Local News Headlines 3/11/19

Here’s your Monday morning 3/11 headlines:

Following last week’s conclusion of House and Senate budget hearings, it’s time for lawmakers and the Governor to get down to work on reaching an agreement on a budget for the next fiscal year.

Two men are facing charges after being arrested for stealing a safe from a Logan Township home in December.

There may be more charges on the way for a former Altoona music teacher arrested on sexual abuse claims.

Logan Township Police arrested an Altoona couple for breaking in to a local motel room last week.

Two special elections have been scheduled for open Pennsylvania State Senate seats.

A bill is the State House seeks to help cities and towns working to redevelop abandoned and blighted properties.

The Blair County DUI Task Force is reminding motorists that police will be conducting DUI enforcement events from March 10th through March 17th for the St. Patrick’s Day holiday.

Another Republican candidate has emerged in the race for Altoona City Council.

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