MetroNews This Morning 6-22-21

Storms Monday afternoon and overnight leave some damage, mostly in northern West Virginia. The rebound from the 2016 flood continues even five years after the water destroyed everything in its path. Governor Jim Justice talks about vaccinations again in his first media briefing of the week. A Pendleton County mail carrier learns his fate for tampering with mail in election information. Two are killed in separate ATV wrecks in West Virginia and rail traffic in Mercer County is halted by cows. In Sports, the Mountaineers get a commitment from a highly touted quarterback prospect from Arizona and the state softball tourney is ready to go today–weather permitting. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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