Brian Ford of RBC Wealth Management analyzes the stock markets' all-time highs and reports on this year's cost of Thanksgiving dinner.
Wayne Farrar has been WCVE's local anchor of Morning Edition since 1997. He previously worked in radio in Staunton, Williamsburg and Roanoke, where he was a reporter-writer for WDBJ Radio-TV before coming to Richmond as news director and capitol reporter for WRNL. He became capitol correspondent for The Roanoke Times and weekend newscaster for WRVA, then worked in public information for state agencies before joining WCVE in 1996. He studied journalism at Washington and Lee University and is a member of the Society of Professional Journalists and Public Radio News Directors Incorporated.
Articles by Wayne Farrar
Facts and Legends of the Hills of Richmond by Brooks Smith; Preface by Wayne Farrar (Originally published 2008).
Like a dowager queen concealing her fading beauty behind curtained windows, Richmond waits, contemplating her often splendid, sometimes misspent youth. Oh, the stories she could tell if only someone would listen.
Brooks Smith listens.
WCVE Newscast at 8:04 am, October 29, 2013.
Larry Sabato of the University of Virginia's Center for Politics talks to Wayne Farrar about JFK's legacy.
The Associated Press reports that two people with knowledge of the situation say the FBI has begun looking at the relationship between Gov. Bob McDonnell and his family and the head of a company under investigation.
On the final day of its session, the General Assembly overcame an impasse on road funding and Medicaid expansion. (due to digital delay, a few seconds of surrounding program may be heard.)
WCVE Newscast at 8:04 am, Dec. 11, 2012.
(Due to digital delay of live broadcast, a few seconds of sourrounding program may be heard.)
Sandy will pound east coast with wind, surge and power outages.
Henricus Historical Park commemorates the 1611 founding of the Citie of Henricus with the annual Publick Days.
Virginia Secretary of Homeland Security Terrie Suit and Department of Emergency Management chief Michael Cline diiscuss what citizens need to do to be ready for a hurriane.