MetroNews This Morning 5-23-22

The Legislative interim committee meetings will continue today on the road at WVU. Lawmakers are talking about a lot of university related issues and hearing from EMS leaders about the struggles they are facing. Russia’s foreign ministry has put out a list of Americans no longer allowed to visit their country–several of West Virginia’s elected leaders are on the list. A man who deliberately crashed his car into a Putnam County Dairy Queen Saturday faces a range of charges–amazingly nobody was hurt. Parkersburg’s Mayor talks about efforts to clean up some major debris fields in his city left by homeless encampments. In Sports, WVU sweeps Kansas State in the final series of the regular season and the University of Charleston falls in a valiant effort at post season play. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.
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