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MetroNews This Morning 12-16-21

A Hurricane woman will learn how much prison time she’ll get out of her actions on Jan. 6 tomorrow. A former school counselor in Kanawha County is hit with additional charged in an federal indictment over child pornography. Morgantown fire fighters and the city remain at odds over holiday pay. Governor Jim Justice plans an announcement today on the remaining federal pandemic relief funds. Marshall’s protocols for the spring will be much like the fall semester. In Sports, Neil Brown talks about his biggest recruiting class since coming to WVU and Marshall prepares for it’s bowl game in the Big Easy. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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