WHAG's Kidscaster for Wednesday September 19th, 2012 - Chloe Webb
The Kidcaster for September 12 is Jacob.
Pickin' In The Panhandle BBQ and Bluegrass Festival kicks off this weekend in Hedgesville.
WHAG's Kidscaster for August 22 is Anecia Woolcock.
Patrick Morrisey, the Republican candidate for Attorney General in West Virginia, joins WHAG for a live interview Tuesday.
This week's Kidcaster is Trenton Spoonire. He's going into the 4th grade at Eastern Elementary.
This week's Kidscaster is Adam Measell from Greencastle. He's going into the sixth grade this fall and plays the trombone.
Matthew Rotruck just got back from vacationing at Lake Anna. He likes to ride four-wheelers and is going into the sixth grade.
This week's Kidcaster is Audrey Elliott of Martinsburg.
James Fakult, the President of Operations with Potomac Edison, joins WHAG for a live interview to explain what crews are doing to quickly restore power to those without it in the Four-State.
This week's Kidcaster is Kristen Embly, a fifth grader at Mountainview Elementary. She's going into the 6th grade and loves to play basketball!
Frontier Communications is expanding its internet service across West Virginia.
A walk to help put an end to bullying will be held Friday night in Shepherdstown.
In honor of World Oceans Day, members of the National Aquarium in Baltimore stopped by WHAG's studio on Thursday.
This week's Kidcaster is Taylor from Greencastle.
It's National Tourism Week and West Virginia is being called the "playground we call home" for the occasion.
From May through November, the West Virginia Division of Highways will have up to 300 road construction zones that will affect traffic every day.
Dozens of agencies are working with the West Virginia chapter of AARP this week, offering free classes on managing personal finances and fraud prevention.
He's only one of seven in the world. The unusual talent of welding together art and metal design has earned West Virginia artist Jeff Fetty international recognition.
If you enjoy Mediterranean cuisine, there's a little place in the four-state area that specializes in it. Chef Alfredo Amaya joins WHAG to share the cuisine.
Jennifer Mullen crashes Lou Scally's weather forecast for Hug An Anchor Day.
April Fools is almost here, which means the tax deadline is a few weeks away. IRS tax consultant, Cassell Pulliam, gives some helpful information on filing.
Jody Gastfriend, Vice President of Care Management for care.com, talks about some of the challenges aging adults and baby boomers are facing in the work force.
WHAG's Kidscaster for Wednesday March 28th, 2012: Jarrett Gelsinger
A Winchester French chef puts a twist on some classic dishes.
Having a user-friendly and informative website is a must for small businesses, but Google says more than 60-percent of small businesses do not have a website.
The WHAG Kidscaster for Wednesday, March 14th is Emily Dodds.
Students from Saint Maria Goretti act out a scene from "Celebration".
Whether it's Thin Mints of Samoas, it's that time of the year when the iconic Girl Scout cookies go on sale and make their way into our pantries.
Students from Saint maria Goretti's drama club and thespian troupe, The Goretti Players, join WHAG for a live interview. They talk about the school's spring drama production, "Celebration".
WHAG's Kidcaster for March 7th is Megan List.
High School culinary students are competing in a state-wide competition on who can make the best dishes.
Hundreds of nutritional supplements are on the market. Each promises to improve our health. In this edition of Health matters, Dr. David looks a one of the most popular and tells us if it's help or hype.
In today's constantly changing times, internet access has helped companies expand and develop, but in West Virginia, many areas don't have broadband access because of the state's terrain and rural areas.
Chef Scott is back and this time he's dishing up foods for Saint Patrick's Day!
North Hagerstown High will present "The Wizard of Oz" in March.
Tax season is here and there is a tax credit that could put money back into your pocket. In West Virginia, free tax preparation sites are opening up to tell you about it, along with helping you with your taxes.
The Kidcaster for February 22nd is Max Raulli.
Soprano Elisabeth Turchi has performed with the Maryland Symphony Orchestra and a number of other performances around the four-state area.
The Kidscaster for February 15th is Rece Shelly.
Randy Plante is a pilot and author with a mission to help dogs find their forever homes.
Tonight's Braggin Rights goes to a teenager who is standing tall in uniform.
Wine expert and owner of Knob Hall Winery in Clear Spring, Richard Seibert, joins WHAG to give ideas for wine pairing for romantic dinners.
Monday was "Tourism Day" in Charleston. Representatives in the field come to bring awareness on how vital tourism is in the state.
Show your Valentine how much you love them by cooking something from Chef Scott! In this Newsmaker, Chef Scott whips up some chocolate-covered strawberries, caesar salad with shrimp and chicken, baked brie, fruit salad with honey and a cheese tray.
WHAG's Kidcaster for February 8th is Will Maurer. He's in the 4th grade and loves theatre.
Mort Kunstler is one of the most premier historical artists in America and his main focus is on the Civil War. He's been commissioned to paint a piece to honor the 150th anniversary of the Civil War for the Battle of Antietam.
Alternative sources of energy are a hot topic for lawmakers on both sides and in West Virginia, one of those sources is coal.
The Super Bowl is this Sunday and many people may be getting ready for a big party, but sometimes we're all so busy we don't have time to make anything. Don't worry, Texas Roadhouse has some tips when it comes to preparing some simple and delicious appetizers for any party.
WHAG's Kidcaster for February 1st is Grace.