Local News Headlines 10/25/19

It’s FRIDAY!!! Woo Hoo!! Here’s your FRIDAY morning 10/25 local headlines:

Pennsylvania hunters are being warned about a potentially deadly mosquito-borne disease affecting wildlife.

A former Penn State Altoona student was given four years’ probation for his sexual assault of another student.

Police in Bedford County are looking for a hit and run driver who ran into the side of a church.

The Altoona City authority is looking into the possibility of buying the Logan Township Waste Water System.

Pennsylvania is in line to get more than 53 million dollars as part of a nationwide settlement with a British drug company.

Mack Truck workers in Pennsylvania are going back to work after a nearly two week long strike.

The State Transportation Secretary says her department will not help the Trump administration with help for the Census.

A bill which would transfer the administration of state aid to fire fighters’ relief associations has been approved by the Senate Veterans Affairs and Emergency Preparedness Committee.

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