HARRISBURG (AP) – The agency that protects the PA Capitol building says officials are not aware of specific threats to the facility, but are bolstering security measures. Troy Thompson with the Department of General Services, which oversees Capitol Police, said there are additional officers inside and out. Barriers have been erected outside the building in recent days. Thompson says Gov. Tom Wolf has not issued an order to close the downtown Harrisburg complex next week, but that could change if necessary. State capitols around the United States have worked to heighten security after the attack on the U.S. Capitol last week.