MetroNews This Morning 8-26-22

The Turnpike is back open today–and the driver who lost control of his rig causing a nearly 20 hour shutdown of the highway faces a charge of DUI. The NTSB issues a preliminary report on the plane crash in Marion County which claimed three lives. Several thousand West Virginians would benefit from the Presidents student loan forgiveness program. Trial is set for a Monongalia County deputy who denies allegations of excessive force and violation of a suspect’s civil rights. In Sports, Kyle Wiggs and Fred Persinger join us to recap last night’s opening night in high school football and previews tonight’s match-ups on the first Friday night of the season. Those stories and more in today’s MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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