Local News Headlines 11/18/19

Here’s your MONDAY morning 11/18 local headlines:

A traffic stop turned into a chase then an arrest by State Police in Clearfield County yesterday.

There were some tense moments for commuters and workers at the Altoona Blair County Airport on Friday.

A man was airlifted to UPMC Altoona after a hunting accident in Huntingdon County on Saturday.

Thirteen employees at a Pennsylvania state prison have been suspended without pay during the investigation into the death of an inmate last week.

A combat vet who suffers from PTSD says he was denied access to a Pittsburgh restaurant because of his service dog.

The State Department of Labor and Industry has released the October jobs numbers for Pennsylvania.

A closure at Hagerstown Airport could cause some changes for BWI passengers who fly from Altoona Blair County.

Discussions towards raising Pennsylvania’s minimum wage for the first time since 2009 are heating up.

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