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Death And Injury On Snow Covered PA Interstate
February 15, 2016

At least three people were killed and dozens of others were injured when dozens of vehicles slammed into each other on…

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Falcon-Cam Now Up And Online
February 15, 2016

Love is in the air in Harrisburg as the capital city’s famous pair of peregrine falcons returned Friday to their nest…

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Zoning Board Approves Pre-School
February 15, 2016

The Zoning Hearing Board of Altoona, has given conditional permission for a preschool in the former Garden Heights Church. The group…

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Court Orders Termimation Of Father’s Parental Rights
December 30, 2015

The Pennsylvania Superior Court has ordered the termination of a father’s parental rights because it was found that the man never…

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Wolf Vetos Budget. Releases Some Funds
December 30, 2015

Governor Tom Wolf on Tuesday, once again, rejected the Republican budget, leaving the state to continue to operate in a financial…

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Roving DUI Patrols Deemed Successful
December 29, 2015

THE NUMBERS ARE IN AND LOCAL LAW ENFORCEMENT ARE APPLAUDING THIS PAST WEEKEND’S ROVING PATROL. DARRELL MOODY HAS THE DETAILS… SARGEANT…

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Kane Saga Gets Odder & Odder By The Day
December 29, 2015

As political scandals go, this one is really strange. It was last year that Pennsylvania attorney general Kathleen Kane began releasing…

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Voting Precinct Adjustments Made
December 29, 2015

A plan was approved on Monday, that will reduce the number of voting precincts in six Altoona wards, and add precincts…

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Budget Stalemate Costly To Local Schools
December 29, 2015

The budget stalemate in Harrisburg, is costing local school districts and Altoona Area School District is no exception. According to local…

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Weekend Crash Sends Several To Hospital In Altoona
December 28, 2015

A two-car crash over the weekend on 17th Street in front of Lowe’s ended up with several injured people heading by…

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