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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.

fire truck

Saturday, May 23, 201505/23/2015

G J Bachmann

Bachmann was a New York City firefighter at Ten House (one of the closest fire houses to the World Trade Center). He was rescued from the rubble, and couldn’t remember a thing. His book is a memoir detailing the events of that day he now remembers, as well as the slow recovery and memory recuperation.

Runner

Sunday, May 17, 201505/17/2015

Morning News Weekends: Jenny Cadieux

Jenny Cadieux joins us live in studio and she explains why the exercise craze “Zumba” is more than just a fad!

medical

Sunday, May 17, 201505/17/2015

Morning News Weekends: Seton Motley

Seton Motley explains why he believes ending ObamaCare is the proper course for us to take.

A 911 Fire Dept Photo sent to us

Sunday, May 17, 201505/17/2015

Morning News Weekends: Chief Werner

Fire Chief Werner joins the show to discuss upcoming events aimed at honoring the past and present armed service people on Memorial Day!

grad

Saturday, May 16, 201505/16/2015

Chris Brown

Chris Brown joins Wendy Edwards to talk about jobs for graduates.

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Saturday, May 16, 201505/16/2015

Tech Talk

Bryant Harrison joins the program for the weekly Tech Talk.

gavel

Saturday, May 16, 201505/16/2015

Bob Brady

Response from the jury’s decision to put 21-year-old Boston Bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, to death.

Graduation

Saturday, May 16, 201505/16/2015

Tony Lucadamo

Tony Lucadamo calls in from The Miller Center to detail the Milstein Report which answers that big question: Can Startups Save the American Dream?

Doctor

Sunday, May 10, 201505/10/2015

Morning News Weekends: Dr. Andrew Southerland

Dr. Andrew Southerland highlights recent accolades bestowed upon the UVA Stroke Program.

Money In Hand

Sunday, May 10, 201505/10/2015

Morning News Weekends: Kathleen Brush

Kathleen Brush joins us to discuss International Trade Pacts.

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in Local, Virginia Assembly

Attorney General Herring Seeks Second Term

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Attorney General Mark Herring has announced that he will seek re-election in 2017.