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    MetroNews This Morning 9-26-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 26, 2022 14:59


    Today's MetroNews This Morning Podcast top stories: --Three band students from Princeton Senior HS recover from injuries in a weekend wreck--A 12 year old boy has drowned in the Ohio River at Huntington--Business leaders puzzled by Governor Jim Justice's opposition to Amendment 2--This year's flu season could be the worst in years--In Sports: WVU and Texas will play in a night game in Austin

    MetroNews This Morning 9-23-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2022 11:47


    Today on the MetroNews This Morning podcast : --WVU takes down Virginia Tech 33-10--Woman who killed her adoptive parents in Wood County gets prison time--One of those charged in the killing of notorious crime boss Whitey Bulger to appear in court today--It's Football Friday and we'll preview tonight's top game.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-22-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2022 16:04


    Today on the MetroNews This Morning podcast: --U.S.Senator Joe Manchin unveils text of his energy permitting bill--W.Va. Transportation Secretary Jimmy Wriston testifies on Capitol Hill--A trial date is set for a man facing charges in a fatal boating accident last summer at Stonewall Jackson Lake--Sports: The battle for the Black Diamond Trophy is tonight at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Va.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-21-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 15:29


    Today on MetroNews This Morning: --The state reaches a settlement to opioid lawsuits with Wal-Mart and CVS--Senator Manchin touts his bill to finish the Mountain Valley Pipeline--An inmate dies at the Southern Regional Jail--In Sports, it's the eve of game day for WVU and Virginia Tech

    MetroNews This Morning 9-20-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 15:09


    Today on MetroNews This Morning:--Governor Justice disagrees with President Biden on the status of the pandemic--Secretary of State Mac Warner addresses voter discrepancy from the primary in Morgan County--Another opioid trial, this time against national chain pharmacies, is delayed.--WVU believes the pandemic has negatively impacted student retention.--IN Sports: Neal Brown talks about this Thursday night's match-up with the Hokies

    MetroNews This Morning 9-19-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2022 14:36


    Today on MetroNews This Morning: --Governor Jim Justice prepares to unveil a statewide school safety plan--A trial starts today in Ohio in the murder of a standout West Virginia football player--Randolph County prepares for visitors to see the fall leaf change--in Sports, WVU prepares for Virginia Tech.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-16-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 16, 2022 15:06


    On today's MetroNews This Morning Podcast:--WV doctors continue to react to abortion legislation---Treasurer Riley Moore will fight a scheme to track credit card purchases of guns and ammo--Senators Capito and Manchin talk about efforts on Capitol Hill to craft regulatory reform and finish the Mountain Valley Pipeline--IN Sports: It's a Football Friday, we have previews of West Virginia high school and college football

    MetroNews This Morning 9-15-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 15, 2022 15:16


    MetroNews This Morning top stories: --Women's Health Center will halt abortions--Senate President Craig Blair tries to forge peace with WV Board of Education--Report finds 22 West Virginia schools in need of assistance---A new job for former Congressman and Supreme Court Justice Evan Jenkins--Sports: Marshal readies for Bowling Green and three high school football games set for tonight.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-14-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 14:24


    Today in the MetroNews This Morning Podcast--Legislature passes an abortion bill--Berkshire Hathaway announces a major industrial investment in Jackson County--U.S. Education Secretary to visit Morgantown--Meet the 2022 Teacher and School Service Personnel of the Year--Sport: Neal Brown talks about the WVU mindset.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-13-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2022 15:03


    Lawmakers approved a measure in special session Monday clearing the way for what's expected to be another major jobs announcement--this one in Jackson County which is expected to be unveiled this morning. Lawmakers get a look at electric vehicles and how they work with an EV Car Show at the Capitol. Natural Gas rates are expected to sky rocket this winter--so much the PSC has told gas companies to mitigate how they increase those rates to avoid sticker shock for consumers. The state Tourism Conference starts in Huntington today--the first time it's been in person in two years. In Sports, Shane Lyons issues a statement on the status of Coach Neal Brown amid an 0-2 start to the season and Marshall prepares for Bowling Green amid the afterglow of the big win over Notre Dame. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-12-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 15:20


    State lawmakers go into special session today dealing with a couple of matters--including transferring money into the state's road fund. The state is in the home stretch of rebuilding houses destroyed in the 2016 flood. Lawmakers are also learning there are a lot of state jobs which have been funded for years--but nobody has ever been hired for the position. Also on the Capitol Grounds today--an Electric Vehicle show. In Sports, it was an historic weekend for the Marshall Thundering Herd as they took down Notre Dame and an historic weekend for WVU as Bob Huggins was inducted into the basketball hall of fame. That and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-9-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 14:40


