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Charlottesville Right Now

Charlottesville Right Now

Weekdays from 4 – 6pm
We go beyond the headlines, digging deeper into stories that matter to you.
It’s local talk, local issues, local radio at it’s very best!
Join NewsRadio 1070 WINA’s Les Sinclair weekdays for the news and newsmakers of the day.
Join the conversation at 434-977-1070
Charlottesville Right Now is Front Page Radio.

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Wednesday, March 25, 201503/25/2015

Pat Collier

Pat Collier of UVA Alumni for Change talks with Les Sinclair about the fundraiser for Martese Johnson, the UVA student who was injured during an arrest by the VA Dept. of ABC. https://life.indiegogo.com/fundraisers/justiceformartese–2

ABC As Easy As

Wednesday, March 25, 201503/25/2015

Brian Moran

Secretary of Public Safety & Homeland Security, Brian Moran, talks with Les Sinclair about the Governor’s executive order to improve law enforcement at the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

ABC As Easy As

Wednesday, March 25, 201503/25/2015

David Toscano

Delegate David Toscano joins Les Sinclair to discuss the Governor’s executive order to improve law enforcement at the Virginia Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control.

Johnson Martese

Tuesday, March 24, 201503/24/2015

Adam Rhea

Local attorney Adam Rhea talks with WINA NEWS about the “Rolling Stone” article conclusion and the Martese Johnson incidents.

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Tuesday, March 24, 201503/24/2015

Chris Kahn

Bankrate.com’s Chris Kahn talks with us about why Virginia is a great place to retire (#5 on their list). Crime rate, health care and taxes all play into the ranking.

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Tuesday, March 24, 201503/24/2015

Scott Goodman

Local Attorney and Legal expert Scott Goodman talks with us about the latest developments surrounding the Rolling Stone article investigation. Now that’s it’s concluded and with no corroboration begin found does the University and or the fraternities have any ground s for a law suit and should they?

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Monday, March 23, 201503/23/2015

Tammy Arnette

Tammy Arnette of AAA Mid-Atlantic, joins Les Sinclair to talk about gasoline prices. They’re dropping and she explains why.

Fire Trucks City

Monday, March 23, 201503/23/2015

Chief Werner

Charlottesville Fire Department’s Chief Werner talks with Les Sinclair about the tragedy in NYC, involving the fire death of 7 children. He outlines the City’s plans to ensure that each city home has a fire detector free of charge.

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Monday, March 23, 201503/23/2015

Dori Zook

WINA’s Dori Zook gets to the point of today’s press conference regarding the Charlottesville P.D.’s investigation into the story of “Jackie” in the Rolling Stone Magazine article in 2014.

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Friday, March 20, 201503/20/2015

Del David Toscano

Delegate David Toscano, talks with Les Sinclair about the incident involving Virginia’s ABC agents and a UVA student.

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