Local News Headlines 6/1/20

Here’s your MONDAY morning 6/1 local headlines:

While encouraging speaking out against violence, Governor Wolf called the violence over the weekend at events in Philadelphia, Pittsburgh and Harrisburg unacceptable.

Was it a protest or not? Some in Hollidaysburg gathered yesterday but it appeared nothing happened.

Altoona Police have released the identities of the two persons found shot to death last Thursday and are still looking for more information.

Two more associates of the Fat Cat Devine drug ring were sentenced in Blair County Court on Friday.

The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed 511 additional cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 71,926 with 18 new deaths now totaling 5,555. The number of confirmed cases in Blair County stands at 50 with one death.

Blair and other counties will be moving to the green phase of Governor Tom Wolf’s color coded reopening plan this week. But what happens after that?

State officials are still reminding residents the various PA agencies are providing help for families having trouble.

UPMC got nearly twice the federal stimulus aid of its closest competitors according to new numbers released.

Amtran will soon start to once again charge customers of riding the bus.

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