MetroNews This Morning 6-17-22

A deputy is recovering and a suspect is dead after a chaotic shooting incident in the middle of I-79 in Lewis County on Thursday. A woman accused of buying a gun for a felon who wound up killed in a shootout with police has been released to drug rehab. A Judicial Hearing Board is now weighing options on what punishment a Hardy County judge should face for his conduct during a traffic stop. Marshall President Brad Smith is busy filling positions and adding to his leadership team in Huntington. In Sports, Golden State claims the NBA championship, more post season honors for high school baseball and high school football workouts continue. Joe Brocato is in for Kyle Wiggs. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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