Local News Headlines 12/17/19

Here’s your TUESDAY morning 12/17 local headlines:

The first true winter weather event that could impact driving has hit the area and PennDOT says take it easy.

Authorities in Cambria County are investigating and early morning fire yesterday at a Fallen Timber store.

Altoona Police have arrested a local couple for assaulting a man outside a bar back in November.

The Altoona School Board has been busy, cutting 150 thousand dollars from one construction project.

Pennsylvanians who weren’t able to make Sunday’s deadline to enroll in a health insurance plan for next year under the Affordable Care Act, have a little more time to do so.

A health program for elderly and disabled Pennsylvanians goes into effect across the state next month.

All of the nine House Democrats from Pennsylvania say they will vote to impeach President Trump.

Salvation Army officials say they are coming up way short for the holiday Red Kettle goal with just over a week until Christmas.

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