Here’s your Thursday morning 6/13 local headlines:
A bill that would eliminate vehicle emissions testing in Blair and other Western Pennsylvania counties has passed the State Senate Transportation Committee.
A bill which would allow municipal police departments in Pennsylvania to use radar for speed enforcement has been approved by the State Senate Transportation Committee.
The U-S Geological Survey has confirmed a strong earthquake registering 3.4 on the Richter scale originated in Mifflintown last night.
A Duncansville man was convicted yesterday is a New Jersey court of killing a fellow worker from Gallitzin in 2016.
A former Lilly financial advisor was sentenced to prison for defrauding mostly elderly investors.
Property owners in the Hollidaysburg School District are looking at a tax increase for the next school year.
Republican State lawmakers are refusing to give Governor Wolf the budget money he wants to help buy new voting machines.