MetroNews This Morning 4-28-22

More frost and freeze warnings today across West Virginia as spring continues to hold out on us. Early voting is underway in the May Primary election. Lottery officials say the stress of the pandemic is loosening its grip on casinos in West Virginia. Attorneys will continue presenting evidence in the state’s trial against two drug makers today in Charleston. The newest member of the state Supreme Court is now on the bench. In Sports, the NFL draft is tonight in Las Vegas and the Mountaineers fall flat at home against Penn State. Those stories and more in our MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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