MetroNews This Morning 6-24-22

The U.S. Senate has advanced it’s most significant gun control measure in nearly three decades overnight. The NTSB sheds a little more light on the ongoing investigation into that helicopter crash in Logan County this week which left six dead. Upshur County Chief Deputy Mike Coffman is improving after being shot in the line of duty in that incident on I-79 at Weston last week. A suspected murders is spotted in Monongalia County. In sports, summer workouts across several sports in West Virginia are underway and there is recruiting news for the Mountaineers. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.
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