innocent people in prison and that, yes DNA is helping to free people, but laws need to be changed and those in the business of crime fighting need to be educated.
Black History Month is an opportunity to be reminded of the contributions of people of color. Dr. Darrell W. Cummings, pastor of the Bethlehem Apostolic Temple in Wheeling, WV talks with host Tate Blanchard about several black Americans and their contributions that have helped make America what it is today.bethlehemapostolictemple.org
The Urban Redevelopment Authority in Pittsburgh is home to the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and its Assistant Director Jennifer Wilhelm talks with host Sheila Hyland on the Chatham University Campus about honoring Women’s History Month with a new initiative to encourage women to grow their businesses, and a discussion on help the Authority can provide to all businesses, large and small. ura.org
Belmont Co. Ohio has one of the largest oil and natural gas reserves in the country. Host Tate Blanchard talks with J.P. Dutton, energy expert and Pres. of the Belmont Co. Board of Commissioners about the happenings in the area that bring promising benefits for the economy and individual income, now and long into the future. belmontcountycommissioners.com