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MetroNews This Morning 2-13-20

Heavy rainfall overnight creates a growing number of high water situations, flood watches are posted and in many cases are being upgraded to flood warnings as streams and creeks are leaving their banks in West Virginia. Elsewhere, a murder arrest in Fayette Co. from a homicide last summer, police release the names in a Charleston crime spree, a Mercer County delegate slows the legislative floor sessions way down, and the WVSSAC will review this weeks incident involving the Greenbrier East vs. Woodrow Wilson game in girls basketball. In Sports, WVU falls at home to Kansas as shooting goes cold. Those stories and more in today’s edition.

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