Local News Headlines 9/5/19

Here’s your THURSDAY morning 9/5 local headlines:

An investigation firm has been hired by the Diocese of Pittsburgh to investigate claims of sexual abuse.

Altoona Police arrested a man and charged him with choking the mother of his children on Tuesday.

For the second consecutive day, State Police are looking for someone who broke into another County bar, this one in Houtzdale.

An attempted theft was interrupted and two suspects got away empty-handed.

Local and regional airports will keep flying thanks to a ruling by the u-s Department of Transportation to extend subsidies.

After being signed by Governor Tom Wolf in early July, a new licensure law recently took effect in Pennsylvania.

A lack of interest has thwarted Pennsylvania’s latest casino expansion attempt.

The Pennsylvania State Police has released the latest numbers for Labor Day violations.

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