Local News Headlines 2/21/19

Here’s your Thursday morning 2/21 headlines:

The Blair County area is going from Wednesday morning’s snowfall and last night’s icing, to the beginning of this morning’s melt.

State Police are looking for the gunman who put a bullet through the window of a home on Stonehenge Road in Frankstown Township Tuesday night.

State Attorney General Josh Shapiro says his office is still getting complaints about Verizon not delivering on promised incentives.

AMTRAN is planning to build a new garage across from its headquarters on 5th Avenue, to be paid for by a PennDOT grant.

Pittsburgh officials unveiled proposed designs yesterday for a planned 1.1 billion dollar renovation of Pittsburgh International Airport.

Two State Senators have introduced a bill that would extend family medical leave rights in Pennsylvania.

Top elections officials told lawmakers yesterday that all of the state’s voting machines have to be replaced.

Following recent passage in committee, the sponsor of a bill that seeks to pave the way for Sunday hunting in PA is hopeful it will become a reality.

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