Here’s your TUESDAY morning 10/29 local headlines:
Pennsylvania is among the states sharing in a 7 hundred million dollar settlement in a lawsuit over a powerful drug related to the opioid crisis.
Authorities say an early morning fire in Clearfield County that killed a woman and a 6-year old child was sparked by an overloaded circuit.
A traffic stop by Altoona Police led to a drug arrest this past weekend.
The assault trial of a man already serving time in prison began yesterday in Blair County Court.
An Altoona woman was arrested over the weekend for a violent streak that included fighting with police.
A Pittsburgh Port Authority bus with a passenger on board was swallowed by a massive sinkhole yesterday.
The State Auditor General has released 328 million dollars in state aid to help support first responders and others retirement plans.
The state House has approved another measure recommended by the Senate Resolution 6 Commission to improve fire and emergency medical services in Pennsylvania.