Here’s your THURSDAY morning 3/26 local headlines:
THIS JUST IN: Fox News reports shortly after the Senate passed the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus package, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi released a statement that said the House will soon take up the measure “with strong bipartisan support.”
The number of confirmed Coronavirus cases continues to grow in Pennsylvania, with cases now reported in Cambria, Clearfield and Centre Counties.
Governor Wolf has added Northampton and Lehigh counties to those ordered to stay-at-home.
State lawmakers voted yesterday to delay the Pennsylvania primary election until June.
State Senator Judy Ward says small businesses affected by COVID-19 can now apply for low interest loans. More info is available at dced.pa.gov.
Wolf Administration officials say schools in Pennsylvania must end their academic year by the end of June.
The Altoona and Hollidaysburg school districts are planning to keep students busy during the shutdown.
The Blair County DA’s Office says it will challenge the possible release of some prison inmates.
A Woman was hurt and had to be rescued after a fall last night at Chimney Rocks.
Altoona Police arrested a City woman who was spotted sleeping in her car