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With every General Assembly seat on the ballot and some pivotal races right here in Hampton Roads, there's a lot at stake. Before you decide, be sure to listen to the candidates talk about the issues on HearSay with Cathy Lewis beginning Monday, October 22nd, from Noon – 1pm on 89.5 WHRV FM, public radio for Hampton Roads.
 
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This episode features the mystery short story Not a Penny More written by Jon Land. It is read by local actor Larry Mattox. Not a Penny More was published in the Strand Magazine a few years ago. You can learn more about the author on his website. In each episode, we share with you mystery short stories and mystery novel first chapters read by actor…
 
Virginia's mental hospitals are dealing with capacity issues, limiting care for patients and creating challenges for local law enforcement who have to keep people in custody while they await treatment. We explore the issue with local health professionals and law enforcement. Then, we discuss ways to address learning loss from the pandemic.…
 
We discuss the guilty verdict in the trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin over the death of George Floyd, as well as the dismissal of a Norfolk Police official who donated to a fundraiser for the accused Kenosha shooter. Then, we talk to First Lady of Virginia Pamela Northam about the state's child-care subsidy program. And fina…
 
A lawsuit against the Virginia Employment Commission raises questions about benefits and economic justice. Then, Cathy Lewis talks about the issues driving the 2021 elections. Finally, we talk about the state of local journalism with two reporters ending their time at The Virginian-Pilot.저자 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
 
Last week, President Joe Biden announced the U.S. will withdraw its forces from Afghanistan. Did you or a family member serve in the war? What is your reaction to this decision? We discuss the impact on the Hampton Roads community and the possible geopolitical implications of the troop withdrawal. Then, we discuss the recent controversies surroundi…
 
This episode features the first chapter of Assault With a Deadly Glue Gun by Lois Winston. It is read by local actor Julie Lucido. Assault With a Deadly Glue Gun was published in 2013 and is available for purchase. You can learn more on the author's website. In each episode, we share with you mystery short stories and mystery novel first chapters r…
 
This episode features the mystery short story Sweet Tea and Deviled Eggs by Sandra Murphy. It is read by local actor Donna Beavers. Sweet Tea and Deviled Eggs was published by Untreed Reads in the anthology From Hay to Eternity: Ten Devilish Tales of Crime and Deception. In each episode, we share with you mystery short stories and mystery novel fir…
 
Virginia Beach Mayor Bobby Dyer will talk to us about the issues facing his city. We will also discuss the challenges the hospitality industry faces, and the potential for recovery. Finally, we will talk about problem gambling in Virginia, and a partnership between the Virginia Lottery and a state agency trying to help.…
 
New revelations have surfaced about how Virginia Beach police officers are using facial recognition technology. Meanwhile, the city council of that community declined to give a review board power to probe the department. How should police provide transparency and accountability while doing their jobs effectively? We discuss these questions. Then, w…
 
In February, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam set a March 15 "deadline" for schools to reopen for in-person learning. For many students, that meant yesterday was their first day back in the classroom in nearly a year. We check in with the community about how it went. Then, we shift our discussion to U.S. defense strategy and how it could affect Hamp…
 
This episode features the first 2 chapters of Out of Time by Cathi Stoler. It is read by local actor Ian Jones. Out of Time was published by Black Opal Books in November of 2019 and is available for purchase. You can learn more on the author's website. In each episode, we share with you mystery short stories and mystery novel first chapters read by…
 
Many people like to share important moments in their lives on social media - engagements, new jobs, baby births. But what about being vaccinated against a deadly virus? We discuss the dynamics of whether to share your vaccine status online, and how it could make others feel. Then, we talk about concerns over the effectiveness and safety of COVID-19…
 
This is a special bonus episode which is a bit different—it is an excerpt from the audio book of Death in Rancho Las Amigas written by Gay Toltl Kinman. The audiobook is read and produced by actor and mystery author Harley Jane Kozak. The full audiobook is available on Audible. You can learn more on the author's website. In each episode, we share w…
 
Virginia Republicans will hold a drive up convention to select their nominees for statewide races, rather than a primary. If you are a Republican, will that affect your decision (or ability) to vote for the candidate of your liking? We discuss the details of how the convention will work, where it will take place, and who can participate. We also wa…
 
How do we reach underserved communities with vaccines? A Sentara official talks to Cathy about their plan. Then, we discuss the challenge fire fighters have to keep job protections after exposure to COVID-19. Finally, Cathy discusses the issue of human trafficking in Virginia with state official, a local expert and a director from Zeiders working t…
 
Reporters in Hampton Roads have produced an in-depth investigation into health insurance fraud at a popular OB-GYN office. Cathy talks to the reporters about their work, and the underlying story. We also discuss diversity at the Governor's School For The Arts and the new name of the tunnel boring machine used for the HRBT expansion.…
 
This episode features the mystery short story Still Life by Lori Rader-Day. It is read by local actor Cha Yang. Still Life was published in 2017 in Deadlier: 100 of the Best Crime Stories Written by Women and selected by Sophie Hannah. You can learn more about the author on her website. In each episode, we share with you mystery short stories and m…
 
The Virginian-Pilot and Daily Press will now be owned by Alden, a hedge fund with a history of cutting costs and reducing newsroom staff at its papers. We discuss what it could mean for our local papers with representatives of The Tidewater Media Guild. Then, we talk to the new special agent in charge of Norfolk's FBI Field Office.…
 
As the U.S Senate considers impeachment, Cathy discusses the issues that led us to this point, and the implications for 2021 in Virginia. Then we talk about a proposal to remove a same sex marriage ban from the state constitution. Finally, we learn about an effort to uncover evidence of the Underground Railroad with a grant from Virginia Humanities…
 
This episode features an excerpt from Leave It to Cleaver by Victoria Hamilton. It is read by local actor Ariel Linn. Leave it to Cleaver was published in June of 2017 by Beyond the Page Publishing and is available for purchase. You can learn more on the author's website. In each episode, we share with you mystery short stories and mystery novel fi…
 
Virginia's General Assembly passed a measure to abolish the death penalty, and the governor is expected to sign it. What is the legacy of capital punishment in our state? Cathy discusses the issue with the people involved. Then, we talk about in-person learning options coming to Virginia students.저자 89.5 WHRV-FM, Norfolk, VA
 
Dr. Victor Chen had a conversation with Cathy in the spring of 2020, about how COVID-19 would affect poverty and inequality. He returns to the program to update us and help us see the way ahead. Then, we discuss how the pandemic has affected domestic workers. Finally, Rep. Bobby Scott joins the program to talk about his priorities and the challenge…
 
This episode features the mystery short story The Bucket List By Ang Pompano. It is read by local actor Teya Juarez. The Bucket List was first published in Best New England Crime Stories: Red Dawn, Level Best Books (2015) and later in Kings River Life. You can learn more about the author on his website. In each episode, we share with you mystery sh…
 
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