MetroNews This Morning 8-9-22

A Fayette County teacher is headed to prison for sexual misconduct with his minor students. House Speaker Roger Hanshaw will face a challenge for his position as the leader in the House from Delegate Brandon Steele. There are vast numbers of vacancies within the Division of Highways–and teacher shortages are a concern as well headed into the first days of the school year. Plus country Music Icon Dolly Parton will be in West Virginia today–celebrating her children’s reading program. In Sports, more coverage of preseason drills from WVU and high school fields across the state. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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