Here’s your MONDAY morning 2/3 local headlines:
An Altoona man was found guilty of killing another man after several days of testimony.
A Tipton man already facing charges in several burglaries now finds himself facing federal counterfeit charges.
A four month old boy was shot in an Indiana County apartment but the child is expected to survive.
CSX Rail Corporation is asking a federal judge to dismiss the potential revival of a lawsuit by Hyndman residents.
Altoona city council has set some goals dealing with how to improve economic development.
The American Lung Association’s 18th annual State of Tobacco Control Report gives Pennsylvania a failing grade when it comes to policies to prevent and reduce tobacco use.
Governor Tom Wolf’s sixth budget proposal to Pennsylvania’s Republican controlled Legislature will come out tomorrow.
Punxsutawney Phil did not see his shadow yesterday at Gobbler’s Knob and that means an early spring is coming.