Here’s your MONDAY morning 11/25 local headlines:
A bill which would allow most municipal police departments to use radar for speed enforcement has been advanced by the State House Transportation Committee.
Charges of terroristic threats have been dropped by State Police against a former Hollidaysburg School District intern.
The July 26th officer involved shooting in Roaring Spring has been ruled justified by D-A Rich Consiglio.
A judge dashed the hopes of Jerry Sandusky for a shorter prison term last Friday.
We now know the cause of a teen’s death that happened in State College last month.
State Police are investigating after they found three persons dead following a garage fire at an Eastern Pennsylvania homes.
An Allegheny County man is locked up in Blair County after making sexual comments and licking a local woman’s face.
The Hollidaysburg Ambulance Service is taking issue with MED being selected as the Veteran’s Home services provider.