Local News Headlines 11/8/18

Here’s your Thursday morning 11/8 headlines:

With the elections over, Pennsylvania counties continue to work ro update their voting systems.

Pennsylvania’s newly-elected Lt. Governor said yesterday he does not plan on living at the lavish residence provided for him.

Although a planned walkout by students fizzled out Tuesday, some Cambria students did leave school for a protest.

Logan Township Police have arrested a Dysart man on charges he raped a woman at a local hotel.

An Altoona man is facing serious charges for allegedly stealing several thousand dollars from the American Legion.

The former house manager of a shuttered Penn State fraternity has been ordered to trial.

Several area restaurants have plans to honor veterans on Veteran’s Day this Sunday.

A special ceremony was held yesterday to pay tribute to a special police dog and war hero.

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