MetroNews This Morning 6-7-22

The trial of a man charged with killing a Charleston Police officer is underway in Charleston. More information is out about the timeline of a shooting in Nicholas County which left a deputy and a suspect dead. Governor Jim Justice said he would be opposed to so called “red flag laws” being considered as part of new gun control legislation in Congress in the aftermath of several mass shootings in the United States. West Virginia will be among the first states to receive money through the federal capital project, which will be directed toward broadband expansion. In Sports, the North-South All Start week is here and the final MetroNews Power Poll in baseball is out. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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