MetroNews This Morning 5-4-21

Severe weather leaves damage in West Virginia’s eastern panhandle. A landmark case against the big three distributors of painkillers resumes today in Charleston federal court. The investigation continues into the murder of a high school basketball player in Beckley while teammates and classmates mourn his loss. A Greenbrier County man facing murder charges after admitting to killing a woman and dumping her body in a well. The push to get more West Virginia young people vaccinated continues and in sports, after a year hiatus, the boys state high school basketball tournament starts today. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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