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CHARLESTON, WV -

In the first segment, attorney Mike Callaghan speaks with Bray about his involvement in the corruption cases coming out of Mingo County, WV.  Callaghan represents Robert and Kim Woodruff.

Bray sits down with Emily Chittenden-Laird, WV Child Advocacy Network Executive Director and Raleigh County Schools Superintendent Jim Brown to talk about new training being done in WV schools to keep kids safe. 

Bray talks to Richard Creehan, President of Alderson Broaddus University, about his background and how he found his way to the position of president.   Creehan also talks about how he was able to increase enrollment rates at Alderson Broaddus. 

United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts stops by to speak with Bray about the good news the WMWA has had throughout the week.

West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey tells Bray about his efforts in the Attorney General's office and what he is doing to change the office.