MetroNews This Morning 7-6-20

Plans for the Atlantic Coast Pipeline are scrubbed amid numerous legal uncertainties. Covid 19 cases take a sharp jump in West Virginia and a mask mandate may be coming for West Virginians. The Kanawha County School Board may vote today to remove the name of Stonewall Jackson from a local school. Three murders over the weekend in Charleston are under investigation. In Sports, the Marshall University alumni rock their opening game in the TBT. Those stories and more in today’s edition of MetroNews This Morning.

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