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MetroNews This Morning 1-25-22

Snowfall across the state and more may be coming–but nothing extremely significant. Covid surge continues and it’s leaving West Virginia hospitals in dire need of help. The National Guard is coming to the rescue with troops deployed to a number of health care facilities to cover gaps in staffing. The House of Delegates advances legislation aimed at offering additional protection against fentanyl exposure to first responders. In Sports, Big Monday in the Big XII Conference. Those stories and much more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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