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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.

WP-Gavel

Tuesday, October 28, 201410/28/2014

Neil Agustein

Neil Augenstein of WTOP.com talked with Jim Camblos, the attorney of Jesse Matthew. He tells us about the conversation.

House Lock

Tuesday, October 28, 201410/28/2014

Keith Smith

Keith Smith is with Roy Wheeler Realty Co, along with CAAR and the Charlottesville P.D. are putting on a couple of safety classes Wednesday 10/29/14 to ensure real estate agents are safer.

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Tuesday, October 28, 201410/28/2014

Scott Goodman

Legal Expert and Local Attorney Scott Goodman talks with Les Sinclair about the next steps regarding Jesse Matthew.

Vote Signs (from clipart)

Monday, October 27, 201410/27/2014

Jake Washburn

Albemarle Country Voter Registrar Jake Washburn talks with Les Sinclair about absentee ballots and new Voter ID laws in Virginia.

Vote Signs (from clipart)

Monday, October 27, 201410/27/2014

John Whitehead

John Whitehead of the Rutherford Institute talks with Les Sinclair about their challenge of discriminatory election laws in Virginia and that the Federal Court will not hear the argument until after the November election.

Microphone

Monday, October 27, 201410/27/2014

Andrea Douglas

Andrea Douglas -Executive Director of the Jefferson School for African American Heritage Center, tells us about the community discussion Oct. 28 6-7 p.m. Reinterpreting Slavery at Local Sites.

Les Charlottesville Right Now

Monday, October 27, 201410/27/2014

Marissa Levine

Virginia health officials are actively monitoring all travelers coming to the commonwealth from West African countries affected by the Ebola outbreak. Les Sinclair shares sound from Secretary of health & human resources Bill Hazel and State Health Commissioner Marissa Levine on what that means for us.

Washington Post masthead

Friday, October 24, 201410/24/2014

George Solomon

Ben Bradlee’s history in news is going to be celebrated on Sunday at the Newseum in Washington. A special program to remember Mr. Bradlee will take place with a number of notables who will share memories of Ben. George Solomon was a former employee and the Assistant Managing Editor for Sports at the Washington Post. He remembers Ben with fondness.

court trial

Friday, October 24, 201410/24/2014

Lindsay Abbot

Lindsay Abbot tracked the news stories just like you and I did, and she has not only shared our dismay…but since Hannah Graham’s disappearance, Lindsay is getting flashbacks and emotional returns to sexual abuse, she upholds, was delivered by Former Albemarle County Supervisor Christopher Dumler

Wednesday, October 22, 201410/22/2014

Kim Walter

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