MetroNews This Morning 5-17-22

Covid numbers are on the rise again in West Virginia which is a concern to state officials, but they say hospitalizations have remained relatively low. A member of the West Virginia Air Guard has now been charged with a role in the January 6th riots on Capitol Hill. A Beckley man is sentenced for his role in the shooting death of a popular high school basketball player. Funeral services today for a late Nicholas County Deputy and the man who founded Go-Mart has died. Also the state House Majority Leader is frustrated there is little the state can do about the baby formula shortage. In sports, state high school softball and baseball seasons are winding down. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning Podcast.

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