Local News Headlines 11/9/18

Its FRIDAY!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your Fridaya mornning 11/9 headlines:

Tuesday’s elections saw some gains for Democrats in both the state House and Senate in Pennsylvania.

Some of the State’s Catholic Dioceses are starting to announce details about victim compensation funds being set up.

The State Attorney General says compensation funds for victims of abuse is not enough.

An Altoona man may be headed to trial for the July murder of another city man.

A Blair County judge is in favor of higher pay for law clerks working at the County Courthouse.

Some folks are not happy with the current parking situation in the downtown Altoona area.

UPMC Altoona officials report the hospital has received good grades for safety issues.

Steelers wide receiver Antonio Brown is being cited for driving 100 miles per hour in a 45 mph zone yesterday.

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