    Reaction from around the world and here in West Virginia to the passing of Queen Elizabeth of Britain. There is push-back in Washington the deal cut by Senator Manchin to complete the Mountain Valley Pipeline. Frontier Communications says problems with copper theft to their systems have become substantially worse in the last two years. It's Football Friday, Fred Persinger thumbnails the biggest games tonight in West Virginia High School football and Marshall and WVU prepare for big games tomorrow. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-8-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 14:39


    The rate of fatal overdoses in West Virginia has dropped slightly. Federal officials say a drug investigation in southern West Virginia sent 19 individuals to prison and resulted in the seizure of a sizeable amount of drugs--including 47 pounds of fentanyl. A search is underway for a man in Monroe County from an overnight incident, policy say he's considered armed and dangerous. A case of monkey pox at WVU and a new poll shows West Virginia almost evenly divided on the question of abortion. In Sports, preps continue for week three of high school football and for WVU and Marshall, both playing big games this weekend. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-7-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 15:49


    There's new leadership at West Virginia's largest airport. House Speaker Roger Hanshaw sheds more light on his calling members back into special session next week. Dr. Ayne Amjad is leaving her position as the state's Chief Health Officer. State leaders say more people have gone back to work since the pandemic and electric school buses will roll in West Virginia for the first time today. Berkeley County investigators continue their work on a four year fatal hit and run investigation. In Sports, WVU looks for better tacking and it's a top 10 opponent for Marshall this Saturday. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-6-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 6, 2022 14:57


    A special meeting of the West Virginia International Yeager Airport board is set for today amid the resignation of the airport director from the weekend. Another booster against the Omicron variant of Covid is now available in West Virginia. An update on plans for the Nucor Steel operation in Mason County. A couple of monuments unveiled over the weekend tell the story of the largest labor uprising in U.S. history which happened here in West Virginia and the latest Covid booster is now arriving in West Virginia. In Sports, the MetroNews Power Poll for High School football is out and WVU and Marshall prepare for the weekend. Kyle Wiggs will have the day's sports.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-5-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2022 12:25


    Labor Day activities are set for today all across the state of West Virginia. There is the possibility of flash flooding just about everywhere in the state today. A huge infusion of federal money into West Virginia is aimed at workforce development. The Director of Yeager Airport steps down, no reason given. The Morgantown Police Department works on recruiting. In sports, WVU puts Pitt behind them and prepares for Kansas and Marshall turns its sites on South Bend.  Those stories and more on today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-2-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2022 11:59


    After 11 years, the Backyard Brawl lived up to its billing last night--but ultimately it was a heart breaker for Mountaineer fans, Kyle Wiggs will recap the WVU loss in Pittsburgh. Elsewhere, a tragic accident has claimed the life of a student at Herbert Hoover High School in Kanawha County. Law enforcement says goodby to a four-legged hero in Charleston. Governor Jim Justice delivers money to Monroe County to renovate an aging courthouse and two of the state's largest healthcare outlets are now under the same corporate umbrella. Fred Persinger also joins us to break down tonight's top high school games. Theses stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 9-1-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2022 15:17


    Another economic development announcement for West Virginia as a west coast company announces plans to build electric pontoon boats in the Mountain State. There will be a leadership challenge in the state Senate in the coming year. A funeral for a Charleston Police K-9 killed on duty will be held today in Charleston, and after 11 years, and the Backyard Brawl rivalry is set to resume tonight. Kyle Wiggs has a preview of the game plus high school football previews for Friday night. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-31-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2022 15:18


    Charleston has had a third fatal shooting since Friday. A canine officer in Charleston killed in the line of duty will be remembered in a public memorial tomorrow. Green Power Motor Company cuts the ribbon on its West Virginia operation to manufacture electric powered school buses. More economic development announcements are expected today at the West Virginia Business Summit at the Greenbrier. In Sports, we're on the eve of the Backyard Brawl--full coverage from Kyle Wiggs at the sports desk. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-30-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 30, 2022 15:20


    A funeral is planned for a Charleston police dog killed in the line of duty and city police say Axel likely saved the lives of two fellow officers with his action. Charleston Mayor Amy Goodwin expands on her frustration of repeated violent crime in the Capital city. Beckley Police remember the loss of an officer on the 16th Anniversary of the tragedy. There's another resignation from the state Board of Education and Governor Justice will join Green Power Motor Company officials for a ribbon cutting today. In Sports, Coach Neal Brown names J-T Daniels the starting quarterback in Thursday's Backyard Brawl. Kyle Wiggs is in this morning. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-29-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 29, 2022 15:16


