Here’s your Tuesday morning 2/19 headlines:
A bill that would temporarily remove firearms from those who might pose a danger is before Pennsylvania’s Senate.
A local man convicted in the shooting death of an Altoona man in 2015 had his appeal denied at the State Court level.
An Altoona man has been locked up after police found a cache of illegal drugs in his vehicle on Sunday.
It looks like the proposed building project for AMED in Lakemont won’t come off without a hitch.
The recent warmer weather followed by the return to colder temperatures has put Pennsylvania motorists on pothole patrol.
A threat reporting system now required for all Pennsylvania schools fielded almost 5 thousand tips in its firsts month, about a third of them considered serious enough to pass along to police and school officials.
Seventeen girls in Chester County have formed the first all-female Boy Scout Troop. The Boy Scouts are now known as Scouts BSA.
Pennsylvania’s fiscal office is casting doubt on the effectiveness of a long standing tax credit.