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MetroNews This Morning 5-3-22

Investigators now say that incident in Sutton from the weekend which claimed three lives–including that of a fireman–was a murder suicide. More than 60 people have taken oaths to become U.S. Citizens in a naturalization ceremony in Charleston, including a Ukrainian woman whose family continues to fend off Russian forces in her native land. Cleanup goes on in Monongalia County after powerful weekend storms and Wood County voters will be asked to approve a multi-Million dollar construction bond on the upcoming ballot.  In Sports, WVU adds a defensive lineman transfer from Georgia Tech and the latest Metronews Power Poll for high school baseball is out. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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