Local News Headlines 10/24/18

Here’s your Wednesday morning 10/24 headlines:

About 30 thousand signed petitions delivered to Governor Wolf yesterday, calling for his support for property tax reform.

An outgoing Blair County Commissioner would like to see the County form of government change.

The City of Altoona has managed the creation of a land bank for city owned properties.

The man who threatened the Hollidaysburg water system has lost his appeal for a new trial and less prison time.

Former Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski is going to prison for 15 years following his corruption conviction.

Bill Cosby’s trial judge has rejected his bif for a new trial or sentencing hearing.

Interest in next month’s election is driving an increase in absentee ballot requests in Blair County.

More older Pennsylvanians will qualify for prescription drug assistance under new eligibility standards.

A winning ticket for the Mega Millions sold in South Carolina, and the jackpot for tonight’s Powerball drawing, has climbed to more than a half-billion dollars.

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