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MetroNews This Morning 10-13-21

Former Richwood Mayor Bob Henry Baber is headed to prison for misuse of flood relief funds. The PSC gives the green light to a rate hike to keep three coal fired power plants in West Virginia operational through at least 2040. The House and Senate continue to consider Congressional and legislative maps to redraw state political boundaries. A Marshall alum makes his pitch to the be school’s next president. A Maryland couple appears in Martinsburg federal court to answer to allegations of espionage against the United States. A MetroNews Affiliate radio station celebrates a major milestone and in sports, Neal Brown talks about what they need to work on during the off week. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.
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