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DECISION MAKERS: Bray sits down with guests in Clarksburg, WV to discuss a recent shooting that shocked the community

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Bray sits down with Brian Jarvis, President of the Exponent Telegram.  A father and son paper delivery team was shot in Clarksburg and they worked fro Jarvis.  Jarvis tells Bray about the men and what it was like to have them as employees.

Kristy Cunningham, a resident of Locust Avenue, tells Bray about living in the neighborhood and her experience the night four people were shot near her house.

Kristy Cunningham tells Bray about her efforts to take her neighborhood back from drugs and crime.

Catherine Goings, Mayor of Clarksburg, discusses the shooting that took the lives of four people, including two innocent people.  Mayor goings also discusses the issues of drugs and crime in Clarksburg and what the city is doing to fight back.

Former Clarksburg mayor and current city council member Patsy Trecost II tells Bray about the start of the drug war in West Virginia.

Bray talks to Larry Cottrill, Vice President and General Manager of WBOY.  Cottrill speaks to Bray about the close proximity of the problems in Clarksburg to the studio and how the shooting impacted the community.