Here’s your Tuesday morning 3/12 headlines:
The pending closure of two nuclear power plants in Pennsylvania has resulted in a bill calling on the state to help keep them open.
The State Superior Court has rejected the appeal for a Maryland man convicted of murder with a local connection.
Altoona firefighters were called out to douse a small fire at the Altoona Fieldhouse yesterday, forcing the evacuation of the facility.
A Hollidaysburg man was arrested after police found a stash of marijuana in his home.
Researchers at the University Of Pittsburgh Medical Center say they are closing in on a vaccine for the common cold.
Officials of Operation Our Town have given the city of Altoona 10 grand for the city’s land bank fund.
An 8 year old Tyrone boy made a huge sacrifice to help out the Tyrone Police Department.
A measure to reduce the size of the state legislature has been brought up but passage remains in doubt.