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.

Federal Opioid Strikeforce Indicts More Than A Dozen Ohio Valley Doctors
ARC Funds Addiction Treatment For Women In Rural Kentucky And Ohio
HHS Provides Additional Funding to Expand Addiction Treatment
As Opioid Crisis Affects A New Generation, Experts Study Long-Term Effects Of Prenatal Exposure
CDC Data Show Ohio Valley Still Has Nation’s Highest Overdose Death Rates
Ohio Valley Lawmakers Helped Shape Bipartisan Bill On Opioid Crisis
The Doctor And The Epidemic: Three Years At Ground Zero Of The Opioid Crisis
New Ohio Data Show Sharp Increase In Overdose Deaths From The Opioid Fentanyl
Surgeon General Says Opioid Crisis Requires Fight Against Stigma