Here’s your Monday morning 9/23 local headlines:
Three persons died and four others were hospitalized early Sunday in what’s being called a mass drug overdose in Pittsburgh.
A Blair County man who pleaded guilty to molestation charges was sentenced in County court last week.
A Tyrone man charged with attempted murder was hit with additional charges by state police.
An Altoona man was severely hurt after blowing up his hand with a quarter stick of dynamite while high on meth.
A Clearfield County man is on the run from State Police after he assaulted a Philipsburg man last Thursday.
A judge has ordered suspended Pirates Pitcher Felipe Vasquez to be arraigned in Westmoreland County for a sexual assault on a teen.
State government agencies are helping to figure out how thousands of hogs were killed in a fire over the weekend in Lehigh County.
A rare, potentially deadly virus transmitted by mosquitoes has been confirmed in three Pennsylvania Counties.
A bill which would create an energy and fertilizer manufacturing tax credit is headed to the state Senate following passage in the state House.