MetroNews This Morning 5-6-22

The state rests its case in the ongoing lawsuit against two opioid drug companies in Charleston. There was a stabbing overnight near the Marshall campus and a man is struck and killed by a train in Cabell County. West Virginia Congressmen Alex Mooney and David McKinley meet face to face on MetroNews Talkline to debate issues ahead of their primary election face-off on Tuesday. Skilled firefighters were able to rescue a woman who had gotten herself stranded on the underside of a bridge over the Kanawha River Thursday and funeral arrangements are set for next week for a Braxton County fireman killed in the line of duty. A conversation about who might be in the running as the state’s next Governor and in Sports, when they could dodge the rain, post season softball and baseball games were happening and WVU baseball gets ready for an important weekend as the Longhorns visit Morgantown. Those stories ad more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.
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