Here’s your THURSDAY morning 1/23 local headlines:
Governor Tom Wolf says investments in services for vulnerable populations will be a priority in his budget proposal which he’ll present to the legislature on February 4th.
Penn State University has placed a fraternity on interim suspension while authorities investigate allegations of a sexual assault.
An Altoona man will stand trial for the break-in at the Local Popeye’s Restaurant.
Two children were hospitalized one in critical condition after they were found unresponsive in a Western Pennsylvania home.
A Chambersburg woman is arrested after authorities say her 16 year old son was extremely malnourished and weighed just 26 pounds when he was admitted to a hospital.
Altoona property owners will continue to have their county property taxes collected in the city.
AMED officials say the medical service is behind receiving payments for transportation costs and they want to collect.
An Altoona business developer has received a time extension to get the required permits for a new development.