Local News Headlines 1/29/20

Here’s your WEDNESDAY morning 1/29 headlines:

Governor Tom Wolf says he’s committed to raising Pennsylvania’s minimum wage.

It’s state budget time again and Governor Wolf is renewing his call for the legislature to pass the $4.5 billion infrastructure improvement initiative.

A judge flatly rejected Jerry Sandusky’s latest request to have his 30 to 60 year sentence reduced yesterday.

Jason Lynn, a Bellwood Antis school board member, now facing gun and drug charges, has resigned from his position.

Two persons involved in a physical confrontation in the city were both arrested for different crimes.

Robert Mills of Bellwood pleaded guilty to drug charges yesterday just minutes before his trial was to begin.

A Bedford County woman was arrested in a statewide sweep of persons getting welfare benefits who aren’t entitled to them.

The State Health Department reports Pennsylvania has seen three weeks of decreased flu cases, but activity is still high.

Blair County officials are looking for money to help pay for the new electronic-paper voting system.

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