Here’s your Tuesday morning 3/26 headlines:
State House Republicans are renewing efforts to end a general assistance program.
Two women who police say were involved with accused rapist Jeffrey Guo have been arrested on numerous drug related charges.
Twenty-two persons have been arrested in a Bedford County drug bust.
It was a raccoon that knocked out power to about 21 hundred Penelec customers in Altoona Sunday night.
After a successful fundraising campaign, a new vehicle made especially for a police K-9 is ready to roll for the Blair County Sheriff’s office.
An Altoona City Council member who earlier declared her candidacy for Mayor has now withdrawn here name from contention.
The Pennsylvania State Senate has approved a bill that would allow people to break into a locked car to save an unattended child.
A freshman Republican’s opening prayer in the Pennsylvania State House drew complaints that it was inappropriate.