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MetroNews This Morning 2-28-20

More snowfall on the way for West Virginia, there is a divide between the House and Senate over funding Governor Jim Justice’s priories in the budget. State Health officials say there is no COVID 19 in W.Va,–but they are urging people to make preparations in case there are. A fatal fire overnight in Huntington and a woman is killed by a train in Mingo County. In Sports, Mountaineer legend Rod Thorn’s jersey to be retired and Marshall falls on the road. Those stories and more on today’s edition of Metronews This Morning.

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Finance board for state insurer goes with straight premium increases
Board ruled out hybrid proposals that would have meant lower premium increases offset by higher deductibles, out-of-pocket costs and prescription costs.
March 30, 2023 - 4:59 pm
Dolan concerned about inconsistencies in new Hope play-transfer law
SSAC executive director hoping for legislative cleanup later this year.
March 30, 2023 - 4:25 pm
Having reached a comfortable weight, Hubbard hopes versatility can pay dividends up front
Ja’Quay Hubbard, who lost approximately 100 pounds throughout high school and early into college, worked to add some of that weight back. He's now repping at both tackle and guard in spring football.
March 30, 2023 - 4:18 pm
Shooting under investigation in Nicholas County
Domestic dispute occurred Thursday afternoon.
March 30, 2023 - 3:52 pm