MetroNews This Morning 6-30-22

The ACLU has filed a lawsuit to challenge West Virginia’s existing abortion law, a measure which was passed in the late 1800’s. Funeral services are set for this weekend at the State Capitol for World War II Medal of Honor recipient Hershel Woody Williams. Reaction to Woody’s death has poured in from all over and on today’s program we hear Woody’s explanation of that day on Iwo Jima which resulted in his recommendation for the military’s highest decoration. Also today, a frightening discovery in an Elkins building under renovation, the Lottery will close out the year with strong earnings, and gas prices ease just a tad ahead of the 4th of July weekend. In Sports, the Big XII confirms the next Commissioner of the Conference. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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