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MetroNews This Morning 1-14-21

The state Board of Education wants to have students in the classroom at least some in the new semester and has voted to ban fully remote instruction. However, some counties are defying the order and will stick with the remote plan while awaiting full inoculation of staff and faculty. Vaccine clinics are running non-stop in West Virginia only slowed by the limited supply of vaccine. The 85th Legislature gets started in Charleston and Homeland Security officials say there are no “credible threats” to West Virginia amid a warning from the FBI. In Sports, a battle of ranked teams in the MEC Wednesday night. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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