Local News Headlines 7/19/19

It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your FRIDAY morning 7/19 local headlines:

Pennsylvania will be dealing with dangerously hot weather today through Sunday.

Governor Tom Wolf is continuing his push for reliable high speed internet access throughout all of Pennsylvania.

A Hollidaysburg man will be spending the next decade in prison for drug delivery and an overdose death.

Local fire officials are still investigating that barn fire from Monday night in Sinking Valley.

Fire Officials are also investigating a structure fire on Porta Road in Logan Township Wednesday evening.

A federal grand jury is accusing a Syrian refugee of plotting to bomb a Christian Church in Pittsburgh to inspire ISIS followers.

A baby who was born in a Western Pennsylvania convenience store bathroom has died.

Two area congressmen voted against that U-S House minimum wage bill that ultimately passed but is not expected to move in the Senate.

A state lawmaker plans to offer legislation to regulate fireworks.

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