MetroNews This Morning 5-18-22

Two national companies have put in bids for a complete review of West Virginia’s DHHR. A federal judge ends the practice of saying the Lord’s Prayer ahead of Parkersburg City Council meetings. The family of a disabled student in Taylor County is filing suit against the local school board for allegedly using a belt to bind up the child in class. The state unveils the first of it’s West Virginia Mountain Rides routes aimed at promoting travel on West Virginia’s most scenic roads this summer. Also, we talk to State Attorney General Patrick Morrisey about the state’s lawsuit against two opioid makers which is winding down in Charleston. Kyle Wigs has results of the high school softball and baseball post season action. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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