MetroNews This Morning 5-9-22

It’s the eve of the Primary election day in West Virginia and early voting wrapped up Saturday in the state. Redistricting will create some new looks for some at the polls tomorrow. Governor Justice will be in Huntington today to take a look at flood damage which occurred in Friday’s severe storms that passed through the region. An overnight shooting at the Chief Logan Lodge leaves one man hospitalized and another in jail. Broadway comes to Beckley tonight as Woodrow Wilson High School will host a performance of Coal Country–an off Broadway play showcasing the story of the Upper Big Branch Mine Disaster. In Sports, the Mountaineers salvage a win to avoid a sweep by Texas in college baseball. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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