Local News Headlines 7/30/19

Here’s your TUESDAY morning 7/30 local headlines:

About 200 thousand Pennsylvanians could lose their food stamp benefits due to a rule change by the Trump administration, according to the Governor’s office.

An Altoona couple was arrested and charged with child neglect and drug use last weekend.

A federal lawsuit in the CSX train derailment in Hyndman last year has been sent back to Bedford County court.

Authorities in Blair County are continuing their investigation into a police shooting in Roaring Spring last Friday.

An argument at an Altoona home over the weekend resulted in the arrest of a man on assault charges.

A local state Rep says the State House transportation committee will hold a hearing in Altoona next month on the future of railroads.

The State’s Coroners Association is supporting a bill that would require all nursing home deaths be reported to a county coroner.

The State Department of Health is gearing up to ensure children who will soon be heading back to school are properly vaccinated.

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