Aaron Payne

Aaron Payne

WOUB (Athens, OH)

Aaron Payne tackles the related issues of addiction recovery and economic recovery for the ReSource. He is a radio guy who first took to the airwaves at WMUL-FM, the campus voice for Marshall University, where he studied journalism. Aaron was the play-by-play voice of the West Virginia Miners baseball team (and he has the championship ring to prove it). At West Virginia Public Broadcasting he covered the state legislature and a chemical spill that left more than a quarter of a million people without potable water – including him. Aaron has also been a correspondent and director of news and programming for West Virginia MetroNews. In his spare time, Aaron enjoys listening to music, reading a good book, wandering in the outdoors and watching sports of all kinds.

How Should Opioid Lawsuit Money Be Spent? Ohio Valley Has No Shortage Of Needs   
Born Exposed: Schools Seek Ways To Help Children Exposed To Drugs In The Womb 
ARC Awards Grant To Help Pave Road To Addiction Recovery
New Data Show Opioid Deaths May Have Peaked, And Reveal Scale Of Past Pain Pill Sales
New Prescription: Ohio Valley Native Dr. Patrice Harris Is First Black Woman To Lead AMA
Hit Hard By Opioids, West Virginia Hoping Athletics Can Be A Game Changer In Addiction
ARC POWER Grant Recipients Meet To Discuss Economic Development
U.S.-China Official Says Countries Continue Work To Limit Flow Of Fentanyl
Working Toward Recovery: Ohio Town Fights Addiction With Focus On Economy 
Investigation Finds Ohio Valley Hit Hard By Fentanyl As Locals Asked For More Federal Help