Local News Headlines 7/11/19

Here’s your THURSDAY morning 7/11 local headlines:

The State System of Higher Ed is voting to freeze tuition at the state’s 14 state-owned universities for the upcoming school year.

The State Auditor General says the state’s current approach to standardized testing does not make sense for students or taxpayers.

An Altoona man caught red-handed breaking in to a Clearfield County residence has been sentenced to jail time.

A corrections officer will see jail time from the other side of the bars after he was sentenced for smuggling drugs into SCI Houtzdale.

An Altoona woman was hurt y her husband during a domestic dispute inside their moving vehicle in Logan Township yesterday.

The CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia got a firsthand look at downtown Altoona yesterday.

Governor Wolf says his administration plans on spending no money to restart that Philadelphia refinery that burned last month.

Penn National’s Hollywood Casino is close to launching online gaming according to a report from a Harrisburg TV station.

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