Local News Headlines 7/9/19

Here’s your TUESDAY morning 7/9 local headlines:

The Wolf Administration has announced tentative contract agreements with a pair of state employees unions.

The State’s colleges and universities have a year to develop online, anonymous reporting systems for sexual assault complaints.

A convicted arsonist is seeking to have his sentence reduced enough to grant him release from prison.

Several Altoona men have been arrested on felony strangulation charges.

State Police are looking for the person who tried to break in to the Diner 22 near Alexandria.

A power outage yesterday afternoon left almost 1800 homes and businesses in the dark in Altoona, Antis and Logan Townships.

The State DEP is trapping and testing mosquitoes for West Nile Virus.

Several traffic issues will be affecting city motorists over the next few days.

The state is utilizing federal funding to help fight Pennsylvania’s opioid epidemic.

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