Local News Headlines 1/4/19

It’s FRIDAY!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your Friday morning 1/4 headlines:

Small businesses in Pennsylvania are hoping lawmakers and the Governor will do more to help them in the new legislative session.

A Cresson woman was locked up after she reportedly admitted stabbing another woman during an argument.

A Tyrone woman is facing new charges of calling in a bomb threat to Wal-Mart.

Penn State Altoona has received a grant to continue education into the field of bipropellant injectors.

More Pennsylvanians are coming down with the flu this year according to the State Health Department.

Natural gas companies expected to be on the hook for millions of dollars in unpaid state impact fees after a ruling by the State Supreme Court.

Newly-elected 13th District Congressman Dr. John Joyce had an interesting first day in office.

The Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show butter sculpture was revealed yesterday.

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