By Alex Sharp
Harrisonburg, VA – Alex Sharp is a Senior at James Madison University.
By Martha Woodroof
Harrisonburg, VA – There's a lot of controversy surrounding the teaching of the theory of evolution in public schools. sSo what, exactly, is the Theory of Evolution?
National Academy of Sciences information on teaching the Theory of Evolution
Information about Dr. Labov's presentation, October 21, 2009 at James Madison University
By Margee Greenfield
Harrisonburg, VA – Margee Greenfield lives in Harrisonburg.
By Tom Graham
Richmond, VA – Virginia's two major party candidates for governor faced off in debate, Monday October 12th, in Richmond.
WMRA's Tom Graham has highlights from the debate.
By Devan Malore
Lexington, VA – Devan Malore lives happily on the fringes of Lexington.
Harrisonburg, VA – Virginia has thirteen representatives in Congress.
Two U.S. Senators and eleven members of the House.
For them, as for all members of Congress, the divided debate about health care remains top of mind.
However, WMRA's Tom Graham discovered that partisan bickering is not the only thing currently taking place on Capitol Hill.
Harrisonburg, VA – U.Va. political Scientist Eric Patashnik's research on evidence-based medicine has become part of our national health care debate.
Dr. Patashnik was one of Tom Graham's guests yesterday on WMRA's Virginia Insight.
Reporter Martha Woodroof listened in and prepared this report.
By Sue Gier
Harrisonburg, VA – Sue Gier is a steering committee member of the Climate Action Alliance of the Valley.
Harrisonburg, VA – In this installment of WMRA's One Person's Voice, you'll meet Jessica Penner, a young woman who was born with a disease that causes bony growths on one side of her body.
In 2003, Jessica's doctors discovered that complications had developed with a previously-treated brain tumor.
By Ned Studholme
Afton, VA – Ned Studholme lives in Afton.