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MetroNews This Morning 8-17-22

A federal judge rejects the plea agreement of a Maryland couple arrested in West Virginia for espionage in the sale of nuclear secrets, they’ll now face trial in U.S. District Court. The cleanup is well underway in Kanawha and Fayette County from high water on Monday morning. We visit with some of those who have a mess on their hands. Also damage assessment from the flooding is underway as well. A major upgrade to a Charleston water treatment plant which provides drinking water to 11 West Virginia counties. Students are back on campus in Morgantown and after a night of enjoying Fall Fest return to class today at WVU. In Sports, Joe Brocato is in for Kyle and we’ll get a preview from perennial football power house Martinsburg and more from the WVU and Marshall training camps as football season is a day closer.

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