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Leannda Carey
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Newscenter 88
Monday-Friday 5-5:30p ET

Daily 30-minute news program covering Marshall, the Tri-State and beyond. more>

Marshall This Week
Fridays 6-6:30p ET

Week in review of Marshall University news as told by the Newscenter 88 team.

The Sowards Report
Mondays 5:30-8p ET

News/talk program featuring progressive host Matt Sowards. Listeners can also call in. more>

Become a WMUL volunteer!
See the stories in the left column? Those could have your name by them. Even if you have no journalism or broadcasting experience, you can become an award-winning journalist just by volunteering at WMUL! We are more than happy to train newbies on how to make great programming. Here are two easy ways to get started:

1. Fill out an online application. We will contact you as soon as possible.

2. Attend the weekly news meeting Mondays at 8p in CB201. Need directions? Here's a station map. CB201 is labeled "Classroom" on the map, and CB204 is labeled "Staff Room."

Special section: Adam Cavalier @ Hearst Awards

Adam Cavalier at Hearst Awards

In June WMUL volunteer Adam Cavalier won second place in the nation's most prestigious collegiate award competition in journalism, the Hearst Journalism awards. Now, we present the pieces that ultimately earned him $4,000.

Pier 39 in San Francisco2nd place @ National Finals: Some San Fran businesses already seeing turnaround

Some economists are predicting the recession is just about to turn the corner. As Adam Cavalier reports, it already has for some San Francisco businesses, while others patiently wait for a potentially potent tourist season.

Note: Here is a transcript if you find parts of the piece difficult to hear.

Final Qualifier: Salvation Army busy during February winter storm

During February's winter storm tens of thousands of Tri-State residents were left without power for several days. That meant thousands were forced to flee to a warm place to get a warm meal. Adam Cavalier picks up the story from the Salvation Army.

Camden Park's Big DipperSemifinal Qualifier: Big Dips for 50 Years

Just a few miles from downtown Huntington lies West Virginia's only amusement park, Camden Park. Adam Cavalier traveled to the park's signature roller coaster and successfully captured 50 years of emotions in about three minutes.