MetroNews This Morning 7-18-22

Two people are dead after a double-shooting overnight in Kanawha County. A court hearing is set for this afternoon challenging West Virginia’s abortion law. State Lawmakers say communication with the Governor’s office on a plan to lower personal income taxes has been almost nil. Some minor flooding overnight in parts of the state as severe pop storms produced heavy rain. In Sports, the Major League Baseball All-Star break is here and a West Virginia native is the 16th Overall Pick by Cleveland in the Major League Baseball draft. Kyle Wiggs is back from vacation and will have all of the day’s sports. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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