Local News Headlines 9/20/19

It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your FRIDAY morning 9/20 local headlines:

Liberal lawmakers and activists continue to rally at the State Capitol for a raise in Pennsylvania’s minimum wage.

A Hollidaysburg man was arrested last week on charges of sexually assaulting a young boy.

Police in Blair County arrested a man who tried to buy a handgun even though he is not allowed to have one.

Three people were hurt in a two vehicle crash at the intersection of Lower Riggles Gap Road and Grandview Road yesterday afternoon.

Blair County officials will explore options to help improve mail delivery service at the County Prison.

A recent heavy rain that damaged Penn State Altoona basketball court also damaged the city’s spray park.

The State House has passed a bill that would ban tobacco purchases on the State Welfare Access card.

A bill introduced in the state House calls for tougher penalties for a person whose actions cause someone to take his or her life.

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