Local News Headlines 10/03/19

Here’s your THURSDAY morning 10/3 local headlines:

Governor Tom Wolf yesterday announced the state pardons board is adjusting the way they operate.

Advocates are pushing harder for legalization of recreational marijuana in Pennsylvania.

State Police in Bedford County are investigating the deaths of two persons discovered on Tuesday.

Officials at SCI Houtzdale are investigating the death of an inmate.

An Osceola Mills woman is headed to prison for stealing social security money that didn’t belong to her.

Following last year’s release of a Grand Jury report on sex abuse of children in the Catholic Church, a State Senate Committee held a hearing yesterday.

If you pay to park in downtown Altoona, you may have to dig a little deeper next year.

Area business leaders were able to talk with state lawmakers yesterday in Blair County.

State officials have begun fall/winter trout stocking of Pennsylvania waterways.

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