    Flags in Charleston are at half-staff after the weekend death of a K-9 with the Charleston Police department shot in the line of duty--officers killed the suspect who shot the police dog. A man wanted for a Friday murder in Charleston has turned himself into police. Van Elementary in Boone County reopens today after a Covid shutdown last week, meanwhile several counties are touting enhanced security as students return to school. Van Elementary in Boone County reopens today after a Covid shutdown last week. In Sports, the opening week of College football is here--and Kyle Wiggs will talk about the Backyard Brawl on Thursday and Marshall's opener at home Saturday in sports. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-26-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2022 14:51


    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.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-25-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2022 15:29


    Officials with the city of Charleston and the Kanawha County Commission unveil plans to construct the state's largest sports complex in a former anchor store location of the Charleston Town Center Mall. The National Guard is now working on flood cleanup in Fayette County as officials there continue to assess damage from last week's high water. A frightening discovery for law enforcement in northern West Virginia as Rainbow Fentanyl--which looks very much like candy--is taken off the streets in Morgantown. The Mountain Valley Pipeline is starting to breathe new life and folks were eating a lot of corn dogs and funnel cakes at this year's State Fair of West Virginia. In Sports, high school football kicks off tonight in West Virginia, Kyle Wiggs will preview the SSAC Kickoff Classic and all of the day's sports this morning. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-24-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2022 14:54


    Governor Jim Justice takes a look at flood damage in Kanawha County from last week. It's been the wettest summer on record for the Charleston area. College students are helping out with the staffing shortages in Monongalia County schools. Work on a new fire station in Wheeling gets started. Senator Capito will be in Wheeling today talking more about expansion of broadband access in West Virginia. In Sports, Marshall Coach Charles Huff announces star running-back Rasheen Ali has stepped away from the program and will miss the start of the upcoming season. Kyle Wiggs is in with all of the day's sports. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-23-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 23, 2022 14:40


    The case of a man charged in the killing of a Nicholas County Sheriff's Deputy back in June is bound over to the grand jury. In Bluefield, a man is in custody after he walked into the federal courthouse on Monday claiming to have a pair of explosive devices. Governor Jim Justice is slated to take a tour of some of the areas damaged in last week's flash flooding. A man accused in the high profile killing of a well known crime boss in a West Virginia prison will be returned to the state to face the charges. In Sports, we're just days away from the opening of high school football season in West Virginia and it's a mock game week for Coach Neal Brown and the Mountaineers. Kyle Wiggs has the days sports. These stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-22-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2022 15:01


    Yet another threat of flash flooding around today, this time in the central counties of West Virginia. A man charged with killing a Nicholas County Deputy earlier this year is due in court this morning. More reaction to the Inflation Reduction Act after President Biden signed it into a law, Senator Manchin who was a key player in the measure said he's proud of the new law....and it's the first day of school for another nine West Virginia county school systems. In Sports game week has arrived for high school football teams in West Virginia as the season gets started Thursday night. Kyle Wiggs is back and will have a full report. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-19-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 19, 2022 12:35


    MetroNews This Morning 8-18-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 18, 2022 12:02


    Damage to roads and bridges alone from Monday's flood in Kanawha and Fayette Counties will top a Million dollars--and may take several months to fully repair. Meanwhile officials are scrambling to deal with breaks in a major sewer line between the Mt. Olive prison and Smithers which has created health concerns. West Liberty University's board of Governors has rejected a contract extension for President Franklin Evans. Plus, it's the first day of school for students in another ten West Virginia counties. IN Sports, continued updates from WVU and Marshall preseason drills and we're a week away from the opening night of High school football in West Virginia. Joe Brocato is in for Kyle Wiggs. Those stories and more coming up in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-17-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2022 12:05


    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.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-16-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 16, 2022 14:53


    We have a comprehensive recap of the flooding in the upper Kanawha Valley on Monday and will bring you stories of residents there who were forced to wade rising waters in the dark to escape their homes. Also, the White House Drug Czar pays a visit to West Virginia today to talk about the opioid epidemic. Governor Jim Justice downplays a proposal by the Democrats to put the abortion question on the ballot before voters in November. Also a Maryland couple arrested in West Virginia for selling Navy Secrets will be sentenced today. In Sports, Joe Brocato is in for Kyle Wiggs and he'll rundown the preseason college football poll which is now out. These stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-15-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 15, 2022 14:41


    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.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-12-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 12, 2022 15:25


    A plane crash overnight in Marion County has claimed three lives. A shooting is under investigation from the early morning in Charleston. The Governor has declared another state of emergency--this one for the extreme shortage of staff in the state's regional jails and prisons and has called on the National Guard to help out there. Flood cleanup continues today in Jackson County. Beefed up internet service is now available to thousands in Logan and Mingo County thanks to Facebook and it's Move-IN weekend at WVU. In Sports, the Cubs downed the Reds in the the middle of the Iowa cornfield last night. Kyle Wiggs will have a recap of the Field of Dreams game, plus high school scrimmages get started this weekend across the state.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-11-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2022 15:06


