Metronews This Morning 6-2-20

Governor Jim Justice says West Virginians who are handling protests over George Floyd’s death in the correct manner without vandalism and violence. Justice said he was proud to see how those happened, but if they were violent as seen in other places, he wouldn’t hesitate to use the National Guard to restore order. A third lawsuit over a wrongful death at the Clarksburg V-A Hospital. Another Covid 19 death in West Virginia and three test positive in the Marshall Athletic Department. Ground is finally broke to build new schools in Nicholas County after they were destroyed almost four years ago. Those stories and more in today’s edition of Metronews This Morning.

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