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Speaker of the House of Delegates Bill Howell says he would likely rule as germane to the budget, the Senate’s Medicaid expansion alternative plan, Marketplace Virginia, but says it remains bad policy. Craig Carper reports.

Edward Snowden: From 'Geeky' Drop-Out To NSA Leaker

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Sad Panda In China Gets Her Own Play Area

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Music

Be sure to join us this week (4/12/14) on Time For The Blues as Henry Cook and I will be up to our old tricks. That is, we’ll be serving up some very hot music and some very bad jokes. We make no bones about it, slide on up to the radio and relax and have a great time, we certainly will. We'll have brand new Holmes Brothers, more Blues Project and another visit with local harpmaster Li'l Ronnie Owens to share with you!

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International Guitar Month

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Peter Pan

Michael Pink’s adaptation of J.M. Barrie’s most famous work is performed by Milwaukee Ballet.

Ocean Frontiers: The Dawn of a New Era in Ocean Stewardship

A look at efforts to improve the waters off...

Science Wednesday: Touching the Wild

Joe Hutto has dedicated seven years of his...

Science Wednesday: Inside Animal Minds

We have all gazed into a creature’s eyes and...

Science Matters

After years of putting it off, scientists finally got around to studying procrastination. An in-depth study concluded that procrastination is a byproduct of our evolutionary development.