Local News Headlines 2/7/19

WFBG
Published by Steve Clark15 mins

Here’s your Thursday morning 2/7 headlines:

A hearing of the State House Labor and Industry Committee is looking at the possibility of raising the minimum wage in Pennsylvania.

A former Altoona Police Sergeant has been found guilty on six of nine felony charges in Blair County Court yesterday.

Three Blair County teens have been arraigned on theft charges for reportedly stealing $60,000 in cash from a Greenfield Township home.

A domestic dispute earlier this week led to an unusual conclusion at a Logan Boulevard home…a toilet explosion.

According to the Department of Justice, a Cambria County owner of a drug treatment center has been indicted on drug charges.

Another six Pennsylvanians have died from the flu, being the total number of deaths this season to 31.

The Altoona Driver’s License Center operated by PennDOT and closed since January for renovations will re-open this morning.

A Pittsburgh-area lawmaker is proposing legislation regarding the region’s largest health care systems, Highmark and UPMC.

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