Local News Headlines 7/3/19

Here’s your WEDNESDAY morning 7/3 local headlines:

Triple-A is projecting a record number of Pennsylvanians will travel over the 4TH of July holiday.

An Altoona man was arrested by state police after a robbery in broad daylight while the business was open.

A Hollidaysburg man was taken into custody after another traffic stop turned up illegal drugs.

State Police are looking for the persons who committed a major burglary in Huntingdon County on Monday.

An Altoona man was arrested after he reportedly assaulted his girlfriend and tried to strangle her.

Ground was broken yesterday for the new AMED headquarters and training center in Lakemont.

The Governor yesterday signed the bill to create an online healthcare exchange to be run by the state.

The Governor signed into law a bill that allows school districts more freedom in hiring security guards who carry firearms.

Governor Wolf signed into law a bill that will allow school students to use cyber school days in the event of bad weather.

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