MetroNews This Morning 4-22-22

WVU Medicine and Thomas Health have unveiled plans for a merger. An ongoing argument over a proposed early voting precinct in Charleston is finally settled by the calendar. A missing Harrison County child and its mother who was a fugitive have been located in New York. A Taylor county school teacher face sex related charges. A major gift to Marshall’s School of Business and the ribbon will be cut on renovations done at North Bend State Park. In Sports, WVU and Marshall culminate spring football practice tomorrow. Joe Brocato is in for Kyle Wiggs on Sports. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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