MetroNews This Morning 9-14-20

A carjacking results in a member of Clarksburg City Council hospitalized with a gunshot wound and a man wanted in Delaware in custody. Covid 19 numbers continue to trend upward in the state with the nation’s highest R-T Value. Counties in “orange” on the color coded map are doing school from home today. Housing grans arrive from USDA for southern West Virginia and a storm in the Gulf of Mexico called “Sally” is threatening to bring us to rain later in the week. In Sports, WVU rolls and the suspensions which preceded the Eastern Kentucky game are now fulfilled and all are reinstated. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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