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West Virginia Gov. Urges Protests Of Racism, Police Brutality To Remain Peaceful

Gov. Jim Justice is urging West Virginians to remain peaceful and nonviolent as protests against racism and police brutality continue around the country. Across the United States, thousands of Americans are protesting the death of George Floyd, a black man who died last week while a Minneappolis police officer held him down with a knee on Floyd’s neck. Some protests have reportedly led to destruction of property, and police in some cities have responded by using force against protesters and journalists.

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Perseverance Through Music, Stories And Art

黄色激情电影视频This week’s episode of Inside Appalachia is about perseverance through music, stories and art. We’ll introduce you to some folks from the other side of the ocean who have deep connections to Appalachia, and discover reflections of our own cultural identity in their stories.

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Department of Environmental Quality Firector, David Paylor walks along a retention pond for a spring near the route of the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline June 6, in Bolar, Va.
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Federal environmental regulators finalized a rule Monday that reduces the time states have to approve federal permits for energy projects. 

The Environmental Protection Agency to a portion of the Clean Water Act called Section 401.

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黄色激情电影视频Gov. Jim Justice is urging West Virginians to remain peaceful and nonviolent as protests against racism and police brutality continue around the country. 

Across the United States, thousands of Americans are protesting the death of George Floyd, a black man who died last week while a Minneappolis police officer held him down with a knee on Floyd’s neck. Some protests have reportedly led to destruction of property, and police in some cities have responded by using force against protesters and journalists.

Corey Knollinger / West Virginia Public Broadcasting

West Virginians across the state came together in protest over the weekend, joining thousands across the country demanding action after the killings of George Floyd in Minneapolis and Breonna Taylor in Louisville, both at the hands of police. 

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黄色激情电影视频The coronavirus pandemic has quickly become the biggest story of 2020, eclipsing the kind of news coverage we'd usually see in the run up to an presidential election. West Virginia will host its primary election next month, on June 9. 

For many of us, civics class was longer ago than we’d like to admit. And even if it wasn’t, there are plenty of changes this year due to COVID-19. (Here’s our primary voting guide if you have questions on how things have changed.) (And here’s our story about key races to watch.)

 

On this West Virginia Morning, we explore the traditional craft of basketmaking. We also meet the Division 1 candidates running for seats on the West Virginia Supreme Court.

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Here’s something that might surprise you: A new national survey shows that regardless of political affiliation, Americans are mostly in agreement over how to reopen the economy during the coronavirus pandemic  -- slowly -- and with protective measures like face masks.

June 1, 1880: Colliers Hosts World Championship Bout

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Patrick "Paddy" Ryan was an Irish American boxer
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黄色激情电影视频A world championship prize fight was held in the Brooke County town of Colliers on June 1, 1880.

黄色激情电影视频At the time, boxing was illegal in every state. To avoid big-city police, promoters often held matches in rural railroad villages. Colliers was a perfect location, being close to Pittsburgh and several Ohio towns.

The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals chamber is pictured in September 2019.
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Editor's Note: Candidates for West Virginia Supreme Court Division 1 spoke to West Virginia Public Broadcasting and the Stubblefield Institute for Civil Political Communications at Shepherd University as part of a forum featuring candidates from each of the three divisions in this year’s election. 

The June 9 primary will decide three seats on the bench of the state’s highest court. Eleven candidates across three divisions are vying for the open seats on West Virginia’s Supreme Court of Appeals. 

Questions And Anxiety Mount Over COVID-19 Workplace Safety As More Businesses Reopen

May 31, 2020
Workers sort envelopes at the Amazon fulfillment center.
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Gail Fleck is a school cafeteria worker in the greater Cincinnati area and lives with her 90-year-old father. She loves her job because she gets to work with kids. But she is worried she won’t be able to keep her dad safe if her work exposes her to the coronavirus and she unknowingly brings it home. 

黄色激情电影视频“I’m scared, I’m worried. I feel like, we’re talking about life and death here and this is my father,” she said. 

黄色激情电影视频Widespread protests across the nation have followed several high-profile deaths of African Americans in recent weeks, including , and , as well as allegations of racial profiling,

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The West Virginia Department of Education has entered into a partnership with West Virginia Public Broadcasting to deliver student engagement content for West Virginia students amid the COVID-19 school closures.

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