Local News Headlines 7/13/18

Here’s your Friday morning headlines:

Governor Wolf has announced the first deposit into the state’s rainy day fund in about a decade.

Nearly 100 Pennsylvania schools will meet at the end of the month to talk about leaving the PIAA.

A Roaring Spring man charged with injuring his infant son is headed to trial.

Another inmate in the sexual assault case from the Blair County prison is on his way to jail.

Three Altoona men are in trouble, charged by police with dumping trash in a small creek and the surrounding woods.

Tuition for in-state students at Pennsylvania’s state-owned universities is going up.

Cambria County officials say the county prison there will continue to house out of county prisoners for the foreseeable future.

GOP gubernatorial candidate Scott Wagner leveled accusations at Governor Tom Wolf over education yesterday.

Getting around downtown next week may be a chore as paving will be taking place all week.