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.


Saturday, July 25, 201507/25/2015

Suzanne Coffey

Suzanne Coffey joins the program to talk about the need for foreign exchange families.

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Saturday, July 25, 201507/25/2015

Tech Talk

Bryant Harrison joins the program for his weekly Tech Talk. This week he talks about QuickBooks and the new e-invoicing.


Saturday, July 25, 201507/25/2015

Pat Peason

Patrick Peason has been in the financial industry for over 25 years,and specializes in the unique challenges that face today’s retirees and pre-retirees.


Monday, July 20, 201507/20/2015

Morning News Weekends: Christian Paasch

Christian Paasch of the National Parents Organization of Virginia joins the show!


Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Dave Fafara

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

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Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Marian Quigley

Marian Quigley joins the program to talk about FISH, an Intergenerational tutoring program within JABA.


Saturday, July 18, 201507/18/2015

Kevin Mellott

Kevin Mellott is an International Security Expert and joins the program to talk about the tragedy in Chattanooga.

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Sunday, July 12, 201507/12/2015

Morning News Weekends: Ann Badmus

The White House on Monday defended its immigration policies and blasted Republicans following the killing of a San Francisco woman – allegedly by an illegal immigrant.

When asked if the case was a failure of the administration’s enforcement policies, White House press secretary Josh Earnest chided Republicans for blocking a bipartisan immigration bill that would have boosted funding for border security.

“I recognize that people want to play politics with this,” Earnest said. “The fact is the president has done everything within his power to make sure that we’re focusing our law enforcement resources on criminals and those who pose a threat to public safety.”

Kathryn Steinle, 32, was shot and killed Wednesday at a popular tourist destination in San Francisco. The suspect, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez, had multiple felony convictions and had been deported to Mexico five times.

Earnest faulted the “political efforts of Republicans” for blocking “the kind of investment that we would like to make in securing our border and keeping our communities safe

Is the senseless murder in San Francisco the catalyst for Democrats and Republicans to come together on a plan for comprehension immigration reform or will politics continue to get in the way? Ann Badmus offers insights.

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Saturday, July 4, 201507/04/2015

Mark Melllott

What, if anything, can the U.S. do to identify “lone-wolf” terrorists? Global security expert Mark Melllott briefs us before today’s big events.

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Saturday, July 4, 201507/04/2015

Gary Sandling

Gary Sandling, Vice-President, Visitor Programs and Services at Monticello runs through today’s events from the Naturalization ceremony for nearly 80 citizens to self-guided tours of Thomas Jefferson’s home.

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