Local News Headlines 7/25/19

Here’s your THURSDAY morning 7/25 local headlines:

A proposed amendment to the State Constitution is aimed at helping control government spending.

The sentence will stand for a Blair County man involved in the death of Hollidaysburg teen Mikayla Focht.

An Altoona man was charged with a major theft from an Indiana County Walmart store.

Jerry Sandusky will not get a fresh chance to argue for a new trial in state court.

A State appeals court yesterday overturned rapper Meek Mill’s conviction in a drug and gun case.

The state Department of Health wants to hear from people regarding their concerns about nursing homes.

Blair County officials have decided to invest in security upgrades for some of the district judge offices.

The State’s top prison officials say they will review the parole system following six murders by parolees over the past two months.

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