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Wednesday, September 30, 201509/30/2015

Jesse Matthew Hearing Recap

WINA’s Dori Zook joins Les Sinclair to discuss the latest hearing in the Jesse Matthew case.

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Tuesday, September 29, 201509/29/2015

Friends of Buckingham County Protest Planned at Dominion’s first Compressor Station Community Meeting

Blue Ridge Environmental Defense League’s, Sharon Ponton, talks with Les Sinclair about the Friends of Buckingham County planned protest and who they’d like to attend and what they hope to accomplish.


Tuesday, September 29, 201509/29/2015

The 2015 Virginia Film Festival Program Revealed

Jody Kielbasa, Vice Provost for the Arts at University of Virginia and Director of the Virginia Film Festival, unveils the schedule for the 2015 Virginia Film Festival.


Tuesday, September 29, 201509/29/2015

How to easily save for higher education

September is College Savings Month and Virginia529 is reminding families of the need to save for higher education. Kelly Hope with Virginia529 explains to Les Sinclair the Virginia529 Sweepstakes with a grand prize of $2,500 account!

wine barrel

Tuesday, September 29, 201509/29/2015

Record Year for Virginia’s Wine & Cider Sales

Annette Ringwood Boyd, with Virginia Wine Marketing Office, joins Les Sinclair to discuss the growth in Wine & Cider sales in the Commonwealth.

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Tuesday, September 29, 201509/29/2015

Exports from Virginia Responsible for Jobs and Economic Growth

Barry DuVal, President & CEO of the Virginia Chamber of Commerce talks with Les Sinclair about the success and importance of Virginia exports. 

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Monday, September 28, 201509/28/2015

How Help Save The Next Girl was Impacted by the ’48 HOURS’ Feature

Kenny Jarels, of Help Save the Next Girl, talks with Les Sinclair about the impact of the 48 HOURS episode,…

House Lock

Monday, September 28, 201509/28/2015

New Mortgage Procedures begin October 3rd

Bankrate.com’s Holden Lewis, describes to Les Sinclair what’s potentially good and bad about the new U.S. Government required changes to…


Monday, September 28, 201509/28/2015

Why does he say interest rates will not go up?

Jordan Goodman, America’s Money Answers Man, talks with Les Sinclair about why he thinks interest rates will not go up…

route 29

Monday, September 28, 201509/28/2015

Rt.29 Solutions Lane Closures

VDOT’s Lou Hatter talks with Les Sinclair about this week’s traffic pattern changes and lane closure around the Rt.29 corridor.

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