Here’s your TUESDAY morning 2/11 local headlines:
The State Attorney General is suing electronic cigarette maker Juul accusing the company of marketing to teens.
A bill which would require all Pennsylvania School Districts to offer full-time cyber-education programs has been introduced in the state House.
A former Bellwood Antis School Board member is in more trouble after yet another arrest.
A Bedford County man has waived charges of stealing thousands of dollars’ worth of materials from Appvion Paper over to court.
An Altoona man is facing charges for burglarizing the home of a woman he knows.
An Altoona man is charged with attacking another man with a table leg over the weekend.
The C-E-O of Boyer Candy says they will be handing out free Clark Bars in Pittsburgh on Valentine’s Day.
Legislation aimed at helping cut down on school absences has been approved by the State Senate.