The Morningline 05/07/2021

It’s an all male version of The Morningline this Friday as Mari and Ashley get the weekend off! Brian, Anthony, and special guest host Tory Lucas take the reins in what proves to be a wild way to end the week! The Big 3: Minnesota Bank Standoff, Idaho School Shooting, and the Northam Press Conference […]

The Morningline 05/06/2021

Big 3: Trump’s Facebook ban upheld, many still without power in the area, and a Mali woman gave birth to 9 babies (she only expected 7!) 6 AM Hour: CDC releases guidance for kids at summer camp. We celebrate Nurses, the Day of Prayer, Beverages, and Mari getting #triggered by passwords; & listeners weigh in […]

Lynchburg’s Teacher of the Year: Rachel Parr

Rachel Parr (aka Miss Parr) has been voted Lynchburg City Schools 2021 Teacher of the Year who teachers 4th grade at T.C. Miller Elementary School for Innovation. She talks about her passion for teaching and the kids. Rachel also shares some inspirational quotes that have helped her approach to leading and guiding her students & […]

CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT: Winsome Sears

Republican candidate for Lt. Governor of Virginia Winsome Sears joined the Morningline to discuss the importance of rallying black voters, the challenges of running as a black republican, her campaign strategy, the legalization of marijuana, critical race theory and our kids in schools WLNI · CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT: Winsome Sears

CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT: Pete Snyder

GOP Candidate for Governor Pete Snyder joins the Morningline to discuss gun rights, the parole board investigation, and why he believes he’s the best candidate for the Republicans: WLNI · Pete Snyder 5 – 5-21

CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT: Tim Hugo

Delegate Tim Hugo is seeking the GOP nomination for Lt. Governor. He joined the Morningline to discuss the parole board, legalization of marijuana, and controversy over a flyer about one of his opponents. WLNI · Tim Hugo 5 – 4-21

CANDIDATE SPOTLIGHT: Kirk Cox

Va. Delegate and GOP candidate for Governor Kirk Cox discusses the upcoming GOP convention, education, the parole board, and more with the Morningline: WLNI · Kirk Cox 5 – 3-21