MetroNews This Morning 4-26-22

State lawmakers will return to the capitol today to continue work on several pieces of legislation in special session. There is more concern about the proposed reforms which could cut services at three of West Virginia’s V-A hospitals. State officials say revenues continue to come in strong for West Virginia in the month of April. Potomac State has a new leader and a New York theater company will bring an off Broadway production about the Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster to Raleigh County. In Sports, the latest MetroNews High School baseball rankings are in—Kyle Wiggs is back at the sports desk today. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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