Here’s your THURSDAY morning 1/16 local headlines:
A divided Pennsylvania State House voted yesterday to ban the use of handheld phones for all drivers to make phone calls.
A raging fire destroyed a decades old home in Duncansville yesterday and the owner says he has no insurance after losing everything.
The defense of accused killer Michael Copley in Blair County Court suffered a setback yesterday.
A third man has now been charged in a November robbery in which one suspect shot himself.
Logan Township Police were called to a party near Penn State Altoona last weekend and found nearly a hundred drinkers who were underage.
The State House Transportation Committee has approved a bill that could restore driving privileges to some who have suspended licenses.
A long-time educator in the Bellwood-Antis School District will say goodbye this summer.
Legislation introduced in the State House is intended to ease the burden of rising tolls for regular users of the Pennsylvania Turnpike.