Here’s your Thursday morning headlines:
Defense lawyers are asking a judge to order new DNA tests in a 30 year old Blair County murder case before the killer is re-sentenced.
The Cambria County Coroner says a sanitation worker was killed Monday when he was struck by a falling trash bin in Johnstown.
A disturbing case of suspected child abuse has landed a Roaring Spring man in jail and his 2-month old son in a Pittsburgh hospital.
A summer tradition at a local amusement park was nearly ended in a flash of lightning yesterday.
Turnpike commuters are going to get hit hard again when paying tolls next year.
Governor Wolf wants to change the funding formula for public schools and the idea isn’t sitting well a number of school officials.
There could be changes to the way the State System of Higher Ed sets tuition prices.
State residents who want to hunt antlerless deer in the upcoming season may apply for a license beginning on Monday.