Due to the rise in COVID-19 cases, we have changed our office policy for entry. Everyone must ring our doorbell for service. Prior to entry, you will be asked several questions via our intercom system. Upon satisfactory answering of questions, you will be given a COVID-19 form for completion through our door slot. Once finished, you will have your temperature taken and escorted into our office. All individuals must wear a mask. Only those with appointments are allowed to be in the office at this time. We are active participants in flattening the curve and appreciate your cooperation in this matter.

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ICYMI: In Focus on race relations in America

BLUEFIELD, W.Va (WVVA) – In case you missed it, on Sunday June 7, WVVA’s In Focus segment centered on race relations in America in the wake of 46-year-old George Floyd’s death. He was killed May 25 in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Since then, protests and riots have happened all over America. Peaceful protests have taken place in cities and towns across Southern West Virginia as well.

The guests featured on this edition of In Focus include Dr. Kristi Dumas, a Beckley psychologist, Robert Dunlap, a Beckley attorney and Bishop Frederick Brown with the Faith Center Church in Bluefield, West Virginia.

In Focus is a 30-minute show that airs every Sunday at 9 a.m. on WVVA.

If you have any ideas for future editions of In Focus, email us at news@wvva.com. You can also email your ideas to the hosts, evening anchors Melinda Zosh at mzosh@wvva.com and Martin Staunton at mstaunton@wvva.com

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