Metronews This Morning 6-3-20

Protests over the death of George Floyd continue across the country and Morgantown stages one of the biggest yet in West Virginia. So far those have been largely peaceful and without violence and vandalism, but Governor Justice says he would call out the National Guard if it were turn the other way. A milestone in flood recovery four years later in West Virginia. A bizarre twist as the search for a woman who supposedly fell from a cliff in the Grandview area of the New River Gorge comes to an end. The Coronavirus deaths rise by two in the Mountain State and Governor Justice is pitching West Virginia as the potential site for the 2020 Republican National Convention. Those stories and more in today’s edition of Metronews This Morning.

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