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Tuesday, March 1, 201603/01/2016

Rob Bell Updates from General Assembly

Delegate Rob Bell, 58th District Representative, talks with Les Sinclair about the Governor’s Veto of the “Tebow Bill” and other legislation that’s going forward in the final days of the session.


Monday, February 29, 201602/29/2016

Taste of Monticello Wine Trail Festival Returns

Kirby Hutto of Charlottesville’s nTelos Wireless Pavilion talks with Les Sinclair about the Taste of Monticello Wine Trail Festival event coming April 7-9. More at: www.monticellowinetrailfestival.com

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Monday, February 29, 201602/29/2016

Gil Harrington on the News of Jesse Matthew Plea Deal

Gil Harrington, Mother of Morgan Harrington who was allegedly murdered by Jesse Matthew, talks about the plea deal in the case.

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Monday, February 29, 201602/29/2016

What You Need to Know: Charlottesville City Voting

City of Charlottesville General Registrar, Rosanna Bencoach, talks with Les Sinclair about what you need to know for Tuesday’s Primary Election in the City.

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Thursday, February 18, 201602/18/2016

Area Retail Numbers at Record Heights

Timothy Hulbert, Chamber President of the Charlottesville Regional Chamber of Commerce, gives the record setting retail numbers and thoughts behind them.

Thursday, February 18, 201602/18/2016

ADL Urges VA Senate to Reject Government Nondiscrimination Act

Tami Cohen, Asst. Regional Dir. for Anti-Defamation League, opposes a bill Va.’s House has approved and talks with Les Sinclair about the Government Nondiscrimination Act, or so called “Kim Davis” Bill.

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Thursday, February 18, 201602/18/2016

Tax Scams Awareness Class

Andrew Gluba Jr., Crime Prevention Specialist with Albemarle County Police Department, talks about the Tax Scams awareness class they are offering.

CNU campus

Thursday, February 18, 201602/18/2016

CNU Study Reveals First Impression of Presidential Candidates

Rachel Bitecofer, Ph.D. Department of Government College of Social Sciences at Christopher Newport University, joins Les Sinclair to talk about how the word cloud reveals Virginia voter’s first impressions of the 2016 candidates.


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Wednesday, February 17, 201602/17/2016

Free Legal Clinics for Veterans in Virginia

Attorney General Mark Herring, joins Les Sinclair, to discuss the free legal clinics for Virginia Veterans.

Details here:ag.virginia.gov/index.php/veteranslegalservices

virginia blood services

Wednesday, February 17, 201602/17/2016

How new FDA guidelines affect Virginia Blood Services donations

Chelsea Sheppard, Medical Dir., VBS talks with Les Sinclair about how the new FDA guidelines may affect blood donations.

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