Local News Headlines 10/16/18

An anti-hazing bill named for a Penn State freshman that died during a pledge event is headed to the Governor for his signature.

With the bankruptcy and store closing announcement by Sears, the Altoona K-Mart is one of the stores to close, but the local Sears will stay open for now.

A Tyrone man has been locked up after he fled from police who were trying to serve him with several warrants.

The former Wright Elementary School is now the Wright Place for Kids, operated by the Nehemiah Project.

Some Hollidaysburg businesses are coming under fire for not following the recycling laws.

Pennsylvania is set to again delay the use of standardized testing for high school students.

Some election concerns in Pennsylvania after a hearing yesterday in which an official from the Department of State failed to show up.

The next Mega Millions drawing is tonight and Powerball is tomorrow both with big payouts.

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