Here’s your MONDAY morning 11/11 local headlines:
The state Department of Military and Veterans Affairs is encouraging Pennsylvanians to thank those who have served their country on this Veterans Day.
A ceremony last Friday in Altoona honoring Vietnam War Veterans drew a large crowd and a lot of praise.
Authorities in Blair County made an arrest of a Mount Aloysius student who they say has ties to a radical militant group in Yemen.
Train traffic is back up to speed in Westmoreland County after three trains collided and derailed on Friday.
Geisinger Medical Center has determined the source of bacteria linked to the deaths of three infants in the neonatal ICU.
Those applying online to obtain a fishing license in Pennsylvania are being warned of a scam by a third party.
This week marks the beginning of the Salvation Army Red Kettle Drive in the Altoona area.
State Officials are saying this year’s black bear harvest could end up being a record breaker.