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MetroNews This Morning 6-14-22

A stormy night across West Virginia has left thousands without power today and forecasters say an even hotter day is on the way. A Kanawha County Jury has convicted a man of second degree murder in the killing of a Charleston Police Officer. A former elementary school counselor faces 25 to 35 years in federal prison after he admitted to attempting to lure young girls into making sexually explicit videos. Senator Manchin talks about the framework of an agreement on bi-partisan gun control legislation in Washington. In Sports, Joe Brocato is in for Kyle Wiggs and spoke to the Mountaineer Quarterback J-T Daniels at a WVU kids football camp plus the Class A all state baseball team is out and another WVU football recruit commits overnight. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning

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