MetroNews This Morning 7-21-21

Dr. Clay Marsh warns West Virginians not to drop their guard, especially with the Delta Variant of Covid 19 moving across the country and into West Virginia. DHHR fortunately reports no new deaths in the past two days in West Virginia from the virus. Governor Jim Justice will be on the road today awarding more big winners in the Do it For Babydog Vaccination Sweepstakes. A Hurricane woman has a new plea hearing date set for next month over her alleged involvement in the January 6th riots at the U.S. Capitol. Extradition for a Charleston man wanted for two separate murders in Charleston is getting started. In Sports, two champions will be crowned in Charleston tonight in the TBT to advance on to the next level of the event. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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