Local News Headlines 3/15/19

It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your Friday morning 3/15 headlines:

Pennsylvania’s two U-S Senators both voted against the President and supported the House resolution to block his emergency declaration on the border wall.

An Altoona woman was arrested by police on charges of possessing and selling meth.

A convicted rapist now says he wants a lawyer to represent him before he is sentenced in Blair County Court.

The General Manager of Amtran says he is very happy to be receiving money for a new garage.

The Wolf Administration is calling for a change in the age in which children must attend school.

The State is announcing a five year tick watching operation is now underway.

The State Attorney General’s office is Warning Pennsylvanians about a new twist on an old scam involving social security numbers.

PennDOT officials have announced that work will resume Monday on the Routes 22 and 36 intersection project in Hollidaysburg.

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