Local News Headlines 3/6/19

Here’s your Wednesday morning 3/6 headlines:

Pennsylvania is joining 19 other states in a lawsuit challenging the Trump administration’s move to restrict taxpayer-funded abortions.

A welfare check by police in Hollidaysburg turned into a drug bust with two persons charged and sent to jail.

An Altoona woman is headed to prison for her role in the overdose death of a city man.

State Police are still looking for a crook that got away with a big haul from a Huntingdon County business last month.

The State Health Department is reporting another eleven persons have died in Pennsylvania due to the flu.

Work on renovations to the Blair County Courthouse will continue through the end of the year.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission is 11 billion dollars in debt and is behind in payments to the state.

PennDOT is announcing that optional REAL ID-compliant driver’s license and photo ID cards are now available.

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