It’s FRIDAY!! Woo Hoo!!! Here’s your Friday morning 12/7 headlines:
Pennsylvania is expanding efforts to make the anti-overdose medication naloxone available to the public with a statewide distribution day next week.
The number of opioid addicted inmates entering Pennsylvania’s prison system continues to be an issue.
An Altoona man on trial for allegedly sexually assaulting two teenage girls while on the stand yesterday says he didn’t do it.
An Altoona man is facing charges of spanking a 4-year old girl to the point of severe bruising.
Charges against a Bedford County man for allegedly attacking a woman have been sent to trial.
Expanding passenger rail service in western Pennsylvania remains a topic of discussion, with some hopeful it will go beyond that stage in 2019.
The State’s big plan to become a national center for medical marijuana research just can’t get off the ground.
A protest took place during the State Capitol Christmas tree lighting ceremony yesterday.