Local News Headlines 12/14/18

It’s FRIDAY!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your Friday morning 12/14 headlines:

State officials say thousands of anti-overdose kits of Naloxone were passed out yesterday.

State health and social service officials spent this week outlining efforts to combat the opioid crisis, including those indirectly affected.

Penn State Police are investigating bomb threats email to the main campus yesterday. It appears to be part of a large national hoax.

Three persons have been arrested for the murders of two area men killed last year and their bodies found along a road in Somerset County.

Authorities in Bedford County were alerted yesterday when a student found a knife on a school bus.

HUD is warning any residents of Altoona Housing Authority properties that they are not permitted to use medical marijuana.

Two more casinos in Pennsylvania have started sports betting, Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh and Sugar House in Philly.

The State Farm Bureau is applauding passage of the federal farm bill, expected to be signed by President Trump.

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