MetroNews This Morning 10-12-21

The House and Senate are moving forward with redistricting plans for their respective bodies and the high profile act of reducing the state’s Congressional Districts from 3 to 2. The former Mayor of Richwood faces up to a decade in prison when he’s sentenced today for obtaining city money for personal use. A reward for information leading to an arrest in a massive Logan fire. WVU Medicine and CAMC report strong progress in vaccination of employees ahead of a deadline. A Covid outbreak at the state’s Veterans Nursing Home in Clarksburg and Marshall meets the first of five candidates to become the next president. In Sports, the new MetroNews High School Football Power Poll is out and a crazy game on Monday Night Football. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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