News Headlines 6/28/18

Here’s your Thursday morning headlines:

A white police officer was charged with murder yesterday in the death of an unarmed black teen in Pittsburgh.

Reaction is mixed in Pennsylvania to yesterday’s Supreme Court decision that prohibits public sector unions from forcing payment from those who don’t want to participate.

If you don’t show up for jury duty when called in Blair County, you could end up in court yourself.

Two men charged with robbing another have been bound over for trial in Blair County.

A Bedford County man is locked up after threatening to shoot her and ended up shooting a coyote the woman kept.

An elderly Huntingdon County woman nearly lost 4 thousand dollars in a phone scam.

There’s a new report on heroin overdoses and hospital admissions in Pennsylvania.

Property owners in the Cambria Heights school district will be paying more school taxes for the upcoming school year.