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Morning News Weekends

Morning News Weekends

Saturdays & Sundays from 6 – 8am

Wendy Edwards gives you all the info you need for the weekend with updates on news, traffic and weather.

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Saturday, August 9, 201408/09/2014

Tech Talk

Bryant Harrison shares his latest Tech Talk about passwords.

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Saturday, August 9, 201408/09/2014

Catherine Bradshaw

Catherine Bradshaw, professor of education and associate dean at the University of Virginia’s Curry School of Education, will present a report addressing mental health problems in youth to the United Nations on Aug. 12 as part of the U.N.’s annual International Youth Day observance.

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Saturday, August 2, 201408/02/2014

Dave Fafarra

Live from the Charlottesville City Market here’s OUR WINA Saturday “Market Watch” with Dave Fafarra… you know him as Shenandoah Joe.

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Saturday, August 2, 201408/02/2014

Joe Balcuk

Joe Balcuk, CEO of Rooster Fin, joins Wendy Edwards and Eric Seitz to talk about his educational games.

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Saturday, August 2, 201408/02/2014

Wes Iseli, Brian Staples, and Wilson

Wes Iseli, Brian Staples, and Wilson the monkey join Eric Seitz and Wendy Edwards to talk about their performances.

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Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Dave Fafarra

Live from the Charlottesville City Market here’s OUR WINA Saturday “Market Watch” with Dave Fafarra… you know him as Shenandoah Joe.

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Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Keith Tignor

Keith Tignor is the state apiarist at the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and talks about Virginia’s need for honey bees.

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Saturday, July 26, 201407/26/2014

Craig Girard

Craig Girard joins Wendy Edwards and Eric Seitz to talk about the Cville Gamers Group.

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Sunday, July 20, 201407/20/2014

Morning News Weekends: George Birnbaum

George E. Birnbaum is an American international political consultant. He was born and raised in Atlanta, Georgia, and has worked on dozens of United States Congressional and Senatorial races. In 1998 he moved to Israel to serve as a consultant to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and became his chief of staff. He joins Eric and Wendy for a lively discussion.

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Saturday, July 19, 201407/19/2014

Dave Fafarra

Live from the Charlottesville City Market here’s OUR WINA Saturday “Market Watch” with Dave Fafarra… you know him as Shenandoah Joe.

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Former Dallas Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson, left, and actor Craig T. Nelson share a moment with Quincy the dog on the set of the television show "Coach", Feb. 10, 1995, in Universal City, Calif. Johnson will appear as himself in an episode in which Quincy ends up swallowing Johnson's Super Bowl ring.

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