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This quick, easy-to-digest newscast brings you the top headlines daily from West Virginia’s most trusted news team. Just 15 minutes a day keeps you informed of all the latest developments in the stories that shape our state and the nation.

MetroNews is the only true statewide medium. We are West Virginia’s only news, talk and sports network providing you the ability to reach nearly all of West Virginia through a single source. MetroNews and wvmetronews.com is where West Virginians tune for compelling news and information, statewide talk programming, high school sports, Mountaineer sports and much more.

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This quick, easy-to-digest newscast brings you the top headlines daily from West Virginia’s most trusted news team. Just 15 minutes a day keeps you informed of all the latest developments in the stories that shape our state and the nation.

MetroNews is the only true statewide medium. We are West Virginia’s only news, talk and sports network providing you the ability to reach nearly all of West Virginia through a single source. MetroNews and wvmetronews.com is where West Virginians tune for compelling news and information, statewide talk programming, high school sports, Mountaineer sports and much more.

    MetroNews This Morning 11-30-21

    MetroNews This Morning 11-30-21

    West Virginia officials brace for whatever the Omicron variant of Covid might bring and Dr. Clay Marsh talks about the potential of a new anti-viral medicine aimed at reducing Covid effects for those infected. More West Virginia counties and one school board join a lawsuit against a popular e-cigarette maker. The two sides of a strike against Cabell-Huntington Hospital return to the bargaining table today. A federal indictment is handed up for child pornography charges against a former school counselor and traffic was up 30 percent for this Thanksgiving from last year on the West Virginia Turnpike. In Sports, a legendary high school coach retires and high school teams continue preparations for this weekend's Super Six. Those stories and more on today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    • 14 min
    MetroNews This Morning 11-29-21

    MetroNews This Morning 11-29-21

    Serious concerns about worsening mental health issues on the WVU campus. Negotiations resume this week in hopes of finding a breakthrough in a strike against Cabell Huntington Hospital. AARP warns of holiday scams, a much talked about power line project is ready to move forward and two companies consider a solar power project for West Virginia. State lawmakers will soon discuss how to divide up six BILLION dollars allocated to West Virginia for infrastructure projects. In sports, the Super 6 is set for this weekend in Wheeling to crown three state high school football champs and WVU and Marshall await word on bowl options. Those stories and more in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    • 14 min
    MetroNews This Morning 11-24-21

    MetroNews This Morning 11-24-21

    An update from across West Virginia.

    • 15 min
    MetroNews This Morning 11-23-21

    MetroNews This Morning 11-23-21

    An update of news, sports and weather from across WV.

    • 12 min
    MetroNews This Morning 11-22-21

    MetroNews This Morning 11-22-21

    An update from across the state for Monday morning.

    • 15 min
    MetroNews This Morning 11-19-21

    MetroNews This Morning 11-19-21

    Those interested in becoming the next Wood County Sheriff line up. A former Kanawha County teacher is indicted on charges of abusing students. Senator Capito believes the infrastructure law will be a huge boost to West Virginia. Governor Justice to visit more schools with I Got Vaxed checks in hand. It's Football Friday and Fred Persinger thumbnails tonight's second round playoff match-ups. Kyle Wiggs has more on WVU's basketball win in South Carolina last night and all of the day's sports. That and more is covered in today's MetroNews This Morning podcast.

    • 14 min

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