Local News Headlines 6/12/19

Here’s your Wednesday morning 6/12 headlines:

Legislation has been proposed in Harrisburg to charge a fee to Pennsylvanians who get their coverage from the State Police.

As expected, the Altoona School Board last night, voted to raise taxes by a 5-4 margin.

The Altoona School Board and administration will look for a solution to the Graduation debacle that took place on Monday.

A Blair County jury will be asked to decide whether the statute of limitations has expired on a local priest sex-abuse case.

State Police have released more information on a fatal crash from June 4th on Spruce Creek Road.

State Police are looking to arrest a man after he threatened to blow up a government office in Clearfield County.

The State House has voted 198-1 for the state to take over the online healthcare exchange created by Obamacare.

The State Senate is backing a bill that will give school districts and private schools more options to hire armed security guards.

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