Fred Echols

WVTF/RADIO IQ News Host, Producer and Reporter

Fred Echols is a long time member of the WVTF/RADIO IQ news department and produces news content as well as public affairs programs. Fred's career in broadcasting began in North Carolina's Triad before switching from commercial radio where he'd held numerous positions including program director to hosting public radio programming at WVTF.

 

VaNews for 05.13.13

May 13, 2013

One of Virginia’s worst political scandals  is back in the headlines while a statewide political race that usually gets little attention will be in the spotlight this year.

Those stories have been among the the most read this past week on the Virginia Public Access Project’s VaNews at VPAP.org.

VaNews is a free public service of the Virginia Public Access Project and can be found at vpap.org.

VaNews for 04.22.13

Apr 22, 2013

Times have changed at one of Virginia’s oldest political events and the academic background of a Richmond school board member is under scrutiny.

Those were two of the most frequently read newspaper stories over the past week the Virginia Public Access Project’s VaNews link.

VaNews is a free public service of the Virginia Public Access Project and can be found at vpap.org.

VaNews for 04.15.13

Apr 15, 2013

If you think there are too many lawyers in politics it may be time to think again, at least where the Virginia General Assembly is concerned.

That story and one that exposes a loophole in the state’s new texting-while-driving law were at the top of the hit list on the Virginia Public Access Project’s VaNews link this past week. Fred Echols reports .

VaNews is a free public service of the Virginia Public Access Project and can be found at vpap.org.

VaNews for 04.09.13

Apr 9, 2013

Internet reports of an emergency lockdown at The College of William and Mary went national recently - but it never happened...and suspects are in custody in a string of arsons on Virginia’s eastern shore.

Newspaper stories about both made the most-clicked list for the past week at Virginia Public Access Project’s VaNews link. Fred Echols reports.

VaNews for 04.02.13

Apr 2, 2013

The Virginia General Assembly is losing another of its longest serving members and a single word added to a piece of legislation has made a complicated new law even more complicated.

Those stories were among the most clicked during the last week on Virginia Public Access Project’s VaNews link. Fred Echols reports.


VaNews is a free public service of the Virginia Public Access Project and can be found at vpap.org.
 

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