Local News Headlines 10/11/19

It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your FRIDAY morning 10/11 local headlines:

A proposed amendment to the State Constitution would allow local municipalities to enact ordinances of interference from the state or feds.

A Shade Gap man was killed in a one vehicle crash in Dublin Township, Huntingdon County last night.

A second person has been arrested and charged with embezzling money from an Altoona business.

Three Blair County Prison inmates have been charged with severely beating another inmate at the end of August.

The Pennsylvania State Police are reminding state residents about the safe disposal of unwanted or no longer needed prescription drugs.

Enrollment at Pennsylvania’s 14 state-owned universities continued a decline in enrollment for the 9th consecutive year.

PennDOT announced yesterday that they are ready to handle just about any conditions that come up this winter.

More work at a couple of downtown intersections will cause some headaches for motorists for a few weeks.

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