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MetroNews This Morning 5-4-22

First responders will escort the body of a fallen firefighter from Charleston back to Braxton County this morning. Two men are charged in Huntington after they rolled up to a local hospital with a body wrapped up in carpet in their vehicle. West Virginians are reacting to the draft Supreme Court opinion leaked this week and seeming to signal a pending reversal of the landmark Row v Wade decision. Alex Mooney gets a boost in his quest for the Republican nomination in the newly formed second Congressional District from former President Donald Trump. In Sports, Quarterback J-T Daniels has signed the paperwork to become a Mountaineer and posts season high school baseball and softball are getting started…Kyle Wiggs will have the latest. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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