Here is your WEDNESDAY 11/13 local headlines:
Governor Wolf has provided a status update on the state’s effort in dealing with the opioid crisis.
State Police in Western Pennsylvania were on the lookout for a woman and two young children who were found later in Blair County.
A jury has convicted a man of first degree murder in the shooting death of a New Kensington cop almost two years ago.
It sounds like the final Altoona School Board meeting for three outgoing members turned heated last night.
Pennsylvania’s Insurance Commissioner is warning those shopping for individual market health insurance plans during the open enrollment period for the Affordable Care Act to be careful.
The FBI has begun a corruption investigation into how Governor Wolf’s administration issued permits for the Mariner East pipeline project.
State Rep Jim Gregory announced yesterday a 200 thousand dollar grant has been awarded to the 9th Street bridge project in Tyrone.
A future fund raiser for Penn State Altoona could potentially raise a lot of money.