Local News Headlines 10/9/19

Here’s your WEDNESDAY morning 10/9 local headlines:

Penn State football coach James Franklin opened his weekly news conference yesterday addressing a letter from a fan criticizing a player’s hair.

A street fight and shootout in Coalport earlier this year has led to the arrests of several persons.

An Altoona woman has been arrested after a violent rampage over the weekend.

There will be a major change in the make-up of the Altoona School Board with next month’s election.

Governor Wolf posted his plan to raise the minimum wage in the state on his Facebook and Twitter pages yesterday.

A bill that seeks to prevent the re-victimization of violent sexual assault victims has been passed in the State House.

A job fair scheduled for next week in Altoona just became very important to workers who lost their jobs this week.

The State Auditor General yesterday announced near 60 million dollars in aid for volunteer firefighters has been released.

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