MetroNews This Morning 7-19-22

A preliminary injunction on the state’s abortion law is taking things back to how the were before the overturning of Roe v Wade in West Virginia. A theft of copper from new light towers along the interstate results in one arrest and more than a million dollars in damage. Separate overnight standoffs with police in Boone County and Harrison County ended peacefully. In Sports, West Virginia native Ryan Switzer retires from football and two Mountaineers are picked up in the MLB draft. Those stories and much more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.
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