Local News Headlines 10/23/19

Here’s your WEDNESDAY morning 10/23 local headlines:

Pennsylvania is part of a multi-state settlement in a lawsuit claiming drug makers and distributors have played a role in the opioid crisis.

Two Altoona men were hurt in an assault and stabbing with both facing serious charges.

Authorities say a 17-year old male was found dead in an off-campus house at Penn State last Saturday and a fraternity has been suspended.

Two men from Altoona were given prison sentences for their part in a bizarre robbery scheme.

The cost of renovating the former Investment Bank building for the Altoona School District could top one million dollars.

Advocates are pushing for a bill at the State Capitol that would force health insurance companies to cover treatment for Lyme disease.

President Trump’s visit to Pittsburgh today will close roads and a dozen schools.

Blair County Tax reassessment was the main topic last night at a Blair County Commissioner Candidates forum.

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