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Charleston Catholic honors middle schoolers with drive-thru graduation
Teachers and administrators honored students on Wednesday.[read more]

Hunt urges other protesting methods after actions block streets
The protests, stemming from the death of George Floyd, involve protesters laying down for 8 minutes and 46 seconds.[read more]

GOP candidates looking for county commission nomination
Dewayne Duncan and Lance Wheeler both spoke with 580-WCHS.[read more]

Casinos around West Virginia set for reopening with limited offerings
Each casino has different guidelines for Friday's reopening.[read more]

Lincoln County pharmacy sentenced for money laundering in drug conspiracy
Meds2Go Express Pharmacy Inc. of Alum Creek reached a plea agreement in December 2019.[read more]

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Deadly Domestic Shooting in Mon County
A man allegedly shot his finance during a dispute Tuesday night. The post Deadly Domestic Shooting in Mon County appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Metronews This Morning 6-5-20
More George Floyd protests in West Virginia held last night in Lewisburg and Morgantown. Governor Justice has removed a member of the state Fire Commission... The post Metronews This Morning 6-5-20 appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Families of veterans who died suspicious deaths at VA hospital continue their wait
A third lawsuit has been filed in connection with a series of suspicious deaths at the Louis A. Johnson Veterans Hospital in Clarksburg. Charleston Attorney... The post Families of veterans who died suspicious deaths at VA hospital continue their wait appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Lewisburg residents take part in protest urging equality
Protesters held signs in support of the Black Lives Matter movement as part of the peaceful display. The post Lewisburg residents take part in protest urging equality appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

Some want vote by mail beyond Tuesday’s vote
According to the West Virginia Secretary of State's Office, 21.4% of registered voters — 262,240 West Virginians — have requested an absentee ballot for the primary election. The post Some want vote by mail beyond Tuesday’s vote appeared first on WV MetroNews.[read more]

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