The Friday Morning Richmond Roundup

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Chris Faraldi, Director of Government Relations for the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance, breaks down the week with the General Assembly.

Chris Faraldi (011819)

How the General Assembly session could affect our area?

Chris Faraldi talks about the Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance’s top priorities in Richmond.

Chris Faraldi (011119)

A new General Assembly session begins in Richmond

Virginia Tech photo

WLNI political analyst, Dr. Bob Denton, discusses what to expect in the 2019 session in the Commonwealth.

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10 records to look for in 2019

Time to check your vinyl record collection or be on the lookout for old songs at the yard or garage sales.

Mighty John Marshall the record guy (010319)

How would you rank the Top 5 stories of 2018?

Jennifer Wishon of CBN News shares her Top 5 stories of the year and the latest from Capitol Hill and the White House.

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Virginia’s 5th District Congressman speaks out on issues

Congressman Tom Garrett talks about his recent trip to Syria and the U.S. considering total withdrawal of forces from Syria.

Congressman Tom Garrett (122018)

Things to remember for last minute Christmas shoppers

The rush is on at the stores and online.  Julie Wheeler with the BBB of Western Virginia offers some help when making your purchases.

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year or is it?

If the holidays seem exhausting, Dr. Saundra Dalton-Smith offers up ways to slow down and dial it back.

Dr Saundra Holiday Exhaustion

Changes for Liberty Flames Football

Ian McCaw (Liberty photo)

Ian McCaw, Director of Athletics at Liberty University, discusses the change in the football program for 2019 on The Morning Line.

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Is Lynchburg missing out on a growth opportunity?

The Lynchburg Regional Business Alliance holds their 2018 Economic Summit this Thursday.  Megan Lucas talks about the Economic Summit and featured speaker, Bill Fruth of POLICOM Corporation, discusses local economies

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