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MetroNews This Morning 8-15-22

There’s high water all across the Kanawha Valley this morning resulting from a steady downpour throughout the night, we’ll have live updates on the weather coming up on today’s program. Also today, West Virginia leaders continue to raise concerns about student performance on standardized testing in West Virginia. The WVU Foundation is reporting donations are down for the years to the university..and students are getting back into the swing of things on the Morgantown campus. In Sports, Joe Brocato is in for Kyle Wiggs and will have updates on football practice for both the Mountaineers and Marshall.

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