Here’s your Wednesday morning 10/17 headlines:
Legislation responding to a grand jury report, regarding sexual abuse of children by Roman Catholic priests remains held up.
One person was killed in a car-motorcycle crash yesterday on Route 53 in Cambria County.
A convicted killer on Pennsylvania’s death row is seeking a new trial in Blair County Court.
Altoona Police are warning residents and bar owners about a slew of recent bar break-ins.
The penalties for anyone buying or selling EBT cards are likely going up.
A bill to make sure all Pennsylvania children are tested for lead poisoning has been advanced by a State Senate Committee.
Blair County Commissioners hosted a public meeting last night at the Northern Blair Rec Center, unfortunately, no one showed up.
The State Senate has given final approval for a bill that postpones the use of the Keystone Exam as a high school graduation requirement.
No winner in last night’s Mega Millions Jackpot and the total skyrockets to the second largest ever.