BACK PEW–Lights, camera, action!

By Stephen Baldwin, RealWV March 1, 2023 With 10 days to go in this legislative session, we’ve learned several important lessons about the state of our state.  One, money still runs the show. Despite broken personal relationships, the House, Senate, and Governor compromised on the largest tax cut in state history…so they can say, “We […]

Senate Judiciary Committee advances ‘Liam’s Law’

By Matthew Young, RealWV CHARLESTON, W.Va. – The Senate Judiciary Committee, on Wednesday, advanced legislation which recognizes an unborn embryo or fetus as a “distinct victim in a DUI causing death.”  Sponsored by Del. Steve Westfall, R-Jackson, HB 3302 – otherwise referred to as “Liam’s Law” –  was passed unanimously by the House of Delegates […]

Justice makes ‘Campus Carry’ law in West Virginia

By Matthew Young, RealWV CHARLESTON, W.Va. – At a Wednesday morning event at his offices in Charleston, Gov. Jim Justice signed SB 10 into law, thus putting an end to debate regarding the wisdom of allowing concealed handguns on college campuses. Advertised as legislation which will “strengthen 2nd Amendment protections in West Virginia,” critics of […]

Lee Gillespie

Lee is a native of Greenbrier County. After completing Lewisburg High School, he went on to attend WVU where he majored in Music Education and was Feature Twirler for the WVU Marching Band. Upon graduation from WVU, he returned to his home town of Lewisburg and became Band Director of Lewisburg High School. When the […]

Wet pattern to end the week

By Jason Christian, Blue Weather & RealWV Rain and wind back in the forecast. Full forecast in the video below.