WV Press InSight Videos

WV Press InSight Videos are the West Virginia newspaper industry’s online news program.

Morgan Messenger’s Sandy Buzzerd talks about community journalism and being a woman in the West Virginia newspaper industry’s management

Buzzerd awarded West Virginia Press Association’s 2019 Adam R. Kelly Award WV Press Report CHARLESTON, W.Va. — With 37 years in community journalism, Sandy Buzzerd can talk the talk and has already walked the walk. When presented with the West Virginia newspaper industry’s top award — the Adam R. Kelly Award — Buzzerd[Read More…]

W.Va. Legislative leadership provide media with opinions on Comprehensive Education reform bill

See featured video and graphics on education bill By Erica Young West Virginia Press Association Capitol Reporter CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Comprehensive Education reform — Senate Bill 451 — was the primary topic of conversation Thursday during the West Virginia Press Association’s Legislative Breakfast. During the legislative panel, Senate President Mitch Carmichael, R-Jackson, took[Read More…]

W.Va. Senate to hear 3rd reading of omnibus education bill on Monday

See WV Press InSight’s Discussion of SB 451 By Phil Kabler Charleston Gazette-Mail Capitol Correspondent For The West Virginia Press Association   One issue dominated the fourth week of the 2019 legislative session, the now-133 page omnibus education bill, a bill that has grown more controversial by the day. It[Read More…]

WV Press InSight: Goals for W.Va. legislative session facing challenges

WV Press InSight offers three-minute video updates WVPA Press Staff Report CHARLETON, W.Va. — When the 2019 legislative session started, Gov. Jim Justice, Senate President Mitch Carmichael and House Speaker Roger Hanshaw all promised tax reform and money for education, state employees and PEIA. Monitoring those legislative goals will be a[Read More…]

WVU researchers working to stop cancer-growth protein

WVU Today MORGANTOWN, W.Va. — What do one in five breast cancers have in common? Large amounts of a protein called HER2 (or human epidermal growth factor receptor 2). “Every healthy cell produces a normal amount of HER2, but HER2 is produced 10 to 20 times more in a cancer[Read More…]