MetroNews This Morning 5-13-22

A new ad campaign calls on Senator Manchin to do more to help prioritize black lung benefits for coal miners. Tudor’s Biscuit World is the target of a lawsuit claiming managers threatened employees at one store when they attempted to organize a union. The newest State Supreme Court Justice is installed on the court. Toyota is grooming a class of high school students to be ready to join the company’s Putnam County plant when they graduate and commencement exercises are set for this weekend at West Virginia University. Haley Bunn has taken her seat on the State Supreme Court and spoke during her investiture ceremony Thursday. Joe Brocato is in today for Kyle Wiggs on sports and has a preview of the Mountaineers baseball series this weekend at Oklahoma. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.
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