Local News Headlines 9/12/19

Here’s your THURSDAY morning 9/12 local headlines:

Vice President Mike Pence praised the heroes of flight 93 yesterday while in Shanksville on the 18th Anniversary of the 9-11 attacks.

A State lawmaker wants to make certain that school children always remember 9-11 by introducing a bill requiring a moment of silence in schools on that date.

An Altoona man was acquitted yesterday of all charges in the trial where he was accused of sexually abusing two young girls.

More information is being released in that fatal motorcycle crash in Duncansville as the investigation continues.

Logan Township Police arrested an Altoona woman for a double theft at the Logan Towne Center.

The creation of a Pennsylvania-based health insurance exchange is moving forward.

The State Supreme Court was asked yesterday to outlaw the death penalty in Pennsylvania.

Allegations of bullying drew the ire of some lawmakers during this week’s House Game and Fisheries Committee hearing on a bill that would allow hunting on three Sundays during the year.

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