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DA: Late officer justified in accidental shooting death

ALTOONA, Pa. (AP) — A Pennsylvania prosecutor has ruled that a late police sergeant was justified in using deadly force that resulted in the accidental shooting death of a jail guard during a hostage situation at a county courthouse last fall. Authorities said an inmate had been taken from...
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Leckey’s next chapter

High-energy local broadcaster makes transition into entrepreneurship. Tired of ads? Subscribers enjoy a distraction-free reading experience. Though he may be from Johnstown, Ryan Leckey is NEPA through and through. And while many may have been disappointed after he announced his departure from WNEP-TV last month, Leckey has nothing but gratitude...
JOHNSTOWN, PA
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Curve on losing end of 0-6 score with Senators

ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — A day after beating the Harrisburg Senators 6-0, the Altoona Curve fell 0-6 to the Senators. The Curve only had four hits on the evening, as the Senators improve to 32-42 and the Curve drop 36-38. The Curve lead the series 3-2, and will wrap up the final game of the […]
ALTOONA, PA
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Fort Roberdeau prepares for Star Spangled Fourth event

Visitors are being invited to celebrate the nation’s 246th birthday at a Revolutionary War-era fort right here in the region. Located in the hills above the City of Altoona in Sinking Valley lies Fort Roberdeau. Fort Roberdeau Executive Director Glenn Nelson shared with 6 News the important role the...
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Bridge honors fallen veteran, Johnstown native

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. (WTAJ)– State Rep. Jim Rigby (R-Johnstown) held a bridge dedication for a veteran who lost their life during active duty in 2007. The dedication took place on Saturday at 11 a.m. at the SFC Raymond R. Buchan Memorial Bridge on Washington Street in Johnstown. Buchan is a Johnstown native who served in the […]
JOHNSTOWN, PA
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POLICE REPORTS: DUI, THEFTS, DISORDERLY CONDUCT

A Punxsutawney man was arrested for DUI for an incident back in May in the 300 block of Philadelphia Street. Indiana Borough Police were dispatched to the Sheetz at 4th and Philadelphia Street for a report of an unconscious person in a vehicle. Police discovered 26-year-old Cory Geer was in the car in an intoxicated state. He was arrested and later released to a sober adault. He is charged with two counts of DUI and one summary traffic violation through district judge Guy Haberl’s office.
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