Here’s your TUESDAY morning 9/24 local headlines:
Pennsylvania’s Treasurer is seeking support for a plan to create a mandatory retirement program for working residents who don’t have one.
A man was arrested Monday on suspicion of providing fentanyl-laced powder at a Pittsburgh party where three men died and four others were hospitalized.
A Tyrone man has been sentenced to prison for the drug overdose of another Tyrone man.
An Altoona woman was arrested by police last weekend on drug charges.
Pirates’ pitcher Felipe Vasquez is now in the Westmoreland County Jail and will be arraigned on sex assault and other charges today.
A bill that looks to combat fraud and waste in state government has been advanced by a State Senate Committee.
Saint Francis University has been named as the number one school for nursing students in America by RNCAREERS.ORG.
It looks like another area TV station may have some problems with DirecTV.