Here’s your THURSDAY morning 6/11 local headlines:
Governor Wolf weighed in yesterday on Tuesday’s State House and Senate vote to terminate his disaster declaration, and says no chance.
A bill which would limit emergency disaster declarations has been passed by the state Senate.
The State Department of Health yesterday confirmed 410 new cases of COVID-19 bringing the total to 76,846 with 48 deaths totaling 6,062. The number of confirmed cases in Blair County again remained steady at 53 with one death.
It’s budget time for the Altoona School District and it comes with a fairly large deficit.
Free local bus fares on Amtran will end this Saturday June 13th.
Authorities in Cambria County are investigating the discover of two bodies in the Willmore dam earlier this week.
A local jury will get to hear some but not all of an accused sex trafficker’s trial in Blair County Court.
Mount Aloysius College officials are making plans for the return of students for the fall semester.
Homeowners would get a bit of a break on their property taxes under legislation approved by the State Senate.
Vice President Mike Pence is planning on making several stops in Western Pennsylvania tomorrow.