Local News Headlines 3/1/19

It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!!! Here’s your Friday morning 3/1 headlines:

Another Republican Legislative leader is open to the possibility of raising Pennsylvania’s minimum wage.

An Altoona man will face trial on charges that he killed a baby girl last year.

A school official says an Eastern Pennsylvania mother who killed her 13 year old son and four other family members, pulled the boy out of school about two weeks earlier.

A former Johnstown detective accused of having a sexual relationship with a confidential informant has pleaded guilty to obstructing justice.

Three convicted drug dealers, part of a Pittsburgh to Johnstown drug ring, had their sentence appeals rejected y the State Superior Court.

Students and parents in several local school districts are being alerted about a momo challenge that urges suicide.

A new manufacturing plant scheduled for Allegheny Township has received approval from the planning commission.

Altoona woman wants to serve on City Council.

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