The Altoona Government Study Commission voted to approve the final version of their charter.
People in Altoona give their advice to the folks writing the rules for a new form of government.
A local city is one step closer to a new form of government.
Ten bills signed into law aimed at improving child protection laws.
Local people say there's still a need for SNAP benefits.
Local people who buy their groceries with SNAP benefits want lawmakers to consider them before making decisions.
Support for the food stamp could disappear by the end of the week.
Sidewalks and a deadly intersection have a city council at odds with another organization.
A local city and county are fighting over thousands of dollars and the demolition of a building.
There's been another side effect from the government shutdown unemployment numbers did not come out as scehduled.
Even now that a deal is in place a lot of people are still angry about the way the federal government handled this situation.
Local financial experts were keeping an eye on the Debt Ceiling situation and talking about what it means to the average person.
Some of your local lawmakers are reacting to the debt ceiling deadline.
With the government shutdown well into it's second week more people are starting to worry they'll feel the pinch.
Seventeen servicemen and women have died since the government shutdown began.
A popular spot in our area will stay open a little longer despite the government shut down.
Complaints filed at the federal level will not be processed or investigated until after the government resumes normal operations.
Two area parks will remain open temporarily during the government shutdown.
The City of Altoona continues to discuss switching their form of government, and tonight there was some disagreement about some of the details.
Pennsylvania official's controversial marriage license move in the spotlight.
A local city is considering changing their form of government.
An area social club is one step closer to having outdoor music.