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Keystone Edition
Sundays at 7:30a and 4:30p

WVIA connects you to your neighborhood and to the world. Each Sunday we explore our region as we introduce you to the people and places that make this part of Pennsylvania unique. From artists, to business leaders, to politicians, to your neighbors who have fascinating and sometimes surprising stories to tell.

Keystone Edition is produced by the WVIA News team and is hosted by WVIA News team members on a rotating basis.

  • Sarah Hofius Hall speaks with first generation college students, Sarah Scinto interviews the director of a domestic violence center, and more.
  • This week, Haley O’Brien looks for Flying Squirrels in the Poconos, Isabela Weiss joins our public media partners across PA to highlight sections from the governor’s budget, and more.
  • Learn from a mining engineer about the modern coal mining process, efforts to clean up mine waste, a lecture series for Black History Month, and more.
  • Meet another Hidden Hero of our community, get a preview of Keystone Edition Arts, learn about a program helping mothers in Pike County, and more.
  • This week, a Lycoming County resident talks about a community rehabilitation program, George Graham reviews the new album from folk duo, Last Birds, and more.
  • Isabella Weiss reports from the PA Farm Show, Fiona Powell chats with members of the Lewisburg Arts Council, and more.
  • Tom Riese reports on grocery store inflation, Erica Shames reports on climate action efforts, and more!
  • This week, preserving our region's coal mining past with Kat Bolus, meet another hidden hero of our community, and more.
  • This week, we hear about paleontology and the arts, how organizations are addressing homelessness in NEPA, and more.
  • This week, Isabela Weiss takes us to Women in Agriculture day in Tioga County, Haley O'Brien introduces us to a Salvation Army bell-ringer,