Local News Headlines 11/29/18

A report released yesterday warns that Pennsylvania’s fire and rescue services face a staffing crisis.

Former state attorney general Kathleen Kane lost a last minute appeal and has been ordered to report to jail at 9 o’clock this morning.

State Police have released identity of several more victims and more details of that double fatal crash on I-99 near Duncansville on Monday.

Former Altoona Police officer Matthew Starr is scheduled to go to trial in February on a number of charges including taking grant money.

Blair County is facing a lawsuit from a former prison inmate alleging he was sexually assaulted while in the lockup.

Christopher Lockard of Imler is headed to trial on charges he threatened to cut the throat of another person.

Treatment hours have been expanded at the James E. VanZandt V-A Medical Center.

The Pennsylvania Turnpike is a focus of Governor Tom who wants to change how it is funded.