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MetroNews This Morning 7-15-22

Flooding in McDowell County from earlier this week results in a State of Emergency Declaration from the Governor. The national said goodbye to Woody Williams–World War II’s last Medal of Honor recipient on Thursday. An investigation is underway after an explosion at a silicone recycling plant in Parkersburg Thursday and there is concern among state health officials as the new variant of Covid 19 begins to take hold. In Sports, more from Big XII Media Days in Texas and a West Virginia coaching legend gets another high honor. Joe Brocato is filling in for the vacationing Kyle Wiggs and will have those stories. It’s all in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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