LOCAL NEWS HEADLINES 3/24/20

Here’s your TUESDAY morning 3/24 local headlines:

The first case of Coronavirus in Cambria County has officially been diagnosed.

Governor Wolf yesterday ordered residents of the state’s hardest hit counties to stay home for at least two weeks.

New cases of coronavirus in Pennsylvania continue to increase at an exponential rate.

K-12 schools in the state have been ordered to remain closed for another two weeks and the state is moving the Primary election to June.

Starting today the general public will not be granted to the Blair County Courthouse.

Tyrone Hospital is instituting restrictions for visitors to try and slow the spread of Coronavirus.

The James E. VanZant V-A Medical center will now screen potential visitors and patients outside the facility.

Customers at Sheetz and Giant Eagle will see additional changes to help slow the spread of COVID-19.

Charges of sexual abuse and assault against a former wrestling coach have been waived over to Blair County Court.

An Altoona man is in trouble with cops after he exposed himself in public last Friday.

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