Local News Headlines 10/03/18

The State Senate has approved that bill to place speed cameras in highway work zones and the Governor is expected to sign it into law.

A simple traffic stop by police on Dunning’s Highway last weekend, turned into a drug and firearms arrest.

A Bedford County woman has been locked up after threatening a man last month.

The City of Altoona may be getting the green light to tear down the former Christ the King Reformed Church on 12th Avenue.

Blair County residents will soon be getting a high tech addition that could help save their lives.

The State Police will no longer use helicopters at Beaver Stadium during Penn State games as a result of last weekend’s incident.

State officials say strong corporate profits were the major factor in increased revenue collections in the state through the quarter.

The state is alerting consumers about the potential for vehicles damaged by Hurricane Florence down south to now be on new and used car lots in Pennsylvania.