    There are changes at the top at the state Department of Education. Crews have been responding to high water throughout the night through central West Virginia. A crew from Hurricane has returned from a week of working to help Eastern Kentucky Flood recovery. The State Fair of West Virginia starts off today in Greenbrier County. In Sports, the Field of Dreams game is tonight between the Reds and Cubs in Iowa and a focus on the defensive line out of Mountaineer preseason camp. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-10-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2022 15:10


    Governor Jim Justice said the decision by State Superintendent of Schools Clayton Burch to transfer out of his current role was solely Burch's decision. Charter School enrollment nears 1500 student in the first year of the schools in West Virginia. The Fairmont Medical Center is coming back to life after it was originally set to close. The State Fair of West Virginia is ready to open up in Greenbrier County. Country music legend Dolly Parton pays a visit to Charleston to celebrate literacy. In Sports, more previews of high school football as practice continues--and Kyle Wiggs will give us an update on WVU's receiving Corps. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-9-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 15:43


    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.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-8-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 8, 2022 15:15


    The U.S. Senate has passed the Inflation Reduction Act--the massive bill which includes measure to a raise taxes, address federal healthcare issues, and climate change policy. We'll take a closer look in today's program. The state Legislature--still in recess in a special session--continues discussion about how best to address a cut in state taxes. There are shootings under investigation from the weekend in Wayne and Fayette Counties. In Sports, Kyle Wiggs continues to profile high school football teams now into the second week for preseason drills as well as reports from the Marshall and WVU preseason camps. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-5-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2022 15:02


    We are looking at another wet weekend in West Virginia and again, the rains pose the potential for flooding just about anywhere in the Mountain State. Senator Manchin is firing back at leaders in the Coal Industry who have come out critical of his Inflation Reduction Act. The discovery of Swine Flu in Jackson County will impact the hog exhibits at this year's State Fair of West Virginia and Governor Jim Justice backs the LIV Golf series which plans to visit the Greenbrier next year. In Sports, more pre-season football camp coverage from Kyle Wiggs.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-4-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2022 14:10


    Strong support and strong criticism of Senator Manchin's Inflation Reduction Act on Capitol Hill. A potential case of the swine flu has been detected, possibly tied to sick hogs at the Jackson County Fair. Students are now attending class in West Virginia's first public charter school...and this weekend will be the time to do your back to school shopping--tax free--in West Virginia. In Sports, we continue to follow preseaon football practice at high schools across the state as well at at WVU. These stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-3-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2022 14:41


    A former Kanawha County teacher is headed to prison for abusing special needs students in her classroom. Huntington will appeal a federal judge's ruling which favored opioid distributors in the city's case against them. Cleanup continues from both a tornado and flood in West Virginia this week and West Virginia's first Charter School is now open. In Sports, more news from preseason football drills at WVU and from high school fields across the state. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 8-2-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 2, 2022 15:43


    The weather is our top story again with reports of a possible tornado which touched down overnight in Marshall County and flood watches and warnings posted for more than half of the state again. A shooting overnight leaves a man dead in Charleston. The much talked about opioid lawsuit against three major drug distributors ends in an out of court settlement. Senator Manchin says he has assurance the Mountain Valley Pipeline will be completed and a hearing regarding Appalachian Power's proposed rate hike has been postponed before the PSC. In Sports, Neal Brown assesses day one of Mountaineer preseason football camps and high schools across the stat are getting ready for their opening night. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews this Morning 8-1-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 1, 2022 14:21


    A group in Tucker County is asking the DOH to consider some different routes into their region for Corridor H. A water resources development bill, with several West Virginia projects, is headed to President Biden's desk from Congress. West Virginians are responding with assistance to neighboring Kentucky after last week's deadly floods. The West Virginia GOP is under new leadership today. In sports, preseason football practice is getting started today for WVU football as well as high school football. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    MetroNews This Morning 7-29-22

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 14:53


    The state Senate today will take up a bill aimed at income tax reduction and the abortion legislation, both have cleared the House of Delegates this week. Senator Manchin defends his backing of a bill in the U.S. Senate which he claims is solid legislation to help with deficit reduction and other matters. Senator Shelley Moore Capito has joined other Republicans in opposition claiming it will only add to inflation with extreme federal spending. Neighboring Kentucky is hurting today from catastrophic floods, West Virginia has jumped in to help out. In Sports, the TBT moves to Dayton tonight and Best Virginia will be in action. Those stories and more coming up in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

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