MetroNews This Morning 5-16-22

State Police are reopening a grisly cold case file from 1970 in the search for the missing heads of the victims. Troopers are also partnering with the Division of Highways to get motorists to slow down in highway work zones with targeted speed enforcement. Canvassing of last week’s primary election results gets started today to certify the votes. Those election results include a major turnover on the Lincoln County School Board. In sports, two former Mountaineers throw in the big leagues Sunday–one for the first time ever. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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