Local News Headlines 7/5/19

It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your Friday morning 7/5 local headlines:

Democrats in Harrisburg are planning to resurrect a small cash assistance program for poor Pennsylvanians.

An Altoona man will stand trial for allegedly sending two threats to a police officer and his wife.

A Tyrone woman is facing charges of physically abusing her 18 month old trial.

An Altoona couple was taken into custody after police found them and several children living in squalor.

State Police are looking for a runaway teen from Clearfield County who has been missing for several days.

The Pennsylvania Farm Bureau is thanking Governor Tom Wolf for signing the Beginning Farmer Tax Credit legislation into law.

Two area legislators are not happy with the Governor for vetoing a bill that would have saved dairy farmers from wasting milk.

A toxic plant, poisonous Hemlock, is making its way back into Pennsylvania.

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