Local News Headlines 7/8/19

Here’s your Monday morning 7/8 local headlines:

An election reform bill passed by both the state House and Senate has been vetoed by Governor Wolf.

An Altoona woman was arrested by police last week for trying to kill her family.

A dog attack in Claysburg on Friday injured three persons.

State Police made a traffic stop on Route 53 on Glendale Boulevard and caught a fugitive on the run.

State Police are still looking for a Centre County man who has been missing for several weeks.

A train derailment Friday night at the Horseshoe Curve has Norfolk Southern crews cleaning up over the weekend.

While efforts to increase the state’s minimum wage fell short in the recently completed legislative session, one group has hoping to be involved in future discussions on the issue.

The State Game Commission says there are now too many bald eagle nests for the agency to count and need the public to help.

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