Local News

Prison Warden Johnston Announces Retirement
April 25, 2017

Blair County Prison Warden Michael Johnston plans to retire later this year according to media reports. Johnston filed retirement papers saying…

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Family of Seven Escapes Burning Home
April 24, 2017

According to fire and rescue reports, a family of seven escaped a blaze at their home near Lakemont late Sunday evening….

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Blair County Woman Arrested as Part of Heroin Ring
April 21, 2017

According to police reports, a Blair County woman wanted on drug charges, was arrested after a high speed chase Wednesday night…

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Attorney General Files Charges Against Fraudulent License Plate Crime Ring Members
April 20, 2017

Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced criminal charges Wednesday against a dozen people accused of taking part in a major organized crime…

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Frein Convicted
April 20, 2017

Eric Frein is officially convicted. The eastern Pennsylvania man has been convicted of capital murder in the ambush slaying of a…

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Facebook Killer Dies in Erie County
April 18, 2017

The manhunt is over. Steve Stephens, the so-called Facebook killer, is dead. Stephens, who Cleveland police said shot and killed an…

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Pipeline Work Could Begin Next Month
April 17, 2017

Sunoco officials say work on a new statewide pipeline could begin next month according to media reports. The underground natural-gas pipeline…

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Governor Wolf Honors Local Govt Officials
April 14, 2017

Governor Tom Wolf recognized municipalities and local government officials Thursday, for their dedication and commitment to strengthen their communities and better…

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Hollidaysburg Trash Talk
April 14, 2017

The Hollidaysburg trash issue heated up Thursday, but still nothing has been decided. According to reports, arguments for and against a…

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Altoona City Workers Get New Deal
April 13, 2017

A new deal has been put in place for Altoona city workers. According to officials, the City Council on Wednesday gave…

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