MetroNews This Morning 6-14-21

Calls are growing for the state Democratic Party Chair to step down. Two shootings from the weekend in Mercer County are under investigation. Deliberations in the penalty phase of Morgantown murder trial today. Weather creates a lot of headaches for West Virginia this weekend and the National Guard is celebrating milestones as only the guard can. Students seeking the Promise Scholarship are afforded more time and in sports, high school baseball and softball play move to the regionals. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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