Here’s your Thursday morning 3/28 headlines:
A national cyber security expert is warning Pennsylvania need more funding for election security as another presidential race approaches.
A Claysburg man is facing charges in Bedford County of sexually abusing a 16 year old boy.
An Altoona man was convicted of drug dealing by a Blair County Court jury yesterday.
Pittsburgh City Council has moved forward with gun control legislation despite warnings that it against the State Constitution.
The State Department of Health is reporting that 98 people have now died as a result of complications from the flu.
State Senator Judy Ward is supporting a bill that would help young people get into the farming business.
Officials at Fort Roberdeau are announcing an Open House to show the public plans to improve the facility.
PennDOT will resume work on several major highway projects this Monday including improvements to I-99 locally.