Local News Headlines 11/15/18

Here’s your Thursday morning 11/15 headlines:

Road crews in the area are in place for whatever Mother Nature throws our way today. Forecasters are calling for 3 to 5 inches of snow.

Legislation signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf will keep firearms away from those accused of domestic abuse.

An Altoona man accused of murdering an infant is now looking at sexual assault charges in the same case.

The second suspect in an Altoona murder case has been returned to the county from Nebraska to face charges.

Altoona Police have arrested on of the two bar burglary suspects they were looking for.

Bellwood Antis residents have been spared a tax increase the last two years but that might change for next year.

The Bellwood Antis school board has now gone public in calling for the PIAA to split playoffs for public and private schools.

A State teachers union has filed suit seeking to overturn a new policy that allows teachers and other school employees to carry firearms in school, if they have the proper training.

If you live in Logan Township and haven’t paid your real estate taxes yet, you’ll soon be getting a reminder in the mail.

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