After John Warner endorses Clinton, our political analyst weighs in on value of endorsements

WLNI-campaign-2016Former Virginia Senator John Warner — a Republican — is endorsing Democrat Hillary Clinton. He announced his endorsement yesterday in northern Virginia. Our political analyst says most endorsements have minor impacts, but some have the potential to hold greater importance. WFIR’s Evan Jones has the story.

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VTC launches new LGBT tourism marketing efforts

va-is-for-loversThe Virginia Tourism Corporation has launched its new LGBT tourism marketing efforts, which are part of the recommendations offered by Governor Terry McAuliffe’s LGBT Tourism Task Force. The details from WLNI’s Starr Anderson.

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Dr. Bob Denton recaps the First Debate between Clinton and Trump

bob-denton-2We spoke with Dr. Bob Denton on The Morning Line as he recapped last night’s debate. 

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Area authors have a positive impact on at-risk youth around the country

wlni-fbA book project called “Insights from the Inside” is giving real life examples from incarcerated individuals of how one mistake could cost you dearly. WLNI’s Janet Rose has more. 

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Mike Tilley Previews NFL weekend ahead of Panthers home game amid Charlotte riots

mikeheadshotwebpageThis morning we spoke with Mike Tilley, TV Play by Play announcer for Liberty University, as he previewed this upcoming NFL weekend on the “Mike Tilley Sports Report.” 

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Two polls show Clinton’s Virginia lead over Trump cut about half in last month

WLNI-campaign-2016Two new statewide polls — both released yesterday — show Hillary Clinton’s lead over Donald Trump cut by about a half in the last month. The Quinnipiac and Roanoke College polls find a Clinton lead of six to seven percentage points in our state. The polling suggests Donald Trump still faces some challenges — and opportunities — in his efforts to even the race in Virginia, as WLNI’s Evan Jones reports